TELES Communications has today announced it has signed a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro. Through the agreement, Ingram Micro will make the CELLX line of Cellular Gateways available to 30,0000+ resellers nationwide.
“Beyond significantly reducing telecom costs by routing communications on the least expensive route,
our Cellular Gateway helps ensure business and communications continuity, especially for small to
medium sized businesses,” said Oliver Olbrich, president of TELES Communications Corp.
“For example, in the case of new site locations, CELLX helps businesses get up and running right away.
The product also works with on-premise and hosted PBX solutions. We are excited to foster our US
business and offer our CELLX solution through Ingram Micro, the largest provider of IT and
communication solutions to the SMB market.”
CELLX Cellular Gateways work with any current or legacy phone equipment to convert calls from
fixed networks into cellular calls providing small to medium sized businesses a solution that ensures
business continuity with their communications solution regardless if they have an on premise PBX
or a hosted PBX solution. Thus CELLX enables users to save money when calls are made to employees’
cell phones as the call is converted to a mobile to mobile call. CELLX users can quickly set up remote or temporary voice service where no land lines exist, often at cheaper rates than land line rates. In the event of landline outages, CELLX Cellular Gateway ensures that communications will continue both
externally and internally by providing wireless backup for both outbound and inbound calls.
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