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EN (Press): Swyx announces support for SFR’s SIP trunking service

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Unified communications vendor Swyx has announced that its SwyxWare range now fully supports SIP trunking services provided by SFR, extending the choice of suppliers for voice termination for its French channel partners.

"We are delighted to announce that the SFR Trunk SIP in France has been tested and recognized as compatible with our SwyxWare range," commented Michael Landin, Director of Business Development at Swyx Solutions AG. "This offers even more choice to our French partners, who in turn can offer the combined benefits of our unified communications platform with SFR's SIP connectivity services."

Vincent Poulbère, Marketing Director at SFR Business confirms: "The test campaign has been successfully completed and Swyx’s solutions are now fully compatible with the SFR Trunk SIP platform which becomes a new available solution for Swyx partners. This supports SFR’s Business strategy to offer its customers the widest SIP interoperability with unified communications and telephony solutions on the market." 

Swyx your business

Swyx operates as a pan-European market leader via two-tier distribution and over 1,200 authorised resellers: the Dortmund based company with dedicated offices in the UK and France sells not only software solutions in six languages, but also has a range of suitable phones and other hardware devices in its product portfolio.  Swyx’s award-winning unified communications provides not only in-house (CPE) solutions, but also cloud-based variants with well-known partners: Europe already has 750,000 users that rely on Swyx, of which around 10 percent have chosen to use a cloud-based solution.  The company currently employs more than 150 staff who are responsible for continually improving the SwyxWare solution for the communication requirements of today and in the future.  For further information, see www.swyx.com.

Press release on swyx.com

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