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inclarity launches telecoms solutions at Unified Communications Expo

London, 18 February 2013: inclarity is to unveil a range of new products at Unified Communications Expo to help business and public sector customers cut costs and boost the performance of their telecoms infrastructure.

The company will also demonstrate how its hosted telephony and integrated mobile voice services have been incorporated into the G-Cloud, an initiative that simplifies the procurement procedure for UK national and local government.

Key announcements for Unified Communications Expo include:

  • Broadsoft v19.1 support: inclarity is the one of the first UK voice providers to implement Broadsoft v19.1 and will be showing attendees how it can deliver leading functionality, including advanced call centre capabilities and richer meet-me conferencing facilities.

  • Launch of new SIP solution: This has been developed to enable business and public sector customers to make savings across their telecoms budgets by lowering call and connectivity costs compared to ISDN. It will also ensure organisations are able to easily cope with any situation that might impact on communications such as disaster recovery, changes in workforce size or systems upgrades.

  • New connectivity products: Including Fibre to the Cabinet; SDSL with unlimited usage; and Ethernet First Mile over Fibre and Copper, delivering guaranteed fibre speeds of 1 Gbps.

  • New partnership programme: This is centred on an online portal offering partners tools, knowledge and insight to help make sales teams more agile and effective.

John Tobin, Sales Director at inclarity said: "inclarity is focussed on providing superior technologies that deliver tangible returns on investment to businesses and the public sector. We are looking forward to showcasing this value at Unified Communications Expo and invite all visitors to book an appointment with one of our specialists to see what returns on investment can be achieved."

inclarity is exhibiting on stand 322, visitors can book an appointment ahead of the show by calling 0800 987 8080.

Unified Communications Expo is Europe's biggest and most informative business communications event; it brings together all the leading players in the field of unified communications and connected business. The show underlines the value of 'connected people, connected business' to thousands of attendees and is the one place where visitors can evaluate the latest technologies to understand their real business benefits.

Enzo Viscito, Inclarity's Managing Director, said: "The quality of exhibitors and attendees at Unified Communications Expo makes this event well worth attending and we are looking forward to achieving a strong return on investment from the show."

Attendees can pre-register free for Unified Communications Expo at http://www.ucexpo.co.uk/

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About Unified Communications Expo 2013
The Unified Communications Expo 2013 is an Imago Techmedia event.

With more than 10 years' experience, Imago Techmedia is a specialist in technology events and online resources and is renowned for bringing together expert knowledge, technology and communication specialists and business leaders at events such as Unified Communications Expo, IP EXPO and Enterprise Applications.

These cutting edge events showcase new market solutions and give exhibitors and visitors alike an innovative, compelling and cost-effective experience with practical and thought-provoking advice and information.

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