PRWEB.COM NewswireAustin, TX (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
TeleSpace, a leading provider of cloud services for Unified Communications and TelePresence, and MNS, provider of the world’s largest business class cloud, today announced that TeleSpace adds Business Class Collaboration Cloud powered by MNS VideoRoaming to its service portfolio.
TeleSpace’s new Business Class Collaboration Cloud service can be provided with TeleSpace’s existing portfolio of services including Unified Communication as a Service (UCaaS), TelePresence as a Service (TPaas) and Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS).
“With our new Business Class Collaboration Cloud we are able to serve the most demanding regional and global customers with global reach and a predictable high quality provided by MNS VideoRoaming and its long haul Service Level Agreement (SLA),” said Steve Griffith, Executive Vice President of TeleSpace.
“Best effort cloud services relying on Internet are not sufficient for high quality collaboration services,” said Hans Johansen, CEO of MNS. “By offering the highest reliability and best global reach backed by the industry’s best SLA, TeleSpace will outcompete any best effort cloud player with their new Business Class Collaboration Cloud powered by MNS VideoRoaming.”
TeleSpace delivers business voice, video and customer care applications via TeleSpace Cloud Service subscriptions running on its Quad Core Network. Predictable spend, greater uptime and an integrated experience are ensured with this world-class network designed using Cisco architectures and bolstered with industry-leading security, geo-redundancy, dual auto-recovery systems, and carrier-neutral access.
Media Network Services (MNS), http://www.mns.vc, was founded in 2007 and is a privately held company registered and headquartered in Oslo, Norway. MNS provides global leading network and infrastructure services to the video conferencing industry. Services includes VideoRoaming, the world’s largest collaboration cloud that combines the reach and availability of internet with the quality and reliability of dedicated networks, and MCU1.com, the globally distributed multipoint conferencing infrastructure for video conferencing service providers.
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