AVANU Partners with Enabling Technologies
AVANU and Enabling Technologies have signed a mutually beneficial partnership under which they will work to serve the unified communications market.
Enabling Technologies is an expert in unified communications (UC), and AVANU manufactures WebMux traffic management appliances.
Built on the 64-bit processing platform with server grade hardware, the WebMux models from AVANU are designed to support the high availability required for UC network traffic.
AVANU launched its next generation WebMux models last month. The new products are built with server-grade hardware to boost overall performance and optimize energy efficiency for businesses.
Several companies such as ETC choose WebMux as the solution is very affordable and helps the company to save money for its clients.
“We are enthusiastic about AVANU's new higher performing platform which will meet the needs even for our large-scale enterprise deployments," said Bill Vollerthum, ETC CEO.
Professionals at Enabling Technologies are equipped to design the right UC solution to address the requirement of their client. The company understands the nature of network infrastructures and is successful in improving operation efficiencies of the client in addition to saving their money.
"Our partnership with Enabling Technologies has been mutually beneficial as they understand and provide the expertise of Unified Communications while providing us insights to their clients load balancing needs and desires,” said Fritz Ames, CTO of AVANU. “This allows us to focus on our product development to continue delivering quality, high-performing traffic management appliances as part of the solution for their clients."
The market for Unified Communications as-a-service (UCaaS) is rapidly growing as it is a highly standardized and pre-integrated service that delivers several benefits including enhancing client's productivity, accelerating business processes and reducing costs.
A recent report predicts that UCaaS will drive the market for unified communication in future.
Edited by Alisen Downey