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Tadiran Telecom Enhances its Offerings in China via New Aeonix Solutions

November 19, 2012

A dealer in communications solutions, Tadiran (News - Alert) Telecom announced that for use in China, the Chinese State Grid power has certified the company's Aeonix solution.

Designed to grow and adapt intelligently to changing customer needs, Aeonix is a new, UC&C solution that was recently launched globally. It consolidates disparate business applications into a single communications platform.

Aeonix's scalability can extend customer networks based on current demand and changing needs.

By just acquiring software licenses, its open architecture allows customers the flexibility to add users and remote locations, and buy and install only what they currently need as well as additional applications as necessary.

For customers ranging from 10K to 25K users, Aeonix delivers unmatched versatility, simplicity and adaptability.

"This recognition by Chinese State Grid Power, in one of Tadiran Telecom's most important markets, is an acknowledgment of Aeonix's innovative technology and flexibility. We’re looking forward to working with this prestigious customer to implement Tadiran Telecom's comprehensive UC&C technology," said Eldad Barak, president and CEO at Tadiran Telecom.


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Over the past few years, especially in vertical markets such as, Power and Energy, Subway and Operators, Tadiran Telecom has been involved with many large projects in China. Tadiran Telecom is a resource to State Grid Power and South Grid Power in the power industry.

In Beijing, China, Tadiran Telecom's projects include three Gorges and Moda pipeline, telephony solutions, Daxing and Yizhuang subway lines, and the airport express for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

Kunming, Chongqing, Chengdu, Wuhan, Zhengzhou, Harbin and Changsha subway lines are part of its recent projects.

Tadiran Telecom became a qualified supplier of Beijing Unicom in 2012. A privately-held partnership, Tadiran Telecom (TTL) L.P. was recently acquired by Afcon Holdings Ltd., part of the Shlomo Group, a conglomerate engaged in a wide variety of industrial and service businesses. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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