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Beia Consult International – Siemens Approv1ed Partner & Dialogic Regional Distributor announces this week news, together with his partners OTT Hydromet / Adcon / Lufft, Siemens Enterprise Communications – Unify, Aspect Software, Panasonic, 3DS Dassault Systemes / Exalead, Ericsson, Cisco, Avaya and Hughes Network Systems.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 21, 2017 – Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and Intel Corporation are launching the 5G Innovators Initiative (5GI2), an open industry initiative designed to create transformative experiences that change lives, businesses and society. The 5GI2 will join major equipment manufacturers, leading technology companies, industry leaders, and top universities to explore, test and innovate with 5G network and distributed edge technologies to accelerate the adoption of 5G wireless and infrastructure innovation in the United States. Honeywell, GE and the University of California – Berkeley are the first participants to join the initiative.

Avaya Spotlights Key Award-Winning Healthcare Communications Solutions at HIMSS 2017. As a software and services-led business, Avaya continues to address communications requirements across vertical industries, including the healthcare space where Avaya has more than 4,000 customers globally. himssAs such, Avaya today announced new healthcare solutions during HIMSS 2017, held between 17th – 23rd of February, anchored by the Patient Appointment Reminder bundle with seamless integration into the Epic electronic health record system.  


Cisco Accelerates Digital Network Transformation with New Virtualization and Security Technologies. With its Digital Network Architecture (DNA), Cisco is ushering in a new era of networking that rips up the playbook for how companies build and manage network infrastructure. Network virtualization and integrated security are foundational elements of Cisco DNA.  Cisco is introducing a new hardware platform and virtual network services to extend virtualization to branch locations, as well as a new solution that allows customers to virtualize their network perimeter and extend it to colocation centers.