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ZTE to offer StarLeaf videoconferencing to SMEs

Friday 30 May 2014 | 09:47 CET | News
UK-based StarLeaf, a provider and manufacturer of cloud videoconferencing products, has signed a strategic partnership with ZTE Cloud Service, a wholly owned subsidiary of Chinese telecommunications equipment firm ZTE. Under this agreement, ZTE Cloud Service will bring StarLeaf's products and services to market under the StarMeeting brand, targeting China's SMEs. Through the deployment of the StarLeaf Service Provider Platform, ZTE Cloud Service will have a fully localized video collaboration solution that enables it to offer its own brand of videoconferencing services alongside a range of

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: ZTE Belgium
Countries: China
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