Monday, May 17, 2010

Aastra launches its ‘IntelliGate’ in the Australian market.

Aastra, a Canadian enterprise communications vendor, has launched its IntelliGate 150 and IntelliGate 300 communication systems in the Australian market, targeting SMEs with IP telephony, mobility, unified communications and call centre application needs in a single location. Aastra Telecom Australia and New Zealand managing director, John Ward, is looking for “agile and adaptive solutions to all types of business issues, including communications,” and he claims that with IntelliGate, they can now “take advantage of what can best be described as the ‘chameleon’ of communication systems; seamlessly changing and adapting to different business environments and requirements.”

“The SME market in Australia and New Zealand is looking for agile and adaptive solutions to all types of business issues, including communications. With the launch of Aastra’s IntelliGate, they can now take advantage of what can best be described as the ‘chameleon’ of communication systems; seamlessly changing and adapting to different business environments and requirements,” said Mr. John Ward, managing director, Aastra Telecom Australia and New Zealand.
IntelliGate supports a variety of sophisticated Open Standard SIP handsets (end-points) and many of Aastra’s Unified Communications and Collaboration products
“Aastra’s heritage in developing and engineering enterprise level communication systems has allowed us to now bring this technology to smaller enterprises and businesses, something that has to date held back mass business uptake of Unified Communications strategies in Australia and New Zealand,” Ward claimed.

The company, through a selected group of SME partners, plans to launch Intelligate in Australia and New Zealand for a start.

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