Unified communications specialist Mitel (Nasdaq: MITL) has rolled out an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) play designed to extend its virtualized unified communications and collaboration (UCC) software.
The product, AnyWare, helps IT organizations deploy Mitel's Freedom Architecture to give them the option to host the virtualized UCC software in a virtual private data center.
The data center, provided by service provider division, Mitel NetSolutions, lets IT organizations implement a virtualized voice, unified communications and collaboration solutions without the capital necessary to deploy these virtual applications in their data center.
Organizations can deploy a private or hybrid cloud model that aims to streamline operations and reduce overall infrastructure costs.
"Mitel AnyWare IaaS provides a sophisticated, SAS70-certified virtual Private Data Center with the resources to support the deployment of Mitel's comprehensive UC applications," said Jon Brinton, president of Mitel NetSolutions.
AnyWare is is optimized for Mitel's purpose-built UCC applications and facilitates centralized UCaaS deployments which can reduce the lifecycle support costs associated with maintaining Enterprise communications infrastructure.
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