Tadiran (News - Alert) Telecom has recently announced that the SeaMail for Coral IPx Office has been released for General Availability.
Coral SeaMail is a built-in SIP-based voicemail application for Coral IPx Office and Sea Softswitch
servers. SeaMail offers end users a wealth of features, including advanced automated attendant functionality, several schedule-programmable operation modes, task automation, full convergence, flexible message handling, and customizable message routing
SeaMail is a powerful unified voice messaging system designed to accommodate diverse endpoints. It also supports Message Notification by lighting message waiting lamp on the user’s phone. SeaMail is available in two versions – Basic and Enterprise. It is scalable from four to eight ports and supplies your voicemail system with a virtually unlimited number of mailboxes.
Earlier this month, Tadiran Telecom announced their unified communication solutions — uCMC (Unified Coral Messaging Center) — would be able to serve diverse industries in the Indian market. These industries include government, manufacturing, retail, financial services, utilities, telecommunications and healthcare.
According to Vishal Singh, Tadiran Telecom Country Manager, “The Indian market is indeed one of the fastest growing economies with high growth potential in the networking industry. Unified Communication is a red hot space as it supplements this growth. Tadiran Telecom’s unified communications solutions are built on open, industry standards making it easier for companies to integrate with the desktop or business applications they prefer adding strategic value to their customers.”
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