Bluesocket acquires Pingtel to enhance IP comms offering

Bluesocket has acquired SIP-based enterprise communications solutions leader Pingtel to expand its voice over IP and unified communications offering.

Bluesocket has acquired SIP-based enterprise communications solutions leader Pingtel to expand its voice over IP and unified communications offering.

SIP is a protocol that makes it easier for firms to quickly add IP-based devices and services to their network.

Bluesocket said the acquisition would enhance its products and services in secure Wi-Fi, VoIP and unified comms services via its enterprise fixed mobile convergence (FMC) strategy.

Mads Lillelund, CEO at Bluesocket, said, "As a result of this acquisition, we are better positioned to deliver an integrated solution that meets the mobility needs of customers across a variety of industries."

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