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Mitel, Sun sign converged voice and data application pact

Sun Microsystems Inc. and Mitel Networks Corp. today announced they have entered into a global OEM agreement that w...


June 19, 2007  


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Sun Microsystems Inc. and Mitel Networks Corp. today announced they have entered into a global OEM agreement that will help drive the use of converged voice and data applications in multi-tenant environments.

Mitel’s unified communications call control software will be integrated into Sun Microsystems servers for enterprise and carrier hosted and customer premise environments.

The Multi-Instance Call Server (MICS) allows upwards of 200 compartmentalized instances of the Mitel 3300 IP Communications Platform (IPC) call control software to run simultaneously within Sun Fire X4200 and X4600 servers.

The MICS allows multiple businesses, departments and offices to share the same server, but use a specific version of call control software and use the features and functions that meet their particular needs.

Customers are looking for applications that enable people to work smarter, faster, better and more collaboratively to drive business performance improvements,” said Stephen Beamish, vice president of business development and strategic alliances at Mitel.