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Vosky adds Noanet as European distributor

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 5 June 2008

Vosky has struck a distribution agreement with Noanet. Vosky, which develops Skype for business solutions, will use Noanet as a channel to market for its Vosky Exchange PBX-to-Skype application gateways. Noanet will market the product line through its channel of 200 VARs throughout Spain, Portugal and France.

"With a huge Skype community, Europe represents a key strategic area for our business growth," said David Tang, VP of global marketing at Vosky. "We selected Noanet Distribuciones for their established reseller base, strong presence in their markets, and commercial and technical expertise."

"In particular, as Avaya’s top diamond distributor in Spain, Noanet will be able to effectively leverage the synergy between Vosky Exchange and Avaya IP-PBXs to create a strong opportunity for Vosky Exchange in the enterprise market," he added.

Vosky Exchange gateways connect a company’s IP or TDM PBX to Skype, the world’s largest VoIP community, without any modifications to the existing telephony infrastructure, desk phones, and user PCs. As a result, Noanet resellers can meet the growing demand for Skype in the business environment and offer low-cost, easily deployable, value-added VoIP solutions.

“Our customers are continually looking for ways to lower their telecom expenses, increase efficiency through enhanced communications, and extend their existing technology investments,” said Mariano Redondo, CEO at Noanet. "We’re excited to add the Vosky Exchange line to our product portfolio. As the only gateway with both Skype and Avaya certification, Vosky Exchange gives our resellers a strong platform to help grow their revenues and gain a competitive edge."

With VoSKY Exchange, VARs can equip business customers with free Skype calling between company offices in different cities and/or countries, free PC-based inbound calls to the PBX from remote or mobile users, free Web Click-to-Call connectivity from business websites, and low-cost long distance and international calls from the PBX to outside phones. Free interoffice communication is possible even with disparate PBXs, using Exchange application gateways to create a private voice network.

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