Infradapt to Speak at AstriCon 2010

Updated: January 06, 2011

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Infradapt, a leading provider of business communications and technology infrastructure solutions announces its participation in the 2010 AstriCon "Asterisk User Conference & Expo" to be held October 26-28 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, MD.

The event has grown each year since its inception and features a broad mix of developers, end-users, and solutions providers involved with the Asterisk PBX marketplace. It is hosted by Digium, the Asterisk company, and TMCnet.

Infradapt's Corey McFadden will be speaking on the following topic:

"Case Study: Enterprise Call Center Deployment at Harriet Carter Gifts" – Thursday 10/28/2010 at 10AM.

Information about the Astricon event can be found at:

http://www.astricon.net

About Infradapt

Infradapt is a leading regional technology solutions firm, providing comprehensive IT consulting and outsourcing. Its customers span many industries from small-to-mid sized businesses to multi-location Fortune-1000 enterprises. Infradapt's solutions range from basic IT services through multi-tier outsourced support and business continuity solutions. Infradapt has a strong IP Telephony (VoIP) service concentration, specializing in designing, integrating, and supporting converged voice networks including multi-site and call center systems. Recognized nationally for service and engineering excellence, Infradapt is the company experts choose.

www.infradapt.com

SOURCE Infradapt LLC

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