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May 08, 2012


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NET. It's feature set is unrivalled, and their support is outstanding and above the rest. I've used all three major vendors ( well in the US ), and NET stands out.


+1 to NET. We've ripped and replaced Dialogics and Audiocodes along with CUCM/ISR infrastructure with NET UX pizza boxes with great success. Integration above/below legacy PBX via E1's has also been (relatively) painless.

Damien Margaritis

NET. Hands down. As a Lync integrator I have used NET and other vendor gateways extensively. For complex voice integration, where seamless interoperability between Lync, legacy TDM PABX systems, SIP trunks and analogue devices was required, the UX range was the only real contender. The new Log Exchange tool has taken the pain out of debugging, and with the additional features provided by the latest firmware release (Music on Hold, BRI/FXO support, QoS to name a few) I'd struggle to come up with a reason why I would recommend anything else


We have been using AudioCodes for years, since the Technology Adoption Programs for OCS and Lync. Our experience has been very positive not only with the products but also with pre and post-sales support. We have also used other vendors but have found the entire experience with AudioCodes to be the best..

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