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September 24, 2012

Phoenix Audio Technologies Adds Four New Distributors to its Global Network


By Anshu Shrivastava
TMCnet Contributor

Phoenix Audio Technologies (News - Alert) has said that it continues to extend its worldwide reach and has added four new distributors to its global network.


For India, the company has selected Orego Solutions as its new distributor. It has appointed Dynamic Communications for South Africa and Alloy for Australia. And, Granteq is its new distributor in the Middle East.

Jonathan Boaz, vice president of sales and marketing at Phoenix Audio Technologies, said that each of these companies, with their knowledgeable teams, are well-established distributors and experienced professionals in the fields of videoconferencing, IP Telephony, audio visual and more.

He believes that these key distribution partnerships will allow the company to extend its reach in India, South Africa, Australia and the Middle East.

Orego Solutions offers a wide range of IT support services, while Alloy is a provider of networking and communications equipment for IP communications, video communications, enterprise networks and industrial networking.

Granteq is a provider of high performance audio visual solutions for education, communication and retail and hospitality. Dynamic Communications is a distributor of communications technologies such as video conferencing, audio conferencing, interactive solutions and CCTV products.

These four new distributors are expected to offer Phoenix Audio Technologies’ full range of conferencing solutions, including the company’s popular Duet and Quattro families. The company expects to meet a growing demand from customers worldwide for advanced audio communication products.

Phoenix Audio Technologies is an innovator of audio communication solutions for voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), Web conferencing, distance learning, and video conferencing applications. Moreover, the company also develops microphones, speakerphones, audio conferencing mixers, software, PCI (News - Alert) products, and other audio accessories that improve the performance of existing conferencing devices.

Earlier this year in June, the company introduced IP capabilities for its Quattro3 tabletop conference speakerphone. The new Quattro3 MT305 (Q3 MT305) combines the Quattro3 USB with the MT305 SIP/IP telephone, supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE).

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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