Lync partners are highly trained professionals with experience in multiple fields and have expertise helping customers plan, deploy, manage, and support Unified Communications solutions based on Microsoft Lync.
Partners with Lync practice in multiple countries, managed by Microsoft Enterprise Partners or Consumer Channels Groups:
To find partners in your country or region search by “Communications Competency”, filtered by region on Microsoft Pinpoint.
Or use the following links for country specific list of partners :
Lync Certified Support Partners
Lync Certified Support Partners can act as a one stop shop to support your Lync voice deployments. These partners are highly skilled, understand your business – software, hardware and network – and are backed by Microsoft Support Escalation Engineers.
Find a Lync Certified Support Partner
Lync Partner Solutions
Lync has a strong solution partners ecosystem working closely with Microsoft to deliver high quality Audio, IP Phones, Video Devices; Communication Applications; Infrastructure, Networks and SIP Trunking solutions.
Audio, IP Phones, Video
IP Phones, USB peripherals, conference room systems, PCs, and video conferencing systems designed for Lync Server 2010 combine to deliver integrated user experience, security features, and manageability. Partner devices are tested and qualified by Microsoft under the "Optimized for" program to guarantee a high-quality user experience.
Find Device Partners
Find Video Partners
Lync Server 2010 supports a wide variety of third-party solutions for traditional functions such as contact centers, call recording, and account, and enables an entirely new class of solutions called Communications Enabled Business Processes (CEBP).
Find Applications Partners
Infrastructure and Networks
Infrastructure and Networking vendors provide solutions such as Survivable Branch Appliances, Wireless Networking, Gateways and other hardware- and software-powered products that enable customers to get the most out of their Lync deployment and existing messaging and telephony infrastructures.
Find Infrastructure and Networks Partners
A SIP trunk is an IP connection that establishes a SIP communications link between your organization and an Internet telephony service provider (ITSP) beyond your firewall. Typically, a SIP trunk is used to connect your organization’s central site to an ITSP. In some cases, you may also opt to use SIP trunking to connect your branch site to an ITSP.
Find SIP Trunking Partners