VoIP Solutions Week in Review: Chip One Exchange, Htek, SnapperNet & More
Welcome back to the week in review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in the VoIP space this week.
The week started off with the news that Chip One Exchange has chosen to implement 3CX’s IP PBX solution in its Neu-Isenberg headquarters. As a growing, worldwide company, it knew that it needed more advanced telephony in place to compete on the global scale, and 3CX had the solution it was looking for. All the details can be found HERE.
In more 3CX news, the latest company to sign on as a distributor of 3CX’s next generation software based unified communication solution is Snapper Network Distributors (SnapperNet). The Aukland, New Zealand-based company will now be offering 3CX’s VoIP solutions to its customers. “Our goal is to provide complete, end-to-end VoIP solutions from reliable and proactive vendors to enhance the service that our resellers offer their customers. This new agreement with 3CX is a massive opportunity to further that goal,” said Richard Paul, Managing Director, SnapperNet. Everything you need to know is HERE.
Meanwhile, Htek had some of its own news to share this week. The company will be attending Channel Live 2017 next month. Channel Live 2017 is the UK’s only ICT trade specific conferencing, exhibition, thought leadership and networking event, all rolled up into one. At the event, which is being held September 12-13 at NEC Birmingham, resellers, VARS and other channel partners can discuss margin opportunities with vendors and solution providers. Full details are HERE.
Finally, Cytranet announced this week that it will be expanding its services to 22 additional states across the U.S. Cytranet is a North American operator of secure, compliant, highly available VoIP and fiber networks. Over the years, it has become a well-known provider of VoIP telephone and fiber-based Internet services in the U.S. You can continue reading HERE.
That’s all for this week. Come back next week to read all the latest news in the VoIP space.