Mutualink News
03/29/2011

Winners of the 2010 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award Announced -(Business Wire Article)-

Norwalk, CT - TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online, today announced the winners of its Fourth Annual Unified Communications Product of the Year Awards.

The 2010 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award distinguishes those companies that brought ground-breaking advancements to UC technologies in the past year. Unified communications is the wave of the future and 2010 was an explosive year for new products. As such, Unified Communications is pleased to present its readers with a means of identifying exceptional UC solutions.

"The winners which were selected to be a part of this elite list of the Product of the Year Awards have demonstrated that their products or services have gone the extra mile to help improve unified communications solutions for both the customer experience and the ROI for the companies that use them," said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. "Congratulations to all the winners and I look forward to seeing continued technological advancement in the coming year."

Winners of 2010 Product of the Year Awards are published in the April 2011 issue of Unified Communications magazine, www.uc-mag.com. Unified Communications is the first and only publication dedicated to educating readers on UC solutions.

About Mutualink,

Mutualink is an IP based multimedia interoperable communications company that enables radio, telephone, video and data to be shared on a real time, dynamic incident basis. Mutualink has gained rapid acceptance because of its ease of use, ease of deployment, low cost and full featured capabilities. Mutualink enables communities to create a large scale, real time interoperable emergency communications networks at a reasonable cost while getting best of breed features and capabilities. Mutualink was recently deployed by a consortium of 21 hospitals and health facilities in northern New Jersey as part of its all hazards preparedness initiative connecting them to OEMs and to numerous first responders as well as other community assets such as malls and a local stadium. Additionally, five key law enforcement agencies, including the Pentagon Force Protection Agency utilized Mutualink’s platform during the Presidential inauguration, providing the agencies with seamless communications interoperability and real time video surveillance sharing during the event.

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