Nortel CVAS to Show Powerful Hosted IP Communications Solution at VoiceCon 2010
Nortel(1) (OTCBB: NRTLQ) Carrier VoIP and Application Solutions (CVAS) will showcase its innovative Hosted IP Communications solution for enterprises at the VoiceCon tradeshow (booth #631) being held March 22-25 in Orlando, Florida. The solution equips businesses with advanced voice, unified communications (UC) and collaboration services that significantly improve worker productivity, reduce operation costs, and eliminate costly delays in business processes.
The Nortel CVAS carrier-grade, scalable Hosted IP Communications solution allows enterprises to seamlessly migrate their communications to IP and benefit from a variety of advanced IP services - including UC, IP call centers, audio/video conferencing and mobility extensions. Powered by Nortel CVAS' industry-leading CS 2000 softswitch, the solution delivers these advanced IP capabilities while simultaneously supporting legacy Centrex and TDM equipment. This allows enterprises to migrate their networks in a phased approach and maximize the value of their existing communication infrastructure investments. The solution can integrate Hosted IP with existing IP or TDM PBX networks and cost-effectively extend IP communications services to smaller branch locations.
"With our extensive Hosted IP deployment expertise and innovations, Nortel CVAS is well positioned to help enterprises improve their competitive advantage by seamlessly and cost-effectively delivering an integrated IP communications network that ties IP PBX and hosted sites together and integrates all of the enterprise's communication services, including call center communications, web meeting collaboration, voicemail and messaging," said Samih Elhage, president, CVAS, Nortel. "At VoiceCon we will showcase these capabilities and demonstrate how Nortel CVAS solutions can position enterprises to increase worker productivity, minimize total cost of ownership and ensure business continuity."
At VoiceCon, Nortel CVAS will demonstrate:
- Unified Communications that combine the enterprise's voice, email, conferencing, presence and mobility applications into a single, converged network. This also includes a PC-based call control capability through the Nortel CVAS Personal Communicator PC client, which allows users to handle incoming calls, view call logs, manage voicemail, and send and receive text messages from their PC. The demo will also show how enterprises can deploy UC with their existing TDM phones using Nortel CVAS' Converged Desktop feature. UC can cost-effectively improve the way people communicate, conduct business and collaborate.