January 20, 2008
Cypress Teams with Tango Networks for Fixed-Mobile Convergence Trial
(Wireless News Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)
Cypress Communications, a provider of hosted VoIP solutions, announced
a trial of the Tango Networks fixed-mobile convergence solution, Abrazo.
By adding fixed-mobile convergence capabilities to its hosted VoIP
solution marketed as C4 IP Cypress Communications will enable its
customers to access C4 IP s advanced calling features and money-saving
corporate dialing plans using a single phone number and voice mailbox.
Increased mobility and accessibility are emerging as top priorities for
many small- to mid-sized firms, and we are confident that the
integration of our hosted VoIP solution with Tango s fixed-mobile
technology will help drive productivity for our customers and enhance
their overall communications experience, said Frank Grillo, executive
vice president of marketing at Cypress Communications.
With fixed-mobile convergence, the mobile phone becomes an extension of
a company s business communications infrastructure, said Al Leo, vice
president of sales and business development for Tango Networks. By
adding mobility to its solution, Cypress Communications is providing
its customers the means to be even more productive, more accessible and
more competitive than ever before.
Firms, especially those in the professional services arena, rely
heavily upon mobile communications but have struggled with the ability
to meet strict compliance and billing policies when cell phones are
used. The Tango-Cypress fixed-mobile trial is the first step toward
offering our customers the freedom of mobility and ease of use of
unified accessibility all while meeting regulatory compliance with full
business continuity and back office record keeping making Abrazo a
perfect companion to our C4 IP solution, added Grillo.
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