Mitel, a provider of unified communications and collaboration (UCC) software solutions, today announced that it has obtained business talk IP certification from Orange Business Services, offering more flexibility in French. This certification enables Mitel to offer increased business communication flexibility to clients in France.
Business Talk IP, the IP telephony service based on SIP protocol allows for voice convergence on standard corporate data networks. It can also handle regulatory obligations such as priority routing of emergency calls effortlessly. Several multi-site businesses with an available Business VPN network equipped with an IP telephony solution are certified by Orange Business Services as compatible go for Business Talk IP services for all their communications needs.
Luc Hallion, the development director at Mitel stated that Mitel was committed to offering maximum flexibility to businesses choosing their solutions. He added that by obtaining the Orange Business Services Business Talk IP certification they have added a historical French operator to their list of partners, further strengthening their ability to offering their customers extensive choice.
Sylvie Gautier, vice director of the Théophile Roussel Hospital, Montesson, said that they have decided to move to an IP telephony system and unified communications to support their needs. She added that Mitel's solutions, as proposed by the integrator Ipsilan Networks, appeared to be the most relevant and the most reliable. She further added that in order to optimize its investment, they had also opted for Orange Business Services' SIP Trunking offer.
Mitel, an industry leader and a pioneer in UCC virtualization has been offering virtualized solutions for several years now. SIP Protocol is an integral part of Mitel’s solutions. It offers several additional advantages including simple material platform, easy implementation of disaster recovery plans and improved cost management.
According to her, the large list of Mitel's SIP Trunking certifications allowed them to reinforce their choice of operator. Gautier also reiterated that they were nearing the end of the deployment phase and were highly satisfied with the results already obtained as well as with the teams' on-going support.
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