Phybridge (News - Alert), Inc. has been selected by MiCTA, a non-profit technology consortium, as an endorsed vendor for IP telephony equipment.
'Phybridge serves an important segment in the IP telephony industry. Its UniPhyer product will enable many of our members to adopt IP telephony quickly, easily and cost-effectively without requiring major infrastructure changes or causing significant disruptions,' says Tim von Hoff, Chief Operating Officer of MiCTA. 'We look forward to working with Phybridge as an endorsed MiCTA vendor.'
MiCTA, which represents thousands of non-profit entities from the higher education, K-12, healthcare, library, governmental and charitable sectors, seeks to resolve common voice, video and data issues, provide timely information on the latest communications technologies, participate in legislative and regulatory discussions that affect its membership, and negotiate discounted telecommunications, video, data, e-learning and emergency notification systems contracts for its membership.
MiCTA's rigorous competitive bidding process enables member organizations to select highly qualified technology and telecommunications vendors while eliminating the need to conduct their own individual competitive bidding processes.
'We are excited to become an endorsed vendor of MiCTA and appreciate the level of due diligence they complete on behalf of their members,' says Will Harris, vice president of Phybridge. 'Many MiCTA members face the LAN readiness barriers that the UniPhyer eliminates and we look forward to helping MiCTA members move to the future of IP telephony with confidence.'
The award-winning Phybridge UniPhyer is vendor agnostic and allows users to optimize and converge their voice and data networks. Complementing the existing data network, the UniPhyer allows customers to centrally converge with the data network while having a separate physical path for voice.
Last monthk, Phybridge Inc. was included in the list of 'Cool Vendors' in the Cool Vendors in Enterprise Communications (News - Alert) Applications, 2010 report published March 31, 2010 by Jay Lassman of Gartner, Inc.
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