Siphon Networks launches EMEA reseller partnership with Counterpath

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Siphon Networks Ltd (SIPhon), a systems integrator and services company, and CounterPath Corporation, a provider of desktop and mobile VoIP software products and solutions, have entered into a partnership agreement to deliver SIP solutions and services to Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs) across Europe.

CounterPath's solutions suite consists of SIP-based desktop softphones, server applications and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) solutions that enable service providers and enterprises to integrate voice, video, presence and Instant Messaging (IM) applications into their VoIP offerings and extend functionality across both fixed and mobile networks both quickly and cost effectively.
"SIPhon is pleased to announce this partnership with CounterPath; the agreement complements our existing portfolio exceptionally well," said Steve Harris, Director, SIPhon Networks. "CounterPath is the clear global leader in the SIP User Agent space and they have some other new interesting and complementary solutions which we will also be launching as part of this partnership."
Bill Crank, Executive Vice President for Sales at CounterPath, said: "Our partnership with SIPhon is important for us as we begin to expand our presence in Europe and the Middle East. Through this relationship we can add significant value to this market by enabling the channel to take advantage of our end-to-end solution.  SIPhon is a great partner for us and we are excited at the opportunity to work with them to provide businesses in Europe with our innovative and award-winning technology."
About SIPHON Networks
Founded in the UK in 2008 SIPHON Networks Ltd is a European player in the design, supply, delivery & integration of advanced Voice & Unified Communications technology to enable Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs) to deliver services on a robust and scalable technology platform. SIPHON Networks is based in the UK plus has affiliations with other partners across Europe.

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