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M5 Technologies Corporation Announces Development Partnership with Comdasys AG

M5 Technologies Corporation, a leading developer of advanced MMoIP products, technologies and services, today announced a development partnership with Munich-based Comdasys AG; a leading provider of secure VoIP, Ethernet and Fix / Mobile Convergence (FMC) networking appliances for use by enterprises and service providers.Under the terms of the partnership, M5 Technologies Corporation will partner with Comdasys AG to design, develop and distribute a variety of telecommunications products and solutions including the new M5 TechnologiesBossMobility, a powerful all-in-one solution for secure Fixed- Mobile Convergence, for strategic market segments globally.“M5 Technologies Corporation will quickly become an important ally in responding to our fast growing inquiries coming in from around the world,” explained Martin Bitzinger, CTO of Comdasys AG. “M5 Technologies’s technical capabilities and worldwide market reach align seamlessly with our own growth plans and we are convinced they are the ideal development partner for us at this time.”“Partnering with Comdasys AG is significant to M5 Technologies as we continue to drive toward the most cost-effective ways to grow and innovate,” said Philippe Babin General Manager of M5 Technologies Corporation. “Comdasys AG has proven its capabilities to be a leader in the field of telecommunications and we are delighted to continue working with them.” Powerful Expertise & TechnologyM5 Technologies will continue to offer the following industry leading brands of solutions:

  • Mediatrix VoIP access devices and gateways, which are designed for the enterprise, SOHO, and Service Providers markets.
  • M5T hardware and secure software technologies, which are aimed towards chipset manufacturers, equipment vendors, and service providers developing applications and products for real-time multimedia communications over IP.
  • An all-in-one suite of solutions designed for security and survivability in multi-site, branch office environments.