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IP Communications Company ThinkTel Communications Launches Professional Services Practice
April 12, 2012
By Anshu Shrivastava, TMCnet Contributor
ThinkTel Communications, a provider of IP communications services, has launched a Professional Services practice, a new specialized group that is expected to assist Canadian enterprises in adopting and deploying unified communications technology delivered through a variety of platforms, mainly the Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync.
Microsoft Lync is an enterprise-ready unified communications platform that allows users to keep track of their contacts’ availability; send an IM; start or join an audio, video, or web conference; or make a phone call.
In addition to managed Microsoft Lync offerings and custom solutions, the Professional Services comes with proof of concept, planning and deployment services, and advanced session initiation protocol (SIP) Trunking configuration.
Company officials said that ThinkTel's (News - Alert) Professional Service offering will provide to enterprise customers a single source for buying equipment, planning and implementing deployments, PSTN connectivity and day-to-day support.
The IP communications company is offering the Professional Services to both new and existing customers as well as regional and national partners, according to Dave Damer, president and CEO at ThinkTel.
“The company’s expertise, country-wide network footprint and extensive unified communications experience makes us singularly well-equipped to meet the demanding needs of Canada's leading enterprises,” Damer said.
ThinkTel, a division of Distributel Communications, is a national provider of SIP-based voice, video, and data services catering to the SMB, enterprise and wholesale business segments.
“We are delighted to be able to be able to offer our Professional Services to both new and existing customers as well as regional and national partners,” Damer said.
In other industry news, Los Angeles based AireSpring (News - Alert) recently announced that it has “significantly” expanded its support of multi-location enterprise customers with a customer provided bandwidth offering called Bring Your Own Bandwidth (BYOB).
AireSpring offers a variety of IP communications services across the widest available nationwide coverage area. Thanks to this latest offering, enterprise customers can now connect to UCaaS next generation network via their existing MPLS or public internet connections.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin
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