Tadiran (News - Alert) Telecom, a company engaged in offering unified communications solutions, recently announced that its Aeonix solution is now VMware certified. As a result, customers can now deploy this pure software-based unified communications & collaboration (UC&C) solution in a virtual environment, on-premises or on a private cloud.
The Aeonix delivers powerful, flexible and adaptable communications to enterprises both large and small.
Its simple unified management structure ensures that customers experience the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) with minimal IT resources required.
Aeonix consolidates disparate business applications into a single powerful platform. It is delivered on a fault-tolerant and open architecture, with highly intuitive management tools.
Aeonix has the ability to extend customer networks based on current demand and changing needs. The open-ended architecture allows customers the flexibility to buy and install only what they currently need, and to add users, remote locations and additional applications as they become necessary.
The standard system has the ability to provide service from 10 to 100,000 users.
Aeonix includes the unified management of all system services and applications. An intuitive GUI and a simple licensing mechanism make it easy to install, manage and maintain. Adding users, remote sites or applications to one Aeonix server is the same as adding them to every server in the network.
Moreover, it supports standard protocols such as SIP (unmodified), CSTA and Web Services.
This non-proprietary architecture allows customers to seamlessly integrate a variety of common applications and to add desired devices to the system (Bring Your Own Device). Security protocols are implemented to ensure the system's integrity and prevent unauthorized operations.
Tadiran Telecom’s president and CEO, Eldad Barak, said, “Many customers need a high degree of control over their data center or have strict security requirements. We have made deploying Aeonix simple, reliable and scalable. This is just one more example of Aeonix’s unique approach to reducing the customer’s total cost of ownership (TCO).”
Edited by Braden Becker