Tango and Telmar: Communications Solutions for Tomorrow March 29, 2013Posted by admin in : Repair, Spare Parts Management, Telecom Enterprise, Telecom Equipment Repair, telecommunications, Telmar Network Technology, Unified Communications , comments closed
As communications networks continue to evolve, operators need to transition legacy infrastructure into virtualized cloud infrastructure to reduce costs, facilitate future operations, and simplify infrastructure. Look to Tango Networks’ Abrazo™ mobile Unified Communications (mobile UC)—a solution that utilizes the best of the carrier network and the best of the enterprise voice communications network, marrying the two to create a truly unified communications/fixed mobile convergence experience—to solve your communications needs. Telmar offers a turnkey solution for the wireless carrier and enterprise by selling the Tango Networks Abrazo platform, providing repair of out-of-warranty equipment and offering Spare Parts Management services. Contact Telmar today to see how the Tango products can offer you the tools you need to optimize your communications infrastructure to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Be sure to watch this video from Mobile World Congress in which Tango Telecom spends a few minutes with RCR Wireless News discussing mobile cloud and virtualization.
Tango Networks Announes Abrazo Release 5x September 22, 2011Posted by admin in : Enterprise, mobile UC , comments closed
Earlier this month, Tango Networks announced the availability of the Abrazo mobile Unified Communications (mobile UC) release 5.x which adds flexibility for both deployments and policy management.
As the trend of telecommuting continues to grow, VPNs are becoming less attractive to companies and they are looking for cost-effective and feature-rich voice conferencing on a constant basis. The Abrazo mobile UC platform provides a solution that gives mobile users the same PBX and UC functionalities they have on their PCs and desk phones. The new release of the Abrazo adds even more capabilities including:
- SIP Trunking Controller Application – provides SIP Trunk interworking between enterprise PBXs (e.g. from PBX Vendor A to PBX Vendor B) as well as between one or more enterprise PBXs and public SIP Trunk service providers.
- Multi-homed Network Interfaces – allows the Abrazo-E to concurrently support LAN and WAN homed applications.
- Cisco Platform Deployment – the Abrazo-E can be deployed on select Application Extension Platform (AXP) modules within the Cisco Integrated Services Router (ISR).
- Policy Enhancements – Includes increased flexibility in inbound and outbound screening and customized user specific allow/disallow lists.
Telmar Tangos with Mobile UC November 15, 2010Posted by telmarnetworks in : Enterprise, mobile UC, Unified Communications , add a comment
On October 21, Telmar announced a strategic relationship with Tango Networks to resell the Tango Abrazo™ mobile unified communications (mobile UC) solution which combines the two worlds of enterprise and mobility.
Though VPNs have long allowed users to access data remotely, the growing trend of telecommuting is demanding cost-effective and feature rich voice conferencing on a constant basis. With the Tango Abrazo, mobile users receive the same PBX and UC functionalities they have on their PCs and desk phones.
The benefits of a mobile UC solution are undeniable not only from an end-user prospective, but for an Enterprise, as well. The optimized routing of cellular calls through an enterprise’s private network alone can eliminate a company’s long-distance and international phone bills. Because the Abrazo works on any mobile phone, PBX and network, enterprises can leverage current investments while turning mobility into a valuable corporate asset at the same time.
A Telecom Hospital for the Healthcare Industry June 7, 2010Posted by telmarnetworks in : Certified Pre-Owned Telecom Equipment, Telecom Enterprise, Telmar Network Technology , add a comment
Carl Weinschenk could not have been more spot-on when he referred to the healthcare industry as the poster child for the advantages that unified communications promise. The need for immediate communication between doctors, nurses and other hospital and healthcare practitioners alone is enough proof to back up this statement.
Loosely defined, unified communications (UC) is a highly integrated combination of voice, multi-media, data and mobility in a secure and redundant network. In an industry where a lack of communication possibilities can literally be the difference between life and death, adopting a UC solution is more than an attractive idea. This is not to say that the transition will be easy. Seldom will an industry see a new opportunity presented without new challenges and obstacles attached to the process.
Among these challenges is the unavoidable resistance to change. When you are in the business of saving lives, technological reliability is key. Healthcare organizations are not keen on replacing their current trusted and working systems. When you combine security and privacy issues with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) compliancy issues, the process begins to seem less and less appealing. Not to mention, the cost of switching to a UC solution alone is at least doubled for hospitals compared to other customers.
“The paradox is that hospitals have 21st century needs, 20th century technology and 19th century budgets.”
-Carl Weinschenk, IT Business Edge, March 5
Because not all healthcare facilities will be able to afford new technology, many healthcare IT departments are looking for solutions that can extend the life of their current network. Our solution to this problem is simple: serve as a telecom hospital for the healthcare industry.
Telmar’s enterprise business unit has the capability to offer healthcare organizations a comprehensive suite of repair, replacement and inventory management. Our blended approach will allow hospitals, medical centers and doctors to maximize their current investments while migrating to a robust communications solution to meet their future needs. The healthcare industry will benefit from our UC solution by having greater flexibility, faster resolution and multiple manufacturer coverage with renewed warranties all at a lower cost.
Exhibiting at SVIAZ 2010 June 2, 2010Posted by telmarnetworks in : Telmar EMEA, Telmar Network Technology, Uncategorized , add a comment
For more than 30 years, SVIAZ has been the largest and most prestigious industry event in Russia, the CIS and Eastern Europe and serves as the most excellent place for telecom industry professionals to network and promote technology. So exhibiting at SVIAZ was a not a hard decision for Telmar.
Known as the exclusive forum for the telecom industry in Russia, SVIAZ is a great place to shape the future of the worldwide IT and telecommunications. Exhibitors are given the opportunity to share their latest achievements and exchange views on emerging issues.
Telmar was one of 540 participating companies from 23 different countries that exhibited to almost 50,000 attendees. The annual event is important for any company, as it allows us to monitor the market trends, assess the company’s position in the market, analyze visitors’ feedback and hold large-scale promotional events. According to annual research, 87 percent of visitors are prospective customers and industry professionals. This means participating in the event can help maximize commercial results, offer effective solutions for a business, and strengthen a company’s status. Needless to say, Telmar is already looking forward to the 23rd annual event in 2011.