Arkadin launches new Cloud collaboration platform to enhance conferencing capabilities

 

By Telecom Lead Team: Arkadin, a provider of collaboration-as-a-service
solutions, has launched the Arkadin Cloud Collaboration Platform.

 

The platform enables customers to
manage their global conferencing needs more efficiently and with greater return
on investment.

 

Arkadin’s Cloud Collaboration
Platform was introduced in several test markets last year and is now available
with Arkadin’s audio conferencing service. The platform integrates with a full
suite of web and video solutions, and will form the basis of Arkadin’s
long-range unified collaboration offerings.

 

With its intelligent call routing on
a single bridge, organizations can have a single list of country access numbers
for use by all of their employees, regardless of their location or the location
of their conferences.

 

“With this new global IP
network and innovative infrastructure, Arkadin is further expanding the
simplicity and global reach of its conferencing services. Their full range of
conferencing services will be even more scalable and they now have a more
robust platform for introducing unified collaboration offerings,” said
Roopam Jain, industry director, Unified Communications and Collaboration, Frost
& Sullivan.

 

The new features enable users to
route all calls to appropriate conference bridge, depending on the nature and
location of the conference. This single-bridge strategy differs from
traditional approaches which host international conferences on several bridges
connecting via an IP link that can delay audio transmission.

 

With the Arkadin Cloud Collaboration
Platform, there is no risk of audio degradation, ensuring superior audio
quality and reliability.

 

“The Arkadin Cloud
Collaboration Platform takes conferencing to the next level and will radically
transform the way our customers manage their global conferencing needs.
Following excellent results from test markets, we are seeing tremendous
enthusiasm from our clients worldwide for this revolutionary platform,”
said Olivier de Puymorin, Arkadin‘s
founder and Chief Executive Officer.

 

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