World VoIP NewsMitel Inc. introduces new approach to Unified Communications core infrastructure Mitel Inc. introduces new approach to Unified Communications core infrastructure

Mitel Inc. introduces new approach to Unified Communications core infrastructure


Mitel Inc. introduces new approach to Unified Communications core infrastructure
Prominent vendor of UCC (Unified Communications and Collaboration) applications Mitel has introduced the concept of AnyWare Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) at Interop 2012. By marketing deploying of this unprecedented solution, company commences the absolutely innovative approach to UC-as-a-Service (UCaaS).
The AnyWare IaaS has also been developed and modified to improve so called Mitel's Freedom Architecture, meaning that IT companies can implement Mitel’s completely virtualized UCC software in already provisioned company’s networking utilities."UCC is company’s performance critical product, but we also don't seek to deploy our quite constrained data storage capabilities on it if we don't required to," explained Jamie Vandermeuse, Ops officer at M2 Logistics. "We have verified nearly all available cloud-based UCC services, but they are not associated with the sufficient features and operational flexibility we look for. What we really desired was a method to interconnecting our offices and customers in a profound way without compromising on features that a premises-built infrastructure would offer. The Mitel AnyWare IaaS cloud based-service delivers us all this and much more." Having new AnyWare IaaS, IT companies can provision virtualized voice, unified communications and collaboration in an completely cost effective algorithm and they can select between a private or hybrid cloud taxonomy. These options streamline routine procedures and minimize infrastructure costs. All associated features will assist IT departments to offload internal resources and reshuffle their working efforts on other hot issues, like working out the strategies and building corporate level collaboration and communication. Next huge benefit of AnyWare IaaS is that it operational universality. It is designed for Mitel's dedicated UCC applications and facilitates integrated UCaaS initiatives that cut down lifecycle support costs associated with communications infrastructure. "The previous attitude, when organizations seeking to implement real-time comms technologies like VoIP or IP video had to invest massively in new infrastructure to back up the Quality of Service needed for integrated collaboration," commented Jon Brinton, president at Mitel NetSolutions. "Mitel AnyWare IaaS ensures a comprehensive SAS70-approved virtual Private Data Center with the resources to support the deployment of Mitel's comprehensive UC applications, such as VoIP – the inherent functionality and smooth deployment as if IT department acquired and deployed these utilities in their own IT center – but across a cloud delivery options." "VMware's UNI0N with Mitel proves to be a unique one that can foster agility and flexibility of IT entities by handing them relevant tools for cloud ," stated Parag Patel, VP at VMware. "AnyWare IaaS can enable IT departments to concentrate on the strategic initiatives critical to their basic business, while cutting infrastructure costs."


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