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Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada, 2012/03/27 - Simplifies migration to enhanced unified communications for enterprises with users on traditional TDM networks - Media5Corp.com.
Media5 Corporation, a leading provider of IP-based multimedia communications solutions, today announced that its Mediatrix™ 3000 Series of VoIP gateways have been validated for interoperability with Microsoft Lync Server 2010.
The Mediatrix 3000 Series is a line of robust media gateways that seamlessly connects FXO, BRI and PRI lines to VoIP networks. Certified interoperability allows enterprises to migrate from legacy PBXs to the Microsoft Lync unified communications platform while preserving trunk lines to the telephone central office (CO).
“The interoperability of Mediatrix gateways with Microsoft Lync Server 2010 helps assure enterprise customers that they can deploy security-enhanced carrier grade voice calls between VoIP and TDM network users.”, said Mr. Andres Torres, Product Manager for Media5 Corporation.
“Media5's innovative solutions like the Mediatrix 3000 Series, complement the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 environments and help to deliver on the promise of truly unified communications," said BJ Haberkorn, Group Product Manager for Microsoft Lync.
Paul Scanlan, General Manager of IPL Communications said “We are delighted that the Media5 gateways have been certified interoperable with Microsoft Lync Server 2010. As a value-added distributor focused on solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises, this helps ensure that customers will have a seamless experience facilitating setup, support, and use of the latest technology with more traditional legacy systems operating on the TDM network.”
About Media5 Corporation
Certified and deployed in over 75 countries worldwide, Media5 Corporation (media5corp.com) is a global supplier of multimedia communications solutions for fixed and mobile service providers, unified communications services, and hosted communications services.
Media5 has its corporate offices in Canada, with regional offices in the United States, Europe, and Latin America.