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News : One Source Networks SIP Trunking Service Certified Compliant With ShoreTel
Austin, TX, USA, October, 2015 -- One Source Networks (OSN) -- a UCC, managed network, and technology life cycle services provider, announced that its SIP Trunking service is now compliant with collaboration solutions from ShoreTel, a provider of phone systems and Unified Communications (UC) solutions.
OSN's SIP Trunking service enables enterprises to take advantage of Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) services via integration of diverse communications over a single connection. The solution has been tested by ShoreTel and is now compliant with Release 14.2.
"We welcome One Source Networks to our partner program and congratulate them on successfully completing compliance testing," commented Shannon Graham, Director, Innovation Network Programs at ShoreTel. "Relationships with service providers such as One Source Networks help ShoreTel customers optimize the value of their investment with us."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About One Source Networks:
One Source Networks is a leading provider of innovative managed communications solutions for the Fortune 1000. Delivering ubiquitous access to cloud-based voice, video, security and computing applications, as well as enterprise networking and infrastructure services, the company offers customizable, cost-effective and scalable solutions delivered on its fully redundant global network infrastructure with interconnection to over 200 global suppliers.
ShoreTel delivers IP telephony solutions to the enterprise. The spark for this solution emerged out of frustration. While purchasing a phone system at a previous venture, ShoreTel''''s co-founders were confounded by products short on features and long on complexity. So they created a better solution.
Published: Tuesday, October 6, 2015