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Unified Communications Week in Review: Avaya, Masergy, and More


October 21, 2017

The world of Unified Communications experienced a lot of interesting happenings this week. In case you missed any of it, we have your complete week in review right here, all wrapped up nice and neat.

The week started with Momentum Telecom announcing the arrival of Momentum Mobility View. It is an enhanced mobile UC offering, which empowers impromptu meetings of up to 50 participants. Mobility View enables a rich conferencing experience promising to improve team communication and collaboration.

The Avaya Aura Communications Manager unified communications portfolio is now a FedRAMP authorized solution. Avaya Government Solutions was able to achieve this designation through its partnership with Collab9. Avaya explains that it “provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.”

Finally, Masergy announced its Global Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) was chosen to join GE Healthcare’s Centricity Partner Program. Masergy is a provider of hybrid networking, managed security, and cloud communications solutions and, now, its Global UCaaS solution will integrate with the Centricity software suite as part of the program. Interactive and complementary software via Centricity is tested with GE Healthcare solutions. The concept behind the program is to minimize implementation time for the customers. Solutions are tested as one with recurrent problems solved at a faster pace.

And there is your Unified Communications Week in Review. Come back next week for even more exciting news and announcements that you will not want to miss. 






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