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HP Launches Solutions And Services Around UC

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HP has launched HP Voice Transformation Solutions, HP Virtual Workplace Solutions, and HP Network Readiness Services that advance the usage of Unified Communications (UC). It improves collaboration and business responsiveness while integrating telephony with communications applications, such as video or instant messaging.

Many organizations are facing challenges with enabling a growing virtual workforce, as well as interoperability issues caused by aging, inflexible telephony and network infrastructures, and disparate communications systems. Gartner predicts that by year end 2015, 60 percent of organizations will offer employees at least four parallel, overlapping, voice/telephony options.

“Clients need to understand how changes to their work environment can impact communications,” said Justin Chin, Director, Unified Communications & Collaboration, HP Technology Consulting Sales, Asia Pacific and Japan. “By collaborating with HP, clients can leverage HP’s methodology and testing of multi-vendor UC solutions to create their unique Unified Communications journey, transforming their communications infrastructure to address needs today and into the future.”

HP Voice Transformation Solutions enables collaboration with centralized Voice over IP (VoIP) and traditional phone systems extended via Internet Protocol (IP) to create a single conduit for voice, data, and video. It also enables to share information by consolidating voice messaging and audio conferencing into a single interface. It offers a single platform that integrates unified messaging, Web, video, and data to secure clients’ intellectual property, as well as improve decision-making and response time.

HP Network Readiness Services coordinate network readiness with clients’ UC roadmaps and eliminate network barriers. HP is collaborating with Microsoft, Avaya, Polycom, and Alcatel-Lucent to bring together a comprehensive range of technology components for these three solutions. HP also offers consulting and support services for these partner platforms.


source : crn
 
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