Axiros Announces A Strategic Technology Partnership With AudioCodes

MUNICH - Nov. 15, 2019 - PRLog -- Axiros and AudioCodes are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic technology partnership, combining Axiros' industry leading Device Management expertise with AudioCode's world class product and solution portfolio.

Built on the Axiros AXESS Device Management platform, customers will be able to develop powerful views and actions on AudioCodes CPEs in their customer and technician portals, and automate the deployment of AudioCodes CPEs in different customer specific scenarios. The partnership will furthermore drive solutions that allow service providers and enterprises to quickly onboard and manage their devices via the Axiros AXESS Device Management platform.

About AudioCodes
AudioCodes Ltd. is a leading vendor of advanced voice networking and media processing solutions for the digital workplace. AudioCodes enables enterprises and service providers to build and operate all-IP voice networks for unified communications, contact centers, and hosted business services. AudioCodes offers a broad range of innovative products, solutions and services that are used by large multi-national enterprises and leading tier-1 operators around the world, www.audiocodes.com.

About Axiros
Any Device. Any Protocol. Any Service. Any Time. Any THING - We Manage.
Axiros is a global leader in IoT, M2M, TR-069 and device management, providing software solutions and platforms to service providers and equipment manufacturers worldwide to maage and IoT-ize devices. Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Munich, Axiros has sales and service offices and development centers worldwide, so as needs change, Axiros will always be close by to deliver. To learn more about AXIROS, visit www.axiros.com

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