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Jenne Inc, a major distributor of IT security, data networking, multimedia conferencing and IP telephony products, has announced a new partnership with Algo Communication Products Ltd. Algo provides professional telephony solutions, which include security intercom systems, call recording set-ups and visual alert products.

Jenne’s business development vice president, Vince Piccolomini, is clearly excited about what the partnership will mean to the firm’s existing customer base. He said:

“By offering Algo Communication Solutions’ products, Jenne VARs have access to well-designed innovative solutions for both traditional premise based and cloud solution environments.

“We are excited to be introducing the new Algo SIP-based audio and visual alerts, call box, doorphones and multimedia intercoms as they deliver great functionality across so many communication platforms.”

Algo is a familiar name when it comes to products that offer compatibility with legacy Nortel equipment. Its products portfolio, which is still expanding, includes video and voice IP endpoints, which employ multicasting and SIP protocol. The products seamlessly integrate with all major IP communication platforms for visitor assistance, notification and premise security. Algo further offers advanced technology and innovation in products appropriate for the converging technologies of security and voice.

Algo’s manager for its US channel, Pat Byrne, said that the partnership with Jenne allows the company to speed up the integration of its continually developing collection of SIP endpoints to Jenne’s wide customer base. This includes partners of Avaya, in addition to other manufacturers in the telephony sector, for hosted solutions. She went on to say that the continuing integration of voice and security moves Algo’s alerting, paging and IP intercom solutions into advanced applications which go further than telephony. She added that the technical capabilities of Jenne will be key to a wide segment of integrators and resellers.

Callum Byrnes