Noanet just became the first distributor of Digium (News - Alert) products in Spain, thanks to a new agreement between the two companies.
Noanet will put their know-how in UC to work by offering the Switchvox (News - Alert) UC solution from Digium. With more than ten years experience in UC offerings, Noanet plans to distribute products based on open standards and SIP to integrators, consultants and other distributors.
“We're excited to become a Digium partner and to bring the company's unified communications solution, Switchvox, to customers in Spain,” said Mariano Redondo, general manager at Noanet. “We see strong demand for cost-effective but feature-rich telecom solutions among companies that want to save money, but not cut corners. With Switchvox, they can give their employees the most advanced UC features on the market today for a price that's a fraction of the cost of other systems.”
With Switchvox being based on the open source Asterisk (News - Alert) telephony platform, many features are available at a price that is attractive for the SMB market. Features include support for mobile users, integration with third-party web applications, advanced call control and call routing, customizable Switchboard software for business users, and call queues and IVR for customer support.
“Noanet is one of the most established and respected names in Spanish telecom. Partnering with the company will increase our reach in Europe and give customers a combination of functionality and low price that's unmatched by others in unified communications today. We believe that organizations across Spain will see value in our products and are pleased to partner with Noanet to offer them alongside valuable training and other services,” said Gayle Magee, director of Worldwide Distribution Sales at Digium.
Earlier in February, Digium announced Digium Phone (News - Alert) Module for Asterisk (DPMA), which will enable advanced application and provisioning features. DPMA is a proprietary protocol that will allow it to deliver certain features available on other platforms.
Edited by Jennifer Russell