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GSTA and IP Unity Glenayre Deploy Voice Portal Solution for China Telecom

DULUTH, Ga. -- China Telecom has selected a voice and data portal solution based on the Mereon Media Server and Application Server from IP Unity Glenayre.
Posted Jun 20, 2007
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DULUTH, Ga. -- China Telecom has selected a Voice and Data Portal Solution based on the Mereon Media Server and Application Server from IP Unity Glenayre, in an innovative pilot scheme.
IP Unity Glenayre collaborated with GSTA (China Telecom Guangzhou R&D Center), to develop a voice portal solution for small to mid-sized business customers. The Voice and Data portal will be initially deployed to 30,000 China Telecom end users in three major cities: Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen.
With the new service launch, subscribers will be able to manage all of their critical business communications through a single portal, including fax, audio conferencing, data collaboration, IVR, email, single number service, SMS, and Click to Conference.
"IP Unity Glenayre's carrier grade media server and its ability to partner with us made the company the perfect solution for China Telecom," states Bruce Liang Director of Technology of GSTA. "IP Unity Glenayre has enabled us to quickly develop and customize this solution to meet the needs of our customers. We evaluated many solutions that offered only some of the services we want to provide. The Mereon platform's ability to support conferencing, T.38 fax, conference and video has enabled us to meet and exceed our customer's needs."
When these initial deployments are completed, this project will be able to scale to meet the needs of the more than 200 million small to mid-sized business end users across China.

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