Hosted Telephony and UC
Hosted Telephony and UC
What is Hosted Telephony? Hosted Telephony is a service where a business phone system or PBX is delivered as a Cloud Service from a Provider data center. Hosted Telephony is sometimes called Cloud Telephony, Hosted PBX or Hosted VoIP.
What is UC? UC stands for Unified Communications (UC) and describes the integration of enterprise communication. “Unified” refers to bringing together of Instant messaging (chat), presence, voice (including IP telephony), mobility, audio, web & video conferencing, desktop sharing, data sharing (whiteboards), unified messaging (integrated voicemail, e-mail, SMS and fax). UC is not necessarily a single product, but a set of products that provides a consistent unified user interface and user experience.
What is Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)? UCaaS is a cloud service for “unified” or “converged” communication and collaboration. UCaaS is like Hosted Telephony, but includes other services also referenced in UC such as presence, messaging, web meetings, file sharing, collaboration and video conferencing.
Patton Hosted Telephony and UC Solutions
- Patton’s Hosted Telephony and UCaaS solutions enable Service Providers and Business customers to efficiently deliver reliable hosted services for a superior user experience.
- Patton SmartNode eSBC and VoIP Gateway products provide edge and on-premise services for hosted services. Services include legacy on-premise system and device integration & interoperability, service quality monitoring plus automated survivability with PSTN failover and multi-WAN wired-or-wireless redundancy.
- The Patton Cloud leverages SmartNode edge devices to empower Service Providers to deploy, provision, manage, monitor, secure, alert, troubleshoot, analyze and optimize Hosted Telephony and UCaaS Services.
- Patton’s Hosted Telephony and UCaaS solutions benefit both providers and SIP trunking customers with fast, simple and reliable deployments and enable continued use of existing PBX and IP-PBX systems.
SmartNode eSBCs seamlessly integrate Microsoft Teams with Voice Trunks and STARFACE PBX Telephony ServicesMicrosoft Teams, including the Phone System application, rely on external telephony services– such On-Premise or cloud-based PBX systems and SIP Trunks– to connect and deliver telephone services to the Teams application.
Integrating Analog and Non-Certified IP Paging Systems to Microsoft Skype for Business and TeamsSmartNodes provide a gateway between Skype for Business and Analog and permissible interconnection of non-Certified SIP-based Paging, Intercom & Access Control End-Points.
Tunnel-Emergency, Elevator & Service Phones; UC VoIP Connectivity for the World’s Largest Transportation Infrastructure ProjectWhen building out the East Side Access project, the NY Metro Transit Authority needed to integrated analog phones in elevators, stations, and service areas into their IP-based telephony network and fiber backbone.
Delivering BroadCloud UCaaS Profitably and Efficiently with the Patton CloudDelivering BroadCloud services profitably means Service Providers must address customer needs with efficient CAPEX and OPEX by controlling service quality, security, reliability, manageability, maintainability, and interoperability at the Edge.
Dolby Pro-Audio Conference Phone with Dolby Voice or ANY PBX or Conferencing ServicePatton SmartNode eSBC enables secure connections to trunks, on-premise PBXs, or hosted call control platforms, as well as Dolby Voice services empowering best-in-class audio conferences.Related Solutions
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