CCSG Partners with Supermicro for VoIP Phone System

Updated: January 06, 2011

The industry leader in Telecommunications and IT services is happy to announce that they have chosen Supermicro mobo to power industry leading TVS VOIP phone systems for both the Professional Edition and Standard Edition models based on the Atom platform. “We have been using Supermicro mobo for over 3 years with great success. Now with the release of the Atom platform our customers can enjoy the increased stability and reliability of Supermicro throughout our product line. We have tried SEVERAL other brands but had to replace them all with Supermicro – their reliability is the best in the industry.” said Gary Bailey, Managing Partner for CCSG. “Our customers are the winner here due to the extended life cycle of the components” he added.

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About Supermicro

Supermicro (supermicro.com), established in 1993, emphasizes superior product design to produce class-leading server boards, chassis and server systems.

About CCSG

Computer and Cable Services Group, CCSG, Inc. (goccsg.com), is THE premier Telecommunication and IT Services Company headquartered in Nashville Tennessee with over 20 years of expertise in voice and data communications. CCSG brings both technologies together with their Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) and digital phone systems, as well as computers and networking services, low cost phone service, web and email services and full service wiring. CCSG also boasts a national network of Reseller/Dealers for the TVS VoIP PBX…the most advanced and affordable Business Telephone System available for the SMB marketplace.

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