Mark Purdom, Cloud Solutions Director for Nuvias
Telecom VAD Nuvias UC has launched the first product in its new Voice Integration Services portfolio, STAC (Secure Telephony Adaptor for Cloud).
STAC, the first of three new services available from Konekt – the Cloud Solutions Division of Nuvias UC, will enable all UK channel partners, not just those with a background in telephony, to offer a full end-to-end UC service that is fully managed by Nuvias UC.
Mark Purdom, Cloud Solutions Director, commented: “we’re seeing growing demand for cloud-based services and, even though video meetings surged significantly due to the dark days of the Covid pandemic, telephony is still the most common form of business communication.”
“STAC delivers a reliable, secure and cost-effective telephony service to integrate with your customers’ cloud communications services. The service is underpinned by Oracle’s market leading Session Border Controller (SBC), which is certified for use with Microsoft Teams and Zoom. To provide the SIP connectivity in the UK, we have partnered with Gamma as they have a great history of innovation with SIP services, safeguarding the reliability and competitiveness of the service for years to come. The Konekt team will provide the required technical services to remove the complexities, allowing resellers to focus on their customers”, he adds.
The two other services to be launched are:
SBCaaS (SBC as a service)
Jeremy Keefe, CEO of Nuvias UC, added: “we look forward to expanding our relationship with Oracle to offer our Voice Integration Services portfolio. Over the last 12 years our team of experienced engineers has worked successfully alongside their team to deliver Oracle Communications products across multiple service providers both in the UK and beyond.”
Both STAC and SBCaaS will be available to purchase through Nuvias UC’s webstore, HUB. HUB helps make the procurement process simpler for you and your customers by offering a fully white-labelled webstore offering to view products, access order and check hardware stock levels.