HickoryTech's Enventis enters telepresence service game

Enventis, the business services subsidiary of independent telco HickoryTech (Nasdaq: HTCO), has made its official move into the telepresence market with its TelePresence Video solution.

Enventis Steve Larson telepresence

Enventis VP Steve Larson talks up its telepresence solution in this video.

The service provider is not going into the market blind, however.

Potential business customers that are considering videoconferencing will take comfort in the fact that Enventis has become a Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO) Gold Partner, having achieved the TelePresence Advanced Plus Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) status. This means the service provider can deploy and support Cisco TelePresence Video products and solutions at the Advanced Plus level.                

With its new telepresence solution in hand, the telco will offer a number of services, including assessments, system design, implementation, end user training and Total Care support.

For more:
- see the release

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