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Arkadin's New Cisco Spark Services Taking Cloud Global


October 13, 2017

Cloud Unified Communications and Collaboration provider Arkadin, an NTT Communications company,  announced the addition of Cisco Spark and Cisco Cloud Connected Audio-Service Provider (CCA-SD) to its market solutions. It will deliver the services globally integrates with Arkadin's PSTN audio for a comprehensive meeting experience.

“Cisco has redefined the collaboration market through innovative cloud services that are transformative and enjoyable to use. Together we are focused on bringing businesses into the future through UC&C products that are integrated with the highest quality PSTN audio for a more digital and productive way of working,” says Christophe Reyes, Arkadin's Managing Director Unified Communications Service Line.

Having partnered with Cisco WebEx since 2001, Arkadin supports more than 50,000 businesses globally, from multinational enterprises to small businesses. Through Cisco Collaboration Cloud, Spark allows any size company to buy messaging, meeting and calling services, accessible on any device, supporting fixed and mobile employee needs to collaborate. Phone calls have the ability to become transformed into video meetings with one click and, a simple swipe will move calls to various rooms or mobile devices.

Along with a hybrid audio atmosphere and secure, scalable global infrastructure, the OPEX subscription model is beneficial for all-sized businesses. This works particularly well for businesses searching to optimize audio conferencing costs by leveraging existing network investments.

Soon, Arkadin will launch Cisco Spark Calling for businesses who opt for Cloud PBX. The combined solutions continue to support Arkadin’s ability to support businesses with communications and collaboration solutions, regardless of size, geography, or delivery preference.

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Edited by Erik Linask




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