June 2012


Santa Clara, California, General Telcom, a Value Added Reseller expert in deploying communications for business, today announced that it is now a Diamond Associate of NEC Unified Solutions’ (NEC) Accelerator Program.  NEC Unified Solutions, a leader in converged communications solutions for the enterprise and small to medium businesses, created the Accelerator program to recognize Associates’ sales achievements, business strengths and to solidify the partnership between Associates and NEC.   

 The Diamond status is a three-dimensional method of recognition taking into account the Associate’s relationship with NEC, its competitiveness in the marketplace, and overall technical expertise.  Associates earn “points” for sales volumes, technical and application certifications, and percentage of NEC solutions within their business.  By achieving Diamond status, the Associate is awarded special benefits from NEC including special training and demos, designation on NEC’s website and certain discounts and rebates.    

August 2009

Broadvox Announces Interoperability with NEC UNIVERGE® Communications Servers

September 2009

NEC Releases Mobility and UC Productivity Enhancements for Growing Businesses

Toshiba exec sees increased demand for Unified Communications

July 2009

Incentives and price reductions are key in these tough economic times Convergence & VoIP
Jon Nelson, a product marketing manager at Toshiba spoke regarding UC. In particular, we discussed market conditions, the uptick in UC and fixed-mobile convergence, and how
Toshiba is helping dealers and customers in a tough  economy. Toshiba offers a range of IP telephony systems starting at  the high end with the Strata CIX1200 serving up to 1,000
users down to the Strata CIX40 designed for a few to 24 users. Modular software applications and design allow users to pick and choose add-ons such as messaging systems and
call center applications. Toshiba also offers a variety of endpoint device choices including both traditional digital phones and IP phones, along with like wireless IP telephone handsets, cordless DECT digital telephones and softphones, with dual-mode smart cell phone support provided
by the company's uMobility FMC solution.
The suite runs on a media application server and the applications software package includes the Net Phone call manager, unified messaging and VCS, a video conferencing and collaboration application. Addressing the need to help its channel partners in difficult economic times, Toshiba introduced its own "economic stimulus package" by offering channel partners incentives such as price reductions on leased demo equipment and warranties, and increased flexibility to use co-op dollars for technical training and certifications.

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