WebRTC World Feature Article

April 16, 2013

Ingate and eZuce Partnership Furthers Cloud-Based UC, WebRTC


Ingate Systems and eZuce, a global provider of cloud-based communications and collaboration solutions for large enterprises, recently partnered with the goal of enabling secure cloud-based virtualized communications solutions. Both companies are bringing their solutions to the table to make this happen.

For example, eZuce's openUC and Unite solutions are described as "transformational virtualized communication technologies" that provide voice, video, chat, messaging, collaboration and mobility in a single cloud-based platform. If this sounds a bit like what WebRTC offers, that's because eZuce says these solutions were "built for the age of WebRTC," acting as a way for IT to manage the transition to the cloud and communications-as-a-service (CaaS), while also managing BYOD more securely.

“Enterprises are realizing the benefits of building a social organization, one that embraces anytime, anywhere, any-device communication to foster a collaborative environment, regardless of geography,” said Martin Steinmann, CEO and co-founder of eZuce, in a statement. “The rise of WebRTC will only accelerate this demand.”

A proponent of open source enterprise communication solutions since its inception, eZuce has embraced WebRTC's potential to change the communications world irrevocably as it effectively enables the Web with real-time communications capabilities. This means that companies stuck with outdated integration models can be freed, while reducing costs.

Ingate's E-SBCs, meanwhile, allow service providers to deploy reliable, secure SIP communication — including SIP trunking, VoIP and other unified communications applications — outside of the enterprise network. Furthermore, the Ingate SIParator E-SBC is qualified for use with Microsoft Lync and is interoperable with most PBXs and WebRTC. In other words, SIParator is able to enable SIP trunk installations able to meet the needs of every customer.

“Cloud-based Unified Communications is becoming an important part of the market. Ingate E-SBCs secure and simplify these deployments,” said Steven Johnson, president of Ingate Systems.

With eZuce and Ingate working together, the path to WebRTC for enterprises has become a lot more accessible and direct.




Edited by Rich Steeves




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