Enterprise IT vendor Oracle on Wednesday launched Oracle Enterprise Communications Broker that assists enterprise CIOs to integrate multi-vendor voice, video and unified communications (UC) systems and applications in networks.
Oracle Enterprise Communications Broker provides seamless interoperability, simplifies network operations, optimizes use of private Internet protocol (IP) networks, and helps support compliance with various regulatory, legal and industry standards.
Frost & Sullivan says 69 percent of enterprises use communications products from multiple vendors, which can lead to interoperability issues between various communications applications and systems.
As communications infrastructure shifts from legacy to next-generation UC networks, enterprises’ complex and disparate infrastructure makes it difficult to maintain reliable operations, optimize network resource use and adopt next generation business automation applications — such as click-to-call — that help increase worker productivity.
“Voice, video and UC deployments create incompatibility issues in large, complex multivendor networks. Oracle Enterprise Communications Broker simplifies and consolidates these next-generation networks while enabling lowering costs and offering new services and applications,” said Bhaskar Gorti, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications.
Oracle Enterprise Communications Broker helps to simplify network operations and enable advanced premise- and cloud-based business applications by virtually eliminating session protocol incompatibilities and controlling session routing between proprietary voice, video and UC systems. The solution forms the core layer in the Oracle enterprise communications architecture, helping organizations reduce costs and support compliance.