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For a while now, Sonus has been uploading a series of Sonus 3 in 3 videos on its YouTube channel, in which it conducts three-minute interviews with Sonus management. This week, it featured a video of Wes Durow, VP of Global Marketing, as he discussed SIP, unified communications, and the effect of the cloud.
CRN news reports that SIP infrastructure specialist Sonus Networks is charting an integrated product roadmap following its acquisition of Network Equipment Technologies (NET) for $42 million. Additionally, the company is planning availability for the new products for its burgeoning enterprise channel.
Sonus Networks, a provider of solutions for SIP communications, asserted that its Sonus SBC 5000 series of session border controllers successfully completed and passed the Microsoft Corp's Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program for Lync Server 2010.
Sonus Networks has launched its Consultant Liaison Program (CLP), a new initiative designed to provide communications network consultants with preferred access to Sonus product information, training and sales support.
With customers in over 50 countries across the globe, IP networking solutions provider Sonus Networks is on a mission to expedite the adoption of SIP trunking and unified communications (UC). Consequently, the IP networking company late last month acquired Network Equipment Technologies, Inc. (NET) to expand its portfolio of Session Border Controller (SBC) solutions for enterprise customers.
Tadiran Telecom has announced the acquisition of EasyRun's technology and intellectual property. As per the agreement, EasyRun's EPICCenter technology will be integrated into Tadiran Telecom's Linux-based Unified Communication platform which will be introduced to the market soon.
Tango Telecom recently announced that Release 2.0 of its iAX SMS IP-SM Gateway for all IP LTE/IMS networks is now globally available. The latest offering from Tango Telecom incorporates improved capabilities for delivering message interworking support and ensuring that messaging revenue for operators is secured as they make the transition to IP LTE/IMS networks.
Allot Communications announced that it has completed the acquisition of Oversi Networks, a provider of rich-media caching and content delivery solutions for Internet video and peer-to-peer (P2P) traffic. The agreement was announced on July 31, 2012.