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TMCNet:  ShoreTel Unified Communications is Music to the Ears for Roland

[January 09, 2013]

ShoreTel Unified Communications is Music to the Ears for Roland

Jan 09, 2013 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- ShoreTel (NASDAQ; SHOR) that leading manufacturer and distributor of electronic musical instruments Roland Corp. has become one of the newest ShoreTel customers.

Roland is known for its production of musical instruments including keyboards, synthesizers, guitar products, electronic percussion kits, digital recording equipment, amplifiers and audio processing devices. For four decades, Roland has set the global standards in music technology, and markets its products under a number of other brand names such as BOSS and Cakewalk.

ShoreTel is a provider of business communication solutions whose brilliantly simple unified communications platforms, applications and mobile UC solutions promise a new rhythm of workforce engagement and collaboration. For more information, visit shoretel.com or shoretelsky.com.

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