ShoreTel Acquires Hosted Unified Communications Specialist M5 Networks

February 2012
Channel Insider;02/02/2012, p1
The article reports on the acquisition of unified communications (UC) specialist M5 Networks Inc. by ShoreTel Inc. It mentions that the acquisition allows ShoreTel to expand its solutions for phone systems into the cloud technology. It notes that M5 will be operated as a ShoreTel business unit and will be handled by M5 chief executive officer (CEO) Dan Hoffman.


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