By Carolyn J Dawson
) recently announced its decision to pool resources and join hands with Halo Kwadrat to tap into the high-capacity open source applications, specifically in central Europe and Russia. TelcoBridges is renowned globally as a hardware and software vendor for telecom system integrators, application developers, and service providers. Halo Kwadrat is a prominent European dealer focused in providing open source telephony products.
Through this partnership, Halo brings TelcoBridges high-capacity platform onto its suite of applications, enabling it to provide phased and enterprise quality solutions to regional service providers based in Central Europe, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Russia.
Halo Kwadrat delivers software, hardware training and related managed services to integrators and service providers. It stands out from its competitors by delivering top-of-the-line products which incorporate the latest in technology, attractive pricing structures, quick deployment and the technical know-how needed for getting requisite accreditations to penetrate the Russian market.
Halo Kwadrat has decided to market and distribute TelcoBridges’ Tmedia TMG 3200 to cater to the high density, high capacity and enterprise-grade dependability needs of its subscribers. There is a growing demand among service providers in the region to secure the capabilities required to further their revenue earning applications-these include IP PBX (News
), conferencing, voice and messaging services, signaling, least cost directing, and other value-added voice offerings and they favor the dynamism of an open development atmosphere.
Michal Bielicki, Chief Open Source Officer at Halo Kwadrat commented, “Our targeted markets in Central Europe, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Russia are all demanding cost-effective, yet highly reliable product architectures like those being developed and delivered by Halo. Our solutions provide a rock solid alternative to costly legacy telephony platforms, which are prohibitively expensive and complicated. By adding TelcoBridges' products, we can guarantee flawless, high-end communications for large and mid-size providers looking at open source alternatives."
For TelcoBridges, Halo was a preferred choice for partner due to the goodwill the company enjoys in the markets they operate in and have always been committed to driving innovation in the open source technology space. By taking advantage of TelcoBridges’ dynamic and flexible carrier-grade capabilities, Halo is better placed in offering dependable and higher capacity networks which are not a normal occurrence in open source configurations. The end users ultimately benefit with a more affordable product helping them foster new revenue generating channels.
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Edited by Jessica Kostek