Unified Communications Week in Review: Dialpad, Voxbone, and More
Unified Communications had a pretty busy week with Dialpad bringing cloud communications to Canada and Voxbone expanding coverage to Russia, plus so much more. That means only one thing: time for the Unified Communications Week in Review!
The week started with Dialpad extending its cloud communications services to Canada. One or more devices can be utilized as business phones, thanks to Dialpad, which is a huge step in mobility. On-the-go workers do not feel the need for a deskphone or may not even have one anymore, as cellphones can be a handheld desk. To read the complete article, just click here.
Voxbone is now offering coverage that will extend to Russia, a huge move for the company. “Russia coverage is a huge milestone for Voxbone and a big win for our customers who want to establish a local presence there–it’s a lot of area to cover,” said Itay Rosenfeld, Voxbone CEO. You can read all about the Russian explain by clicking right here.
Star2Star announced a partnership with VeloCloud to bring Star2Star Hosted. It will be a fully hosted UC platform that provides reliable performance with exceptional Quality of Service (QoS) when deployed with the VeloCloud Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN. You can read all about the partnership as well as the complete offerings in the article by clicking right here.
Swoop Datcom and Westcon-Comstor have come together to launch ForgeServe. It enables zero-touch device provisioning, estate management, and device real-time change control. How will this be a game-changer? Find out by reading the full article here.
And there you have it; and exciting week of partnerships and expansions in the unified communications space. See you next week!
Edited by Maurice Nagle