Alcatel-Lucent pushes big business communications enhancements

Alcatel-Lucent announced a bunch of enhancements Monday within its portfolio of enterprise products under the Corporate Communications banner.  

Since launching Corporate Communications Solutions two years ago, Alcatel-Lucent has added more than 5,000 new enterprise customers. The company positions the move as riding the wave of IP centralization and leveraging open standards solutions with SIP enhancements.

A 9.0 release of OmniPCX Enterprise new supports up to 100,000 users and expanded SIP trunking. The new OmniSwitch 900E has been designed for high-capacity and scalable deployments, along with multi-virtual routing and forwarding. 

Alcatel-Lucent also threw in a lot of upgrades and enhancements around unified communications. The OmniTouch Unified Communication Solution Release 5.1 and OmniTouch 8600 My Instant Communicator provide multimedia, multi-session collaboration, mobile device integration (hello cell phone) and support for third-party apps like Microsoft Office Communicator. On the call center side, OmniTouch Contact Center Premium and Standard Release 9.0, and CC Teamer applications also get mention.

For more:
- A-L lays it out in a press release.  

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