HP launches new Unified Communications | Inquirer Technology

HP launches new Unified Communications

/ 03:47 PM August 13, 2011

MANILA, Philippines – With today’s inevitable growth of the virtual workforce, organizations face challenges on communication infrastructure.

This is why Hewlett Packard launched the new Unified Communications – Voice Transformation Solutions , Virtual Workplace Solutions and Network Readiness Services –solutions that address the challenges enterprises faced when “integrating telephony with communications applications.”

Productivity is improved when employees relay their information faster because responsiveness to customers and partners is increased.


“Clients need to understand how changes to their work environment can impact communications,” said Jerry Domingo, Country Manager, Technology Services, HP Philippines. “By collaborating with HP, clients can leverage HP’s methodology and testing of multivendor UC solutions to create their unique Unified Communications journey, transforming their communications infrastructure to address needs today and into the future.”


The HP Voice Transformation Solutions improves customer responsiveness. Its benefits include: simplified collaboration with centralized Voice over IP and traditional phone systems extended via Internet Protocol to create a single conduit for voice, data and video; a flexible, modular approach based on a customized voice transformation roadmap enables clients to evolve their communication infrastructure as needed, on their schedule, without disrupting business; ability to share information by consolidating voice messaging and audio conferencing into a single interface, which cultivates productivity and decreases operational costs.

With the HP Virtual Workplace solutions, the flow of communication and information between the organization, suppliers and partners is smoother. Its features include: a single, cohesive platform that integrates unified messaging, web, video and data to secure clients’ intellectual property, as well as improve decision-making and response time; a virtual workplace architecture that delivers the right UC solutions to an employee’s device of choice, based on computing and accessibility needs; Change management and user training makes clients’ transitions to new virtual workplace models faster and error free.

Meanwhile, the HP Network for Readiness Services for Unified Communications “coordinate network readiness” with clients’ roadmaps and eliminate network barriers.

HP is working with Microsoft, Avaya, Polyco and Alcatel-Lucent to bring together a “comprehensive range of technology components” for these solutions.

HP Voice Transformation Solutions, Virtual Workplace Solutions and Network Readiness Services for UC are delivered globally through HP Technology Consulting. Prices vary according to location and implementation. Additional information is available at www.hp.com/go/uc.

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