Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST (News - Alert)) recently announced the launch of AVST CX-C (CX-C) which is a cloud-based Unified Communications (News - Alert) (UC) solution. AVST is one of the leading providers of enterprise-class mobility, voice, and business process solutions over an advanced UC platform and has launched this new solution which will include premise-based, private and public cloud offerings.
In a release, Tom Minifie (News - Alert), AVST's chief technology officer, said that, “Unlike many other enterprise UC solutions being re-engineered to fit the cloud, CX-C was specifically designed to be cloud-ready from the start. CX-C is a highly scalable and interoperable cloud platform delivering rich UC features coupled with resiliency and administrative control.”
By introducing the CX-C platform the company has effectively expanded its portfolio of UC solutions which features a subscription fee licensing structure. The CX-C offering from AVST, has been developed to address the needs of UC service providers, wireless carriers, and network operators.
The AVST CX-C platform has been specifically tailored to meet the growing demand for unified communications as a service (UCaaS). Gartner (News - Alert), leading analyst firm, indicated that a growing number of businesses prefer implementing UCaaS. AVST has a consolidated three decades of experience and leadership within the UC marketplace which provides it with greater understanding of public cloud requirements.
NEC (News - Alert) Corporation of America (NEC) has successfully deployed the CX-C platform which easily integrated with its UNIVERGE Cloud Services Unified Communications-as-a-Service offering.
Jay Krauser, director of Cloud Services, NEC, said that, “Delivering reliable cloud-based UC solutions to our customers is a high priority for NEC. We have selected AVST's CX-C cloud platform as a component of our UNIVERGE Cloud Services product line. NEC and AVST have a long history of jointly delivering UC solutions that are feature rich, reliable, and scalable. We take great pride in the solutions that we bring to our customers.”
The CX-C platform incorporates features which include unified messaging; a single number reach; call processing capabilities; a highly scalable platform which can support close to a million subscribers; multi-tenant support; increased availability and disaster recovery capabilities; full administrative control and security options; robust interoperability with direct telephony SIP integrations; in addition to featuring SIP media gateways.
Edited by Jennifer Russell