Communication & Networks

Telekom’s telephone tongue-twister

DeutschlandLAN NFON – that’s the tongue-twister of a name that Deutsche Telekom has given its new IP-based telephony offering for businesses. Telekom will be providing the first in-depth look at the new system at CeBIT 2016 in Hannover.

13 Mär. 2016
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In the run-up to CeBIT 2016, Deutsche Telekom AG and Munich-based NFON AG, the European market leader in cloud-based telephony systems, announced their future collaboration as strategic partners. The aim of the partnership is to make it easier for SMEs to switch from outmoded ISDN systems to cutting-edge IP telephony and help customers to set up and manage their telephone systems independently. Besides the technical side to the collaboration, the two companies will also run joint marketing campaigns, work together on sales support and organize further market-specific activities.

DeutschlandLAN NFON offers customers a cloud service that is developed, run and supported exclusively in Germany. The Internet-based telephone system will also feature all the functionalities that its physical predecessors did. Indeed, supplementary functions such as call management, voicemail and call routing can be set intuitively via the web-based user interface. “Our future-proof telecommunications solution supports mobile working and enables family-friendly teleworking models,” says Dirk Backofen, Vice President Business Marketing at Telekom Deutschland GmbH. Employees can use the cloud-based telephone system no matter where they are – in the office, in their home office or on the move with their cellphone. All they need is Internet access. The DeutschlandLAN telephone system based on NFON can also be extended as required in next to no time – new sites or home offices can be connected without any problems.

Deutsche Telekom AG (53113 Bonn, Germany), Hall 4, Stand C38, in cooperation with NFON AG (80636 Munich, Germany), Hall 13, Stand C41

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