Quintum, in its continued effort to support Microsoft (News - Alert) voice-based initiatives, has completed the Microsoft OEM hardware certification and is now a Certified Partner.
The New Jersey-based VoIP technologies providers called the certification a “testament to the extensive evaluation and testing” that Quintum (News - Alert) and Microsoft jointly worked toward. The testing and subsequent certification was designed to assure Tenors’ seamless interoperability for unified communications with the upcoming launch of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.
Quintum is providing a VoIP solution that simplifies connecting Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 to legacy analog telephony and modem-based devices and the PSTN, according to the company.
The configuration wizard, a wide variety of product sizes and configurations to fit any office, and the ability for enterprises to expand their network at their own pace, all combine to make Quintum’s Tenor VoIP gateways and switches the optimal choice for VoIP within unified communications deployments.
As more and more enterprises continue to have employees “scattered around the block or around the world” their communications network must make distance virtually transparent, said Quintum. The company’s VoIP solutions now allow Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 to be connected to the PSTN, allowing for voice communications outside the IP network.
Quintum Tenors make connecting Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 to the legacy world easy with a Microsoft specific configuration wizard and a wide variety of product options to fit any office.
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