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Nuvias UC launches new margin-rich cloud telephony integration service for MS Teams and Zoom solutions.

Today, Unified Communications Distributor, Nuvias UC announced the release of their new STAC (Secure Telephony Adapter for Cloud) service. STAC enables enterprise voice for Microsoft Teams and Zoom Phone, allowing users to take advantage of the same business application for video and voice. This new service addresses the growing need for flexible calling plans and modern, cloud-based telephony capabilities.

Mark Purdom, Cloud Solutions Director at Nuvias UC, commented: “STAC for Microsoft Teams and STAC for Zoom Phone were designed to address the increase in demand for the ability to integrate secure and cost-effective telephony services with cloud communications services. By offering a fully managed service for the two of the biggest platforms, we help our channel partners meet this requirement, while eliminating any complications. Therefore, helping resellers and ITSPs break into new markets.”

“Meanwhile, end-user businesses can have peace of mind, knowing their communications infrastructure is resilient and secure, due to Nuvias UC’s expert engineers supporting our resellers behind the scenes.” Purdom added.

For those resellers who would like technical assistance, Nuvias UC is on hand to offer all aspects of integration, from setting up users, to a fully managed service.

STAC for Microsoft Teams is powered by AudioCodes as they are the trusted advisor for Microsoft Teams, voice and video collaboration.

Jason Wyatt from AudioCodes said, “We are delighted to be working with Nuvias UC to power the STAC solution. With the planned PSTN switch off (public telephony networks) closing in, STAC is the ideal solution to offer easy migration to a modern cloud calling platform.”

To find out more about Nuvias UC’s STAC services, please visit: STAC (Secure Telephony Adapter for Cloud) | Nuvias UC (nuvias-uc.com) or contact the Nuvias UC team on info@nuvias-uc.com or 01635 225000.

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