[VoiceOps] AudioCodes hardware?

Ryan Finnesey ryan at finnesey.com
Thu Jan 22 20:33:33 EST 2015

Wanted to thank everyone for their helpful replies it looks like all and all AudioCodes is a good company to work with it's my understanding they have a new product out that is meant to work with Microsoft's Office 365.  One of the things that I'll be doing later this week is looking into this product a lot deeper based on the feedback from the community my long-term plan is to partner with companies that are providing Internet and voice services and jointly offer Office 365 to their customers

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> On Jan 22, 2015, at 5:16 PM, McAdams, Ryan <Ryan.McAdams at inin.com> wrote:
> We've used a *ton* of their hardware over decade or so and in general their hardware is reliable.  I've not seen many failures in hardware at all.  Most of their platforms run a locked down CentOS base (that you can't get into) and are relatively stable.  My biggest issue is that some configuration changes require an entire restart of the systems though they say they're fixing that for future releases.
> In general their support is good, though if you require high end support it comes out of Israel which means it will be at very odd hours for North American users.
> Regards,
> Ryan McAdams
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> I was wonder what the groups experience has been working with AudioCodes hardware?
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