Avistar Communications Corporation Receives 2010 INTERNET TELEPHONY Magazine Excellence Award

Updated: January 05, 2011

SAN MATEO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Avistar Communications Corporation (www.avistar.com), a leader in unified visual communications solutions, today announced that Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) has named the Avistar C3™ Business Pro Edition as a recipient of the 2010 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award presented by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.

“The Avistar C3™ Business Pro Edition is available with all of Avistar’s feature-rich desktop endpoints, such as the Avistar C3 Communicator™ solution, and delivers an all-software and fully comprehensive videoconferencing infrastructure that includes an enterprise-class Multipoint Control Unit (MCU), H.323 gateway and SIP registrar, coupled with industry-leading bandwidth management capabilities, all while priced as much as 77% less than traditional industry alternatives,” said Stephen Epstein, Chief Marketing Officer, Avistar. “The Avistar C3™ Business Pro Edition is the ultimate in enterprise-ready desktop videoconferencing software and we are delighted that TMC has recognized that fact.”

“The editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY were pleased to grant Avistar Communications Corporation with an INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award for their achievements in advancing IP communications and providing genuine solutions in the marketplace. The Avistar C3™ Business Pro Edition has proven its outstanding contribution to IP communications and delivered winning solutions for its customers,” said Erik Linask, Group Editorial Director of INTERNET TELEPHONY.

“Avistar Communications Corporation has been recognized with a 2010 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award for proving their dedication and excellence in advancing IP communications,” stated Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC.

The 2010 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award winners are published in the October 2010 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, and online at www.itmag.com.

For more information, please visit www.tmcnet.com.

About Avistar Communications Corporation

Avistar (AVSR.PK) is an innovation leader in the unified visual communications industry, with more than 15 years of experience providing proven business-class desktop videoconferencing technology. Avistar’s solutions are used across a broad spectrum of industries with deployments ranging in size from 30-30,000 users. Avistar’s technology also helps to power solutions from IBM, LifeSize, Logitech and many other leading unified communications vendors, while delivering end user videoconferencing solutions to some of the world’s largest corporations, in more than 40 countries. For more information, please visit www.avistar.com.

About Internet Telephony magazine

Internet Telephony has been the IP Communications Authority since 1998™. Beginning with the first issue in February of 1998, Internet Telephony magazine has been providing unbiased views of the complicated converged communications space. Internet Telephony offers rich content from solutions-focused editorial content to reviews on products and services from TMC Labs. Internet Telephony magazine reaches more than 225,000 readers, including pass-along readers. For more information, please visit www.itmag.com.

About TMC

Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) is a global, integrated media company helping our clients build communities in print, in person and online. TMC publishes Customer Interaction Solutions, Internet Telephony, Unified Communications, and NGN magazines. TMCnet, TMC's Web site, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries.

TMCnet is read by nearly two million unique visitors each month on average worldwide, according to Webtrends. Alexa.com ranks TMCnet traffic under 1,700 in the U.S. and India and under 4,000 in the Philippines, Canada and Ireland. TMCnet traffic ranks just over 4,000 in overall global traffic, according to Alexa.com.

In addition, TMC produces ITEXPO; 4GWE Conference and M2M Evolution (in conjunction with Crossfire Media); Digium|Asterisk World (in conjunction with Digium); and Smart Grid Summit (in conjunction with Intelligent Communication Partners). TMC serves other communications market segments with the Cloud Communications Summit (in conjunction with Light and Electric); CVx ChannelVision Expo (in conjunction with Beka Publishing); and MSPWorld™ (in conjunction with the MSP Alliance).

TMC also serves technology professionals with industry-specific Web sites: InfoTech Spotlight, 4GWE, M2M Evolution.com, Smart-Grid.TMCnet.com, Smart Products Ecosystem, Robotics.TMCnet.com, Cable.TMCnet.com, Satellite Spotlight, Green.TMCnet.com, Healthcare.TMCnet.com, and Education.TMCnet.com.

For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com.

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