has been rated as a Top Player in Messaging Platforms for Hosted E-Mail Providers by the Radicati Group
. In its 2009 Radicati Market Quadrant report, the Radicati Group focuses on CommuniGate Pro. CommuniGate Systems (News
) offers carrier class Mobile Unified Communications to its customers.
With the advancements in technology, and with the volume of mobile workforce constantly on the rise, mobile unified communications has become an important part of the company’s infrastructure. Mobile unified communications can remove much of the delay caused by human intervention. It integrates high quality mobile devices, IP networks, near ubiquitous wireless access and unified communications.
CommuniGate Pro offers virtualization of domains with a modular feature set, powerful class of service provisioning and a live rolling update change management capability. With no single point of failure, the platform's exclusive Dynamic Clustering architecture provides 99.999 percent uptime in a multi-tenant architecture.
“We are very proud to be rated as one of the industry leaders in the market that serves Network Operators and ISPs providing SaaS (News
),” says Jon R. Doyle, VP Business Development, CommuniGate Systems. Today we see that the UC as SaaS for the SME market segment is very attractive from a revenue potential and we believe our platform is the best technology to monetize the service.”
With CommuniGate Pro, SaaS providers can add front end or backend nodes as needed without any downtime or service interruption. Also, service providers can offer business class Value Added Services with costs that decline as virtualized client volume increases. In one integrated platform, CommuniGate Pro powers all forms of IP communications.
Recently, the company embedded
the Global IP Solutions’ (News
) VoiceEngine in its Pronto! UC client framework. CommuniGate Pronto! is a flash-based, Web 2.0 client that unifies all forms of communications. It provides broadband and mobile network operators with a client framework to deliver Value Added Services (VAS) for Unified Communications (News
). With it, carriers can build modular services -- such as videomail, IPTV or Video on Demand (VOD).
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Edited by Jessica Kostek