Catalyst Telecom has been authorized to distribute Hewlett-Packard's ProLiant ML330 G3 server as part of a bundle with Avaya's IP Office solution, according to the Greenville, S.C.-based distributor.
The solution will help small and midsize businesses take advantage of VoIP technology, according to John Black, president of Catalyst Telecom, an Avaya-focused subsidiary of ScanSource.
"By offering HP's ProLiant servers, our customers selling Avaya's IP Office will have one source through which to fulfill this solution," Black said in a statement. "The HP server combined with Avaya IP Office ensures our resellers can deliver a total communications solution to their customers."
Catalyst Telecom can integrate the software and test the solution at a systems integration facility in Memphis, Tenn., which should reduce on-site installation time, according to the distributor.