Esnatech Previews Telephony Office-LinX 7.0 at Iwatsu Voice Networks Dealer Conferences

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Iwatsu Voice Network dealers will preview their next generation real time communication server Telephony Office-LinX 7.0.

Esnatech, a leader in real-time communications platforms, announced that it will preview the new version of Telephony Office-LinX at this year’s Iwatsu voice networks regional dealer meeting. Iwatsu will be running the regional sessions in three major cities across the United States. The first event will be held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, with the second and last sessions being held in Dallas, Texas and Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Iwatsu Voice Networks (IVN) has always been a market leader when it comes to Unified Communications technology, for that reason we felt this regional event was the perfect venue to preview the latest release and provide the dealers a chance to see what was coming out this business calendar.”, said Davide Petramala, VP Marketing Esnatech. “The Iwatsu channel has always embraced the platform and been very successful in presenting and marketing the value to their business customer.”

With a growing network of partners, Iwatsu is well-positioned to capitalize on this market opportunity. In 2005, IVN expanded its’ points of presence across the United States with the addition of 100 new partners selling the Telephony Office-LinX portfolio with its’ IP based PBX ECS designed with Quadfusion technology.

“The Iwatsu Enterprise TOL application, developed by Esnatech, is the central component for an organization’s messaging and communications network” said David Carissimi, President Iwatsu Voice Networks. “It is critical that our channel embrace the technology and position the value it delivers businesses. Real-time communications will change the way businesses communicate, and Iwatsu and Esna are at the forefront of the industry delivering the technology to our partners.”

With Esnatech and IVN slated to release version 7.0 of the Telephony Office-LinX in the early fall of 2006, the new release is focused on providing greater scalability, enhanced security, advance mobility based on location based routing, and development around SIP integration between Iwatsu’s Enterprise 2.0 Communications Server platform and the real time communication server.

Telephony Office-LinX is already tightly integrated with Microsoft Windows, Exchange, Office, Terminal Services and Outlook. It can be administered directly from an organization’s Microsoft Management Console or through Terminal Services over the web. Users can be managed through Active Directory and Group Policy.

Iwatsu Voice Networks (IVN) is a leading manufacturer of business communications solutions for small to medium sized companies. The Enterprise 2.0 Communications Server, a converged communications platform, uses QuadFusion™ Technology to provide applications utilizing H.323, SIP, TDM and VoIP. IVN is the flagship subsidiary of Iwatsu Electric, the publicly owned industry leader in Japan and pioneer of many firsts in the telecommunications industry. Iwatsu serves millions of users in over 50 countries.

Founded in 1989, Esnatech’s mission is to provide communication solutions that are simply the best way to communicate! Esnatech solutions empower organizations by giving them the flexibility to conduct business at any time, from anywhere, so they can manage the information they need, when they need it. Esnatech markets and distributes their products through OEM and VAR partners in 28 countries worldwide.

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