VoIP Technology Leader Comm3 Honored by Inc. Magazine and ShoreTel

Updated: January 06, 2011

DALLAS, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Comm3, a leading-edge business communications company specializing in technology-based telephony solutions for multi-site companies, was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000—Inc. Magazine's list of America's fastest-growing private companies. This is the third consecutive year Comm3 has earned a spot on the list, ranking #90 in the Dallas market and #104 in the telecommunications industry nationwide.

Comm3 has also been named to ShoreTel's Million Dollar Club as the top revenue-producing channel partner for the South Central Region. As a ShoreTel partner, Comm3 helps customers navigate the world of voice over internet protocol (VoIP) options, including LAN/WAN security, enterprise contact center, voice/data application integration, technology deployment, training and support.

Dallas-based Comm3 integrates three leading communications technologies—voice, data and video—into seamless, cutting-edge network solutions for businesses of all sizes and in a host of industries. "At Comm3, we craft solutions specific to our clients' needs that deliver superior productivity, increased profitability, and measurable efficiency," said Troy Cryer, Chief Executive Officer of Comm3. "Regardless of industry or market, fail-proof communications is the critical connection to existing customers and new prospects, and quite often the difference between a company's success and failure," he said. "Comm3 helps businesses make that connection--with confidence."

Comm3 offers increasingly fast, reliable and secure communications, using the latest technology:

Voice

IP telephony solutions blend PBX and VoIP systems, using private IP and Internet connections for both voice and data communications.

Data

Wireless planning, engineering, deployment and management are all in high demand in today's push towards a world of fewer wiring constraints. Comm3 also has expertise in industry-first wireless LAN intrusion detection and protection 24x7 real-time monitoring of 802.11 WLANs with AirDefense from Motorola.

Video

Comm3's video Conferencing combines voice, data and HD video into one experience and scales from 2-200+ users in a single call. This hybrid technology is designed for use by all businesses, from small to medium and especially large enterprises, delivering a simple, cost-effective solution to provide every employee HD conferencing including boardrooms and desktop computers.

To learn more about Comm3's latest innovations in technology and network solutions, visit our website at www.comm3.net.

SOURCE Comm3

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