Tadiran Offers Aeonix Hybrid Cloud Solution with AWS as First CSP
Tadiran (News - Alert) Telecom, a company owned by Afcon Industries, a part of the Shlomo Group is a global provider of Unified Communications & Collaboration, Contact Center, and Control Room solutions. Tadiran’s ‘Bring Your Own Cloud’ approach enables businesses of any size to choose a cloud provider for Aeonix installation. It offers the flexibility of choosing the most suitable cloud provider for a company.
Of note in this regard is the company’s recent announcement that its Aeonix platform will be available now as a hybrid solution with Amazon Web Services (News - Alert) (AWS), as part of its ‘Bring Your Own Cloud’ approach.
“We are proud to introduce the ‘Bring Your Own Cloud’ approach, allowing our customers to choose their preferred infrastructure environment. The Aeonix Hybrid Cloud solution provides a best-in-class solution that combines the benefits of Amazon Web Services with Aeonix’s enhanced UC&C capabilities,” Eldad Barak, president and chief executive officer of Tadiran Telecom, commented.
Cost has always been a major concern for many businesses to move to cloud. The Aeonix Hybrid Cloud solution enables businesses to take advantage of the cost reductions inherent in cloud-based deployments, while simultaneously delivering security, business continuity and ease of installation.
Customers can benefit from cost savings, scalability and ease of implementation and maintenance. With increased reach, Aeonix Cloud solution helps in significantly reducing the infrastructure costs for businesses with multiple offices. With fewer dedicated data circuits installed, the Aeonix Hybrid Cloud solution minimizes operational and capital costs for users, the company noted.
In addition to offering Aeonix on AWS as a private cloud solution, Tadiran said that it can also install Aeonix servers at one or more on premise sites to guarantee local survivability in case of ISP connectivity failure. Plus, all Tadiran user licenses will be logically pooled throughout the hybrid cluster, allowing customers to buy only what they need. Since there is no onsite installation or ongoing maintenance, installation process becomes easier and quicker.
Edited by Peter Bernstein