Snom and TELES have formed a new technology partnership. This partnership will ensure the interoperability and integration of both companies’ communications solutions.
Snom will join the growing list of TELES interoperability partners, enabling the integration of Snom phones into its VoIP cloud solutions. The TELES Interoperability Programme was developed to facilitate the planning and roll-out of hosted UC services for service providers. These services feature an additional comprehensive interoperability test, integration into the provisioning of the UCaaS platform, as well as the option to take new software versions into account. This means that Snom phones are easily implemented into the TELES UCaaS solutions, and the end customers will receive fast deployment and fully integrated products with features specifically adjusted to their requirements.
This month, Snom’s new phones, the D785, D385 and D120, are scheduled to have completed their interoperability tests with TELES Voice Application Server (VAS) release 6.2 and will be fully integrated into the auto provisioning service. The partnership also guarantees that future Snom phones will be integrated into the TELES ecosystem before they hit the market.
Mark Wiegleb, Head of Interop & Integration at Snom Technology GmbH said: “This new partnership is great news for Snom customers as it adds another well-established cloud platform to the list of Snom-compatible services. We are looking forward to a fruitful interoperability partnership, which I am sure will yield benefits for Snom and TELES customers and partners and a partnership that brings two Berlin companies closer together!”
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