Siemens targets unified communications

The telecom operations of Germany's Siemens have been hit by a bribery scandal and recent restructuring and job cuts at the company's hardware unit, and the company's strongest ongoing play may be in the corporate enterprise market. It comes as no surprise then that the vendor this week introduced its OpenScape Unified Communications Server, and talked about its new aim to become a software and services vendor for enterprises.

For more:
- read this report at InformationWeek

Related articles:
- Siemens releases new UC platform Article
- The company announced job cuts late last month

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