The Convergence Summit South is now only eight weeks away! As the longest standing and biggest Channel exhibition in the calendar the Convergence Summit South aims to bring all the major convergence suppliers together across fixed, mobile, data and IT markets. The show is known as an ideal place to network, see new technology, learn and close business. The show takes place on the 8th and 9th October at Sandown Park, Esher.
Visitors can attend the show for FREE and can register online at the following link. http://south.convergencesummit.co.uk/
Comms365, Gigaset and Netfuse have all signed up to exhibit at the show recently…stop by their stands and say hello.
A spokesperson from Comms365 commented “A major upgrade in Comms365’s core network in 2013, has opened up the capability to offer the channel additional solutions that can not only add value to their existing ISP propositions, but can also help differentiate their overall service offering, enabling them to compete more effectively.
As voice, data, security and other mission critical services all converge into a cloud based environment, it is essential that businesses recognise that an effective resiliency strategy is also required. Too many companies are missing out on implementing this vital service. The Comms365 product suite enables the channel to plug this gap.”
A representative from Gigaset explained why they continually attend the show, “Convergence South is a great launch platform for our exciting new range of products from our range of 3 new Hybrid IPBX’s to our state of the art Maxwell 10 business media phone.”
Peter Eyres, managing Director at Netfuse, decided Netfuse should attend the show for the first time this year, “As a first time exhibitor we see Convergence as the perfect opportunity to introduce our proposition to the reseller community.
We’re seeing a trend towards businesses, especially SMEs, consuming cloud-based services in order to free up time and effort to focus the core proposition of the enterprise. As such, businesses are increasingly becoming compositions of complementary services, with flexible, standards based APIs being the glue with which the enterprise is held together.”
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