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eZuce Gains Enhanced Visibility in the Virtualized Communications Solutions Market Place through Major Business Partnerships

October 16, 2012

The virtualized communication company, eZuce reportedly forged strategic partnership with leading technology providers including Amazon Web Services (News - Alert), VMware, and Red Hat. As a part of the company’s growth strategy, the move is aimed at enhancing its virtualized communication solutions portfolio.

As a result of its participation in three premium technology partner programs, eZuce is now recognized as an Amazon Web Services Technology Partner, a VMware Technology Alliance Partner and a Red Hat (News - Alert) Solution Provider Partner

The AWS Technology Partner Network is one of the most prestigious closed cloud networks. The membership to the AWS Technology Partner community will allow eZuce to leverage this extensive network to market its openUCTM solution to enterprises. Acceptance into the program reinforces eZuce’s position in cloud based communications and collaboration solutions space.

In addition, eZuce has being recognized by Amazon as being among the first AWS Partners ever to gain public designation as a Standard Technology Partner, enabling eZuce to deliver its openUC solution as a Communications- as- a- Service (CaaS) offering to customers globally.

The VMware TAP program is aimed at enabling technology vendors to integrate their products with VMware virtualization software and deliver timely, joint solutions to mutual customers. As a part of TAP, eZuce can now include its openUC solution in the VMware Solution Exchange (VSX) – an online, self-service, virtualization marketplace that enables customers to discover, evaluate, and rate partner products and solutions. eZuce openUC can now be offered to enterprises as a cloud-based solution powered by VMware virtualization technology.

This enables eZuce to deliver a complete virtual UC infrastructure to users, with the lowest overall costs of any industry solution, simplified IT management, and streamlined administration delivering a higher return on investment and improved user experience.

The partnership with Red Hat will enable eZuce to combine its open source UC technology expertise with Red Hat’s fully open source virtualization platform. This pairing is expected to enable record-breaking performance and scalability, which has led in most installations to a reduction in overall hardware required by up to 80 percent, reducing a company’s carbon footprint, cutting IT costs, and helping to reduce bandwidth issues in virtualization.

“Strengthening our relationships with these strategic business partners helps eZuce gain more visibility in the enterprise marketplace and enhance the impact of our virtualized communications solutions. We believe that eZuce openUC is a great compliment to the technology capabilities of Amazon Web Services, VMware, and Red Hat as evidenced by our recent program acceptance, and we’re poised to deliver this message to customers jointly through our new partnerships.” VP of Channel Operations at eZuce Inc, John Drolet commented in a statement.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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