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Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise and Vodia Networks Announce New Global Partnership

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February 23, 2021

Vodia Networks (“Vodia”), maker of cutting-edge software-based telephone systems, and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, a leading provider of communications, networking and cloud solutions tailored to customers’ industries, today announced their new partnership. Resellers and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) can now rest assured that their Vodia networks can interop with Alcatel Lucent Enterprise desk phones.

Vodia Networks Can Interop with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Open SIP-Based Desk Phones

Burlington, MA and Colombes, France – February 23, 2021 – Vodia Networks (“Vodia”), maker of cutting-edge software-based telephone systems, and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, a leading provider of communications, networking and cloud solutions tailored to customers’ industries, today announced their new partnership. Resellers and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) can now rest assured that their Vodia networks can interop with Alcatel Lucent Enterprise desk phones.

Vodia is a SIP PBX software (open standard) compatible with Microsoft Teams that can work as a single instance or as a multi-instance white label solution for small telecommunications operators, without the need for initial investment and with a business model which is 100 percent based on channel distribution.

“This is a strategic partnership that aligns us with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, one of the most respected brands in the telecoms industry,” said Kyle Asbury, Director of Sales & Marketing, Vodia. “Together we bring a winning solution to the table every time.”

“‘Connecting anywhere’ has been a trend for business communications,” said Zhengang LI, General Manager of SIP Device Business Unit at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. “By partnering with a reliable player of software-based telephone systems like Vodia, we can offer the market and end users great audio telephony communication in a more efficient and simpler way.”

Empowering organizations and individuals to connect anywhere and anytime, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has its Rainbow™ introduced to the market, a cloud-based communication platform that was recently named as a 2021 Remote Work Pioneer by TMC. The award honors companies whose software and other solutions support the massive increase in remote working brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic.

More at https://www.al-enterprise.com/, www.aledevice.com and vodia.com.

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