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In the news release, Sonexis Announces Release of ConferenceManager™ II, issued March 17, 2014 by Sonexis Technology, Inc. over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the product name should be referenced as "ConferenceManager2" rather than "ConferenceManager II" as originally issued inadvertently. The complete, corrected release follows:

Sonexis Announces Release of ConferenceManager™2

ConferenceManager2 provides enhanced collaboration solutions with a smaller footprint

MONROEVILLE, Pa., March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  Sonexis Technology, Inc. announces the availability of ConferenceManager2, an enhanced on-premise audio and web conferencing solution for the enterprise. This new platform is the latest within the Sonexis flagship conferencing lineup and features a smaller, lighter footprint, more powerful system software and is fully backwards compatible. Paired with new software version 11.0, the ConferenceManager2 offers an upgraded and refreshed web conferencing interface, an advanced operator console, hybrid (PSTN/SIP) audio support, a new Microsoft Outlook add-on and flexible APIs for customization.  Designed to work within any existing voice or data network, ConferenceManager2  scales from as little as 12 up to as many as 1,000-ports/seats, with redundant hot swappable power and RAID 1 hard drives. 

The ConferenceManager2 is engineered to provide the highest quality audio collaboration and is designed to integrate tightly with industry-leading Unified Communication solutions. The ConferenceManager2 and accompanying collaboration software enable greater productivity for mobile knowledge workers while simplifying meetings and driving decision making.

"The new ConferenceManager2 design is a true progression of our unique conferencing product line," explained Dan Watkins, Executive Vice President with Sonexis.  "We're monitoring the needs and wants of the customer and this smaller, faster, more powerful way of operating will provide ongoing return on investment to enterprises of all sizes."

Sonexis will be highlighting the new ConferenceManager2 and their unified communications expertise in booth 530 at Enterprise Connect 2014 in Orlando, Florida.  The premier industry event takes place on March 17 – 20 and focuses on systems, software, services, and applications for enterprise comunications.  For more information on Enterprise Connect, visit http://www.enterpriseconnect.com/orlando/.

About Sonexis

Founded in 2001, Sonexis is a leading provider of in-house audio and web conferencing platforms for the enterprise. Sonexis ConferenceManager has set new standards for ease of use and security. Designed to work within existing voice and data networks, hundreds of leading organizations have deployed Sonexis ConferenceManager with minimal cost, effort or administration. A subsidiary of Compunetix with headquarters in Monroeville, PA, Sonexis can be reached at 888-4SONEXIS (888-476-6394) or www.sonexis.com.

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