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Htek Signs On As Bronze Sponsor for BeFree 2017

2017-06-16 14:06:08

Htek announced today that it has signed on to become a Bronze Sponsor of BeFree 2017.

Htek has been making some major moves in the VoIP solutions space lately. Earlier this month, the company attended the CommunicAsia 2017 event with 3CX and Cal4care, where it showcased its
 UC 900 series of VoIP phones. Then, Htek announced a strategic partnership with Bicom Systems, a UC provider that provides all the systems needed to start and grow a telephony company. The partnership will introduce Htek IP Phones into Bicom’s upcoming PBXware version 4.1.2. These recent moves by Htek have served to position it as a leader in the VoIP solutions space.

Now, Htek hopes to spread its influence and reputation even further by attending the BeFree 2017 event in Mexico. The event, which is being held on June 21, brings together developers, distributors, manufacturers and integrators of technology and telecommunications. The ultimate goal of BeFree 2017 is to strengthen the OpenSource community and publicize emerging technological innovation. Additionally, it serves as a great place for companies to collaborate and network with each other.

BeFree 2017 is a meeting of the greatest minds in telecom, and Htek is looking forward to presenting its brand new products to the global audience. The Bronze Sponsor of BeFree 2017 will be showcasing the Entry-level IP phone 
UC902P and the Classic IP Phone UC903. Additionally, the Gigabit Color IP Phone UC926 and Gigabit Color IP Phone UC924 will also be on display.

Attendees will not only have the opportunity to view these products, but they’ll also have a chance to win free Htek
 UC900 series IP phone samples. For a chance to win, you can join Htek’s Workshop on BeFree. More details can be found HERE.

Htek is, without a doubt, a growing force within the VoIP solutions market. Anyone who wants to learn more about the company, its solutions, and have a chance to win said solutions, should sign up to attend