Broadsoft acquires Sylantro Systems
By Cloud Direct • 31 Dec 2008
VoIP provider BroadSoft has taken over communications company Sylantro Systems, it has been announced.
Both firms specialise in providing VoIP applications and until now have been competitors in the market.
"This acquisition further advances our market and innovative leadership position," said Michael Tessler, chief executive officer of BroadSoft.
He added that Sylantro's products and customer base complement BroadSoft's enterprise and said the merger would improve services for consumers.
Marco Limena, president and chief executive officer of Sylantro, echoed Mr Tessler's comments, saying: "BroadSoft and Sylantro have long histories of helping telecommunications service providers deliver IP communications services to businesses and consumers around the world."
Broadsoft did not disclose the terms of the deal.
This week, Altigen Communications announced the release of its new MAX2000 VoIP phone system which includes built-in storage and power redundancy.
MAX2000 provides a fully-integrated communications package with do-it-yourself management capabilities and scheduling application, says Altigen, which specialises in Microsoft-based VoIP systems.
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