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Centile brings new distributors on board. (Strategic Alliances).

Centile, Inc., a subsidiary of 8x8, Inc., has announced that Ascom Fintel Oy, based in Helsinki, Finland; Arthus Technologies, based in Geneva, Switzerland and Dev Net Solution (DNS), based in Paris, France, have agreed to license and resell its iPBX software solutions. Under the terms of the reseller agreements, these three new distributors will cooperate in selling and distributing Gentile's IP telephony products to their respective customers. Ascom Fintel Oy is a telecommunications systems integrator and distributor with a number of operator, government and large enterprise accounts in Finland. Arthus Technologies is a telecommunications consultancy company focusing on voice and data convergence solutions. Dcv Net Solution (DNS) is a data and voice products distributor with emphasis on Interactive Voice Response (IVR) services. Gentile's iPBX server software solutions can be deployed by service providers and enterprises either in a hosted or on-premises configuration. They provide a set of business communi cations features, including standard PBX features such as voice mail, auto-attendant, N-way conferencing, call forwarding/find-me options, do nor disturb, call waiting, hunt/ring/fax groups and automatic call distribution, as well as new computer-telephony features that are only possible with a converged voice and data network. Centile's multibusiness, shared, remote receptionist and user control applications are bundled with the offering to enable users to control their phone features from any Internet access point. The system enables "click-to-call" operations from a corporate or personal directory (with synchronization support for Microsoft Outlook and other contact databases). Gentile's iPBX server software solutions also support broadband point-to-point video communications using the new DV325 video telephone from 8x8, This enables high quality broadband video with the simplicity of dialing a conventional telephone number.
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Date:Mar 1, 2003
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