Cbeyond Announces Interoperability with Cisco

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<p><strong>Atlanta &mdash; July 16</strong><br />Cbeyond, an IP-based managed services provider to small businesses, has announced its BeyondVoice with SIPconnect service is interoperable with Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series (UC500), a unified communications solution designed for small businesses.<br /><br />Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series is a key component of Cisco&#39;s Smart Business Communications System (SBCS). </p><p>The UC500 Series with the SBCS resides at the small business premise and supports the integrated delivery of voice, data, video, security and mobility services. </p><p>The UC500 provides voicemail and automated attendant, and it integrates with existing desktop applications such as calendar, e-mail and customer relationship management (CRM) to enhance small business productivity and responsiveness.<br /><br />&quot;Cisco is excited to collaborate with Cbeyond to continue to drive profitability for our channel partners with a managed SIP trunk solution,&quot; said Mark Monday, Cisco vice president of product marketing. &quot;This combination of Cbeyond&#39;s SIPconnect service and SBCS offers a complete solution for small businesses to interconnect into a highly secure network, which will also provide additional services.&quot;<br /><br />Cbeyond&#39;s BeyondVoice with SIPconnect service is an integrated package of local and long-distance voice, mobile and broadband Internet services provided with a SIP trunking service to ensure a consistent quality of service, low cost and full-featured telephony for SIP- based voice-over Internet protocol (VoIP) calls.<br /><br />&quot;We are pleased to complete interoperability with Cisco&#39;s new UC500 series solution,&quot; said Chris Gatch, Cbeyond chief technology officer. &quot;Using Cisco and Cbeyond, small businesses are now able to leverage the power of end-to-end IP communications to reduce their deployment cost and to take advantage of rich, personalized features typically only available to larger enterprises.&quot;</p>

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