The Next Big Thing at Catalyst Telecom

by Miranda Barrett on December 19, 2012 · 0 comments

in ScanSource Catalyst,Technology,Unified Communications,Videoconferencing


Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock this year, you know that Avaya made a huge strategic move and bought the video company, Radvision.  You might be asking yourself, “Who is Radvision and why did Avaya buy them?”  Well, for starters, Radvision has more of a presence here in the United States than you think.  Did you know that Radvision’s innovation and Protocol Technologies (such as H.323 and SIP stacks) are the basis for many of the industry-leading video manufacturers today?  So now, with this strong technology addition, Avaya can tackle today’s most common video conferencing needs, H.323, while still providing a pathway forward  to SIP-based technology that will integrate with Unified Communications.

But what does all this mean at Catalyst Telecom?  We here at Catalyst are excited to be building our very own, state-of-the-art, solid, video practice complete with implementation offers, technical support, training and education, demo capabilities, and much more.  We can’t wait to assist our customers with taking their video business to the next level!

We’ve launched an Avaya Video microsite, and, over the next month or two, we will finalize all of our details so be on the lookout for our great announcements.  In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email.  I’d be happy to hear from you and help in any way that I can!

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Miranda Barrett is Product Manager for Catalyst Telecom in Greenville, SC. Miranda has over 6 years of experience in B2B marketing in Telecommunications Distribution. She is a contributor to The Source on Avaya Unified Communications, Contact Center, and Audio and Video Conferencing.

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