(Monday, July 14, 2014) Deltapath and Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) today announced its strategic partnership on the HKBN Solutions Day 2014. The partnership forges Deltapath and HKBN’s edge in delivering a full suite of cloud solutions in unified communications to its corporate clients ranging from SMEs to large enterprises and carriers.
Unified Communication as a Service: Zero Capital Expenditure Investment – No Equipment Purchase is Required
Unified Communications as a Service “UCaaS” is a delivery model in which a variety of communication and collaboration applications and services are outsourced to a third-party provider and delivered over an IP network, usually the public Internet.
“Infinite Voice service requires minimal upfront investment and no capital expenditures. It is technologically evergreen and scalable on demand. With the joint seamless unified communication service provided by Deltapath and HKBN, you and your employees can be reached anywhere, anytime at the office or overseas through just one number, and save your international roaming expenses,” said William Yeung, CEO and Co-Owner of HKBN.
“Unified Communications is no longer available only to the largest of large enterprises. Using Deltapath frSIP Unified Communications Platform with our fully integrated business applications, and merging seamlessly with HKBN broadband network, we are able to offer ‘UC as a Service’ to our corporate clients ranging from SMEs to large enterprises and carriers,” said David Liu, CEO and Founder of Deltapath.
The service provider hosts UC “in the cloud,” and businesses buy UC on an as-needed basis, similar to proven Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) models. With this solution, businesses receive all the benefits of Unified Communications, without having to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars (or more) on premises-based systems.