Clarkston-based ChoiceTel announced a distribution partnership Tuesday under which it will market, sell and service the Abrazo mobile unified communications system from Plano, Texas-based Tango Networks.

Tango Networks’ Abrazo enables any mobile phone, regardless of type, to become a true extension of the enterprise unified communications network. For the enterprise, true integration with the corporate unified communications system delivers increased employee productivity, accessibility, and customer satisfaction.

Tango Abrazo allows a corporation to enhance its mobility policy by giving the organization increased control and management of its mobile assets, while leveraging current investments in UC/PBX systems, desk phones and mobile handsets. The highly customizable Tango Abrazo solution is easily deployed and facilitates regulatory compliance.

The deal means ChoiceTel can now create truly converged solutions for businesses once and for all. The integrated solution portfolio comprised of IPT, MPLS, SIP Trunking, Traditional PSTN and Wireless devices positions ChoiceTel’s clients to receive tremendous asset advantages and efficiencies.

“With our customers focused on ways to become more profitable and competitive
in today’s economy, we see a trend toward leveraging mobile Unified
Communications to improve employee productivity and to accelerate customer
responsiveness,” said Diane Smith, president of ChoiceTel. “The addition of Tango’s
Abrazo mobile Unified Communication Solution to our portfolio is a natural
complement to our existing unified communication solution offerings from

ChoiceTel and Tango Networks are partners with Sprint in providing a complete converged Unified Communication system to meet all the communications needs of an enterprise. ChoiceTel provides and manages Sprint MPLS, SIP Trunking and Sprint Mobile Integration services. Tango Networks Abrazo mobile Unified Communications enhances the Sprint Mobile Integration system, enabling business customers to leverage the productivity and cost benefits of IP telephony, unified communications and wireless mobility.

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