Duxbury Networking, Snom 'free IP phones' promo


Johannesburg, 10 Aug 2011
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Duxbury Networking is to distribute Snom IP-based telephony solutions, following the inking of an agreement between the specialist distributor and Snom Technology AG, the Berlin-based organisation that also has offices in Italy, France and the USA. Snom develops and manufactures VOIP telephones and related equipment, which is sold in 60 countries.

“Snom packages are targeted at the small to medium-size business market and represent a high-end, secure, reliable and cost-effective solution, which is increasingly sought after as the IP and telecommunications industries continue to converge,” says Andy Robb, chief technology officer at Duxbury Networking.

In announcing the Snom agreement, Duxbury Networking advises it will partner with Snom to launch 'Lync in Box', an aggressive promotional campaign designed to offer Duxbury accredited resellers an opportunity to deploy Snom desktop phones in conjunction with Microsoft unified communications environments at customer sites.

“Microsoft Lync provides a single interface that unites voice communications, IM, and audio, video and Web conferencing into a richer, more contextual offering,” says Robb.

In terms of the promotion, resellers purchasing designated numbers of Snom model 300 or Snom model 821 desktop phones with Snom firmware, in conjunction with Microsoft Lync, before 31 September 2011 will be able to secure free desktop phones. A 10-unit minimum purchase is required.

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