snom UC edition portfolio for Microsoft Lync Recognized for Exceptional Innovation
Woburn, Mass. (June 5, 2012) — snom technology, Inc. announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, named its snom UC edition portfolio for Microsoft Lync as a 2012 Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award winner presented by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
“As deployment of Microsoft Lync with voice accelerates in both the enterprise and small business markets, the snom UC portfolio offers the best mix of desktop phones fully tested and qualified with Microsoft Lync, matching any sized customer environment or fit any industry,” said Mike Storella, chief operating officer, snom technology Inc. “This award from TMC and INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine is yet another proof point of the snom UC portfolio’s full compatibility with Microsoft Lync and recognition ofthe value these desktop business phones deliver to our distributors, resellers and customers – as well as Microsoft systems integrators: a fully tested and integrated line of IP phones that blends rich features with affordability, and choice.”
“snom has displayed its commitment to quality and innovation in the development of the unified communications industry,” said Tom Keating, CTO and TMC Labs executive editorial director at TMC. “I look forward to more innovation from snom and continued effort toward improving the future of the UC industry.”
“We’re pleased to bestow snom with a Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award,” stated Rich Tehrani, TMC CEO. “The snom UC edition portfolio for Microsoft Lynchas shown true innovation and is deserving of this recognition.”
The TMC Labs Innovation Award honors products that have demonstrated innovation, unique features, and noteworthy developments toward improving communications technology. The TMC Labs Innovation Award is not granted to the best-selling products, but instead to those representing a significant contribution to the industry.
2012 TMC Labs Innovation Award winners are featured in the May 2012 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
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