ORLANDO, Fla.-- The explosion in data traffic generated by unified communications and other applications is benefiting firms that supply networking equipment and applications to enterprises.
GENBAND launched on Tuesday its first cloud-based unified communications (UC) product available to enterprises through service providers and channel partners.
MIAMI— This morning, I sat in on a keynote discussion with Charles Vogt, president and CEO of IP communications provider GENBAND. During the discussion, Vogt shared his insights on some of the major developments taking place in the enterprise and service provider space.
Avaya's large enterprise customers will be able to deploy advanced unified communication (UC) features through the expansion of an agreement with GENBAND announced last week.
Genband has acquired privately held Aztek Networks, a supplier of switch consolidation and network migration solutions. Terms of the deal, which closed today, include all of the company's assets and
Genband has usually been known as an IP infrastructure solutions provider, but it has announced it will jump into the enterprise market, apparently unable to resist the unified communications (UC)
Bankrupt Canadian telephone equipment maker Nortel has been granted permission to reduce the price of its Carrier VoIP and Application Solutions (CVAS) business, which it sold to Genband almost 17
Market research firm Dell'Oro Group said that equipment maker revenue from session border controllers, voice application servers and other emerging voice infrastructure jumped about 30 percent in the
Interoute, a European voice and data network operator, and Genband have announced an agreement to deliver an official IPv6 VoIP network in Europe. Interoute will be extending its existing IP
Genband announced yesterday that the S3 Session Border Controller on the Genband GENiUS platform is now generally available. The S3 SBC on the GENiUS platform enables scalability while increasing