Andover, Massachusetts. June 25, 2013 — eZuce Inc., the leading provider of open enterprise communications solutions to large and midsize enterprises, has partnered with HP Cloud Services, a provider of enterprise grade cloud infrastructures. openUC certified with HP Cloud.

HP cloud offers an architecture based on OpenStack technology and with this announcement, eZuce’s openUC™ (now Uniteme) unified communications platform is both qualified for and compatible with its services. With openUC ™ fully tested and certified, the two companies are working together to offer a virtual, cloud delivered solution that is immediately available for design and deployment.

“We’re the only Unified Communications solution currently in the rich community of applications offered within HP Cloud.  openUC is efficiently delivered into HP Cloud and offers IT decision makers a new option when designing their UC solution.   Using off the shelf software, openUC can be installed in about an hour within HP Cloud,” says John Drolet, VP of Sales, eZuce Inc. openUC runs much more efficiently in a cloud environment offering MSPs, SIs and enterprise lasting cost savings and a platform for innovation.
eZuce partners with some of the biggest names in cloud and virtualization—such as Amazon Web Services, T-systems, VMware, and Red Hat—as part of its mission to provide the world’s leading communication and collaboration platform. Such partnerships create a synergistic community that not only helps eZuce connect its customers with hosting services and a lightweight IT designed UC solution, but also creates a powerful shared initiative for excellence in cloud produced UC.. In this way, eZuce delivers a cutting-edge solution all while striving for innovative ways to create an ever-better UC platform. eZuce’s new relationship with HP Cloud Services denotes a strong partnership with a forward looking company that values quality innovation and has a global scope, further energizing eZuce’s effort to be a leading provider of open enterprise communications on an international scale.
“The Unified Communications market is over $50 billion dollars worldwide.  Moving legacy PBX solutions to a cloud environment can save tens of thousands of dollars for Enterprise businesses,” says Drolet. While many of the legacy PBX manufacturers provide a “shoe horn” approach to their old technology moving to the cloud, openUC is architected for cloud.
“The announcement of the certification with HP Cloud continues the dominance that eZuce has shown in deploying openUC as a standards-based, IT designed, powerful UC solution to a diverse group of cloud customers. With certification on HP Cloud, the HP Cloud community, HP Cloud Sales, HP National and Global Enterprise Account Managers and HP MSP Partners, can confidently introduce eZuce’s openUC offer alongside other IT initiatives,” adds Drolet.