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Cisco Delivers New Unified Communications Solutions
Cisco introduced a new suite of applications that allow business organizations in the Middle East to use their network as a platform for more enhanced effective and personalized business collaboration.

Cisco Unified Communications system 6.0, a comprehensive communications system for voice, video and data, introduces capabilities that will dramatically improve the productivity of mobile employees and cost-effectively deliver unified communications to Enterprises and small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

"The system integrates wired, wireless and mobile devices to create a secure solution for the entire organization, regardless of a worker’s location," said Ziad Mortaja, Cisco director and regional manager, North Africa and Levant.

"Organizations deploying Cisco Unified Communications system 6.0 will also benefit from a global network of Cisco partners that specialize in unified communications," said Hany Abdel Aziz, Egypt country manager.



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