NTT Communications and Arkadin Launch Unified Communications (UC) Connect to Enhance Collaboration for Mid-Market Multinational Businesses
NTT Communications, a leader in information and communications technology and Arkadin, a global provider of cloud communication services and an NTT Communications company, have today launched their UC-Connect solution. This innovative cloud-based solution is designed to meet the collaboration needs of mid-market multinational businesses.
Launched for businesses across the European market, UC-Connect combines Arkadin’s UC technology with the SD-WAN capabilities of NTT Communications, to deliver a feature-rich Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) solution. The cloud-based offering enhances business collaboration through: enterprise voice, team collaboration, video, conferencing, PSTN calling plans, a contact centre, intelligent bandwidth control and application performance and response times with application acceleration.
By combining Arkadin and NTT Communications technology into one solution, businesses can achieve scale, speed and expertise with one ICT partner throughout the UCaaS project’s lifecycle. The specialist global voice and network solution can also enable faster design for hosted telephony and network architecture, as well as efficient delivery and direct engagement.
Created specifically for multinational businesses, UC-Connect also offers agility, flexibility and improved quality of experience across two business critical systems. The solution provides an innovative SD-WAN network with NFV feature set to carry any traffic type to any destination (internet, SaaS provider, DC) through a single orchestrator.
Commenting on the launch, Clive Hamilton, Chief Commercial Officer at NTT Europe said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of the UC-Connect solution to provide multinational enterprises with the tools needed to drive collaboration in all corners of their business. With the scale and international reach of both Arkadin and NTT Communications, our solution opens the door to the level of global unified and intelligent communications now required to enable effective collaboration for organisations with an international footprint.”
Andrew Pearce, Managing Director EMEA at Arkadin also commented: “As modern businesses expand internationally, the demand for efficient cloud-based communication systems is growing stronger. We know that every successful Enterprise grade UC deployment requires an Enterprise-grade network and UC-Connect brings these crucial elements together to provide one design, implementation and support structure which addresses the need for better collaboration across the mid-market."
For more information, please visit https://ntt-ucconnect.eu/
Issued by Jargon PR on behalf of Arkadin. For more information, contact Dani White at email@example.com or 01189 739 370.
About NTT Communications Corporation
NTT Communications solves the world’s technology challenges by helping enterprises overcome complexity and risk in their ICT environments with managed IT infrastructure solutions. These solutions are backed by our worldwide infrastructure, including industry leading, global tier-1 public and private networks reaching over 190 countries/regions, and more than 400,000m2 of the world’s most advanced data center facilities. Our global professional services teams provide consultation and architecture for the resiliency and security required for your business success, and our scale and global capabilities are unsurpassed. Combined with NTT Data, NTT Security, NTT DOCOMO and Dimension Data, we are NTT Group.
Arkadin enables clients to succeed in a digitally connected workplace with market-leading cloud communications services. Over 50,000 businesses spanning the largest global enterprises to small companies have enjoyable collaboration and communication experiences from our audio/web/video conferencing and Unified Communications services. As an NTT Communications company, we provide a cutting-edge infrastructure for premium service quality and unrivalled customer support that is administered locally through 56 operations centers in 34 countries.