Berlin, Germany, December 17, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Set for imminent release, the latest version of TELES C5 solution features a multitude of highlights including the latest TELES Softclient, UMS, white labeling, and video. With the new release, both the IP Centrex and residential applications are to be featured on one server which means that there is no longer any need for customers to run each application on separate server farms.
TELES Product Marketing Director, Thomas Haydn, is confident that the new release will offer service providers and carriers a host of useful new features: "The white labeling functionality will allow operators to sell services and licenses to resellers. Resellers can then provide voice services to small or medium sized enterprise end-customers. This makes it much easier and more convenient for an operator to resell services to many different resellers, and will dramatically speed up the return on investment."
Once assigned, new subscribers will find the Windows-based TELES Softclient easy to install and intuitive to use and manage. Notification of updates to the Softclient are sent and downloaded automatically to customers, ensuring that the latest version is always being used by subscribers.
Secure communication is now a high priority for many VoIP enterprise deployments, and the TELES solution now comes equipped with end-to-end communication security thanks to multiple signaling and media encryption settings via TLS and SRTP streams.
Alongside its financial viability, the TELES C5 solution also offers unparalleled UMS functionality which makes the management of voice and fax messages more straightforward than ever. Within the Visual Unified Messaging Box, a clear overview of all fax and voicemail messages can be viewed and managed. Any changes made are automatically updated and synchronized simultaneously across all user devices.
Advanced video call and conferencing functionality and a cost-cutting click-to-call mobile callback service are further highlights of the latest TELES release. To find out more, please visit www.teles.com