NEC Unveils UNIVERGE BLUE by Robbie Pleasant
NEC Corporation of America has announced UNIVERGE BLUE Business Cloud Services, designed to bring Unified Communication as a service (UCaaS) offerings to organizations of all sizes. Built on the same software foundation as UNIVERGE 3C, NEC’s software-based Unified Communications and Collaboration solution, UNIVERGE BLUE will offer high availability for on-demand UC services.
As more businesses adopt and embrace cloud communication services, the need for reliable and secure UCaaS offerings grows. NEC is trying to stand out from its competitors with this new offering, providing an end-to-end business cloud solution that utilizes flexible model, high speeds, and a pay-as-you-go plan.
UNIVERGE BLUE offers a range of cloud business services, including voice, mobility, messaging, presence, web conferencing, and contact center. Those are the most critical applications that businesses look for in their UC solutions, so customers can be certain they’re getting a full set of tools.
In order to better help businesses move into the cloud, it is designed for high availability, at 99.999 percent. To ensure that all data and communications are safe and secure, it also offers multi-tenant, enterprise-grade security and encryption.
UNIVERGE BLUE supports private, public, or hybrid cloud UC deployments, so that businesses can use the model that suits their needs best. Of course, should there be any questions, issues, or any need for assistance, NEC offers 24/7 support and system monitoring.
“NEC has long provided leading premise-based UC&C, but with UNIVERGE BLUE, they are staying in front of where the market is going,” says Jon Arnold, UC Expert for UCStrategies. “What stands out for NEC is their depth of R&D, which allows them to use their own hardware, software and applications management. This translates into a seamless experience from the start, and stays that way as new capabilities are added, which ultimately lowers the TCO over time.”
As UNIVERGE BLUE is cloud-based, organizations using it can leave the maintenance, updates, and security in NEC’s hands, allowing the organizations’ IT staff to focus on their own business needs and goals.
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