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SA’s Otel Telecoms appointed distributor for Chinese-based Zycoo

VOIP Service provider Otel Telecoms announced today that they have entered into an agreement with Chinese-based Zycoo to distribute their solutions within South Africa. Zycoo is a developer and manufacturer of IP (Internet Protocol) unified communications solutions.

“Our commitment to delivering quality IP solutions worldwide means we only partner with distributors who are the best at what they do,” Zycoo CEO, Hongzhen Wan, said in a statement.

The company’s flagship product that is finding growing favour with South African businesses keen to scale down IP-based voice and data costs without comprising on quality is the CooVox V2. The product’s focus is on organisations with as few as five users, right up to 200 users. It is thus an ideal and cost effective solution that the Otel reseller channel can target at the SME market, which is where Otel’s current focus lies.

“ZYCOO’s hardware range brings a host of new features and functionality to local VoIP clients such as increased concurrency of calls and major upgrades in the underlying Asterisk applications. Under pressure organisations will appreciate the fact that Zycoo offers a high-quality IP telephony solution and market-beating prices,” said Rad Jankovic, Otel CEO.

The company is a licensed business-to-business provider of VoIP & broadband Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions.

The company’s vision is to deliver its brand promise of being always connected to the SME market at affordable rates through quality links as well as redundancy solutions that has traditionally been the domain of substantially more costly services offered to larger enterprises.

Otel is currently busy with a number of infrastructure projects which include fibre to business parks and retail malls.

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