Tadiran eyes Indian enterprises for IP solutions

By : |November 27, 2007 0

Usha Prasad

BANGALORE, INDIA:Tadiran Telecom, a leading provider of communication solutions, is striving to connect people in all fields by developing advanced, effective, easy-to-use communication products and solutions that meets the challenging needs of today’s world, while looking ahead to future requirements and technological developments.

[image_library_tag 748/13748, alt=”Eitan Livneh” align=”left” border=”0″ ,default]With the rapid growth in Internet Protocol (IP), Tadiran Telecom has maintained its position at the forefront with a comprehensive range of converged systems, developing both software and hardware for businesses of all sizes.

Tadiran, which has been involved in generation of telecommunication systems for over 35 years, has been operating in India for over a decade. It has installed over 100,000 systems globally, across verticals, including hotels, hospitals, power stations, universities and business enterprises of all sizes.

In India, Tadiran is associated with BPL and HCL as business partners. While Tadiran’s association with BPL has been for long, it recently entered into a partnership with HCL Infosystems. The partnership enables Tadiran to provide the latest enterprise communications solutions to a larger base of customers in India. HCL will distribute, install and maintain Tadiran’s FlexiCom and IPx family of IP enterprise solutions to the growing Indian market.

"Tadiran offers a comprehensive array of traditional and IP-based communications products and solutions, delivering unparalleled flexibility, functionality and reliability for all communications needs to a small and medium enterprises (SMEs), remote offices and SOHOs, to globally dispersed companies," said Eitan Livneh, President and CEO, Tadiran Telecom.

Livneh says, "With our extensive expertise in IP telephony, we are helping companies throughout the world make the most of the productivity and cost advantages of IP-based voice and data communications."

Tadiran’s products provide enterprises with universal switching, and wireless and networking solutions enabling universal connectivity, CT-based call centers, broadband access, and end-to-end IP networking.




Telephony over IP

For Tadiran, ‘Telephony over IP’ matters the most. "Our systems are capable of working over traditional phones as well as IP. We plough back 15 to 16 percent of our revenues into R&D," says Livneh.

According to Asaf Yishay, director, regional sales & marketing, Tadiran Telecom: "Tadiran’s solutions are not dependent on IP. As Telephony over IP, they are robust, strong and rich in capabilities even without an IP. "This advantage and gives us an edge. Our customers are depending on it."

How open are Indian enterprises to switch over to telephony over IP? "Due to regulations of local governments, enterprises are not allowed to use telephony over IP. Our systems can work on both traditional and IP phones. This is the edge for us," Yishay said.

Tadiran’s SMB offering

Coral IPX Office – The all-in-one system with a telephony, router and WiFi, was recently launched in India. The solution helps SMBs to large enterprises meet their telephony needs, Internet access and emails.

"Our challenge was to shrink and squeeze the application into a small box and allow SMBs enjoy it and do business in an efficiently," Yishay said.

The company has also launched a new version of Coral IPX known as ‘Sea Soft Service’, a server-based solution. "Our solutions offer seamless connectivity and reduced costs. It works like an extension of PBX, The calls are made over Internet," he adds.

With Unified Communications being the buzzword, Tadiran will soon be launching another product ‘Navigator’ which brings telephonic capability to your desktop. It is a PC-application based offering. It will have all the telephony facilities.

Headquartered in Israel, Tadiran has its branches in Russia, China, USA, Ukraine and India. Presently, the company’s main focus is on the Indian and Chinese markets.


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