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MNF Partners With BroadSoft to Deliver UCaaS
MNF Group, an Australia-based retail and wholesale VoIP provider, announced it has partnered with BroadSoft. The partnership will carry MyNetFone UCaaS voice and collaboration services on BroadCloud to MNF subsidiary, Symbio (News - Alert) Networks.
Symbio is Australia’s operator of smart voice networking with an emphasis on delivering future-proof communications solutions. MyNetFone migrates voice services to the cloud for enterprises, SMEs, and consumers. Offered by Q1 2018 across Australia and New Zealand to MNF’s enterprise and government customers, the suite will be based on the Business UC-One app and will enable an end-to-end voice solution thanks to integration with BroadCloud.
“As Australia’s leading next-generation provider of hosted voice and data services, we look forward to working with BroadSoft (News - Alert) to deploy MyNetFone services on BroadCloud. We believe that the trend towards cloud voice and collaboration services is inevitable as customers move away from legacy voice services,” MNF CEO Rene Sugo said in a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
The partnership will accelerate the adoption of cloud-based UC services in Australia and New Zealand, according to Jonathan Reid, Managing Director, Asia Pacific and Emerging Markets, at BroadSoft.
“Together, Cisco (News - Alert) and BroadSoft will deliver a robust suite of collaboration capabilities across every market segment. We believe that our combined offers, from Cisco’s collaboration technology for enterprises to BroadSoft’s suite for SMBs delivered through service providers, will give customers more choice and flexibility,” shared Rowan Trollope, senior vice president and general manager of Cisco's Applications Business Group.
MNF already delivers telecommunications software and SIP trunking voice carriage services to the enterprise and government communications sector. BroadSoft is a unified communications, team collaboration and contact center applications, delivered in the cloud. With the new integration, business customers will have access to the latest communications capabilities delivered through the model of their choosing.
Edited by Erik Linask