Mitel(R) (NASDAQ:MITL), a trusted provider of unified communications software solutions, today announced it is an official partner of TV Festival de Cannes taking place May 12 - 23, 2010. Mitel will be providing a unified communications solution for the TV station's team, the festival's press room, and the palace's VIP room.
Stations will be installed on location to provide communications access during the festival period. The flexibility of the Mitel IP phones equipped with the Mitel Wireless LAN Stands allow them to be connected through a wireless interface minimizing the requirement for fixed network wiring which significantly reduces the logistical burden of installation and makes it an ideal solution for such short-term events.
"We are delighted to be accompanying TV Festival for this new edition of the Cannes Film Festival. Participating in such an event requires very high standards: the solutions employed needs to be of exceptional quality and reliability and they need to be easy to install and use. Our offer meets these criteria," said Lionel Hovsepian, European sales director, Mitel.
TV Festival, the official international Cannes Film Festival TV Channel, will be broadcasting live and in exclusivity the highest moments of the event: Best of Opening and Closing Ceremonies, press conferences, photo calls, interviews and Red Carpets with all the selected official film casts as well as numerous short reports outlining the different facets of the Festival, "Un Certain Regard" selection, the backstage organization and evening events.
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Camille Beasley, Media