February 16, 2010
TeliaSonera to Offer Unified Communications as a Service via Telepo
By Jai C.S., TMCnet Contributor
Telepo, a provider of unified communications software platform has reportedly added TeliaSonera (News
) as its first major communications service provider to offer unified communications as a service through the Telepo Business Communication Solution. The announcement was made at the Mobile World Congress (News
) currently underway in Barcelona Spain,
TeliaSonera is a telecommunications provider in the Nordic and Baltic countries, offering mobile and fixed network services.
'We are delighted to announce TeliaSonera as our first major 'Telco'service provider as it highlights the breakthrough we are making in this market,' said Lars Wahlstrom, chief executive officer at Telepo (News
), in a release.
Telepo’s software platform enables service providers to offer unified communications as a service to the enterprise segment. The software can also be installed on all devices including; smartphones, simple mobiles, laptops, web browsers and desk phones and also on premise for large enterprises.
The company’s Business Communication Solution, which is now in its third generation, is said to excel in areas that are critical for cloud deployments - such as multi-tenancy, superior user experience and mobility. With this solution, service providers can communicate and access rich functionality wherever they are from any device at their convenience, says the company official.
The Mobile World Congress is a leadership conference and this year the conference is said to feature visionary keynotes and action-provoking panel discussions, will have a display of cutting-edge products and technology and awards ceremony and industry seminars highlighting the most innovative mobile solutions and initiatives globally.
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Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Patrick Barnard