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OneStream Networks Launches Cloud Voice Hub

OneStream Networks Cloud Voice Hub

The Industry’s First Global Cloud-Based SIP PSTN and Multi-Platform Integration Network.

ROCHESTER, NY, US, July 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — OneStream Networks today launched Cloud Voice Hub, the industry’s first global cloud-based SIP PSTN and multi-platform integration network. Cloud Voice Hub unleashes the full capabilities of enterprise cloud collaboration, unified communications, and contact centers with certified, cloud-based SIP PSTN voice service and on-net call routing integration across platforms in over 200 countries.

OneStream Networks today launched Cloud Voice Hub, the industry’s first global cloud-based SIP PSTN and multi-platform integration network. Cloud Voice Hub unleashes the full capabilities of enterprise cloud collaboration, unified communications, and contact centers with certified, cloud-based SIP PSTN voice service and on-net call routing integration across platforms in over 200 countries.

Cloud Voice Hub is the evolution of OneStream’s award-winning global SIP trunking services portfolio. The service combines global cloud PSTN, local phone numbers, on-net calling, Toll Free and emergency services with certified, secure cloud SIP connectivity to all major cloud collaboration, unified communications and contact center providers including Cisco, Microsoft, Genesys, Avaya, Zoom and NICE InContact.

In the past year, companies have rapidly deployed multiple collaboration and UC tools to preserve employee productivity and enable remote workers and distributed workforces. The fallout is that companies are now managing multiple, disparate cloud platforms, connected to multiple PSTN providers, utilizing a mix of cloud and premise-based hardware and that have no integration between platforms to support quality customer service goals. The challenge is how to integrate these platforms, migrate systems, enable global PSTN, simplify management and reduce overall costs.

Cloud Voice Hub from OneStream is purpose-built to solve this challenge. With certified and pre-integrated SIP trunking and cloud-based global multi-platform on-net calling capability in over 200 countries, Cloud Voice Hub provides the PSTN and cloud-based call routing backbone necessary to support current end-user voice needs and accommodate future migration plans regardless of platform.

“OneStream continues to invest in enhancing its award-winning global SIP voice network,” said Brian Skidmore, Chief Marketing Officer, OneStream Networks. “Our engineering and development teams have worked closely with providers like Cisco, Microsoft and Genesys to ensure that our global cloud SIP PSTN and call routing services are successfully certified and supported. The result has been a tremendous joint effort between companies where their world-class collaboration tools combine with our world-class SIP PSTN services to provide a complete communications solution to meet the most challenging customer requirements. Cloud Voice Hub puts customers in control of their cloud communications and provides our valued VAR, Distributor and Agent partners with a highly-differentiated solution to support their enterprise customer base.”

About OneStream Networks
OneStream Networks is a premier global cloud communications provider purpose-built for enterprise-grade cloud-based SIP PSTN, unified communications, contact center services, data networking, and security services. Global strategic peering networks, geo-redundant POPs, multi-provider SD-WAN and MPLS transport options deliver an unparalleled scope and reach for advanced cloud-based voice, UC, data, and security. Services are available in over 200 countries.

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Coronavirus latest: UK plans £226m recovery fund for local bus networks in England

Growth in the US services sector cooled in June from a record-setting pace the month before, as businesses grappled with higher prices and labour challenges. The Institute for Supply Management’s index measuring activity in the services sector fell to 60.1 last month, the lowest level since February, from a record high of 64 in May.

Costco will later this month cut the special shopping hours for US seniors that it started in March 2020, shortly after the pandemic was declared a national emergency in the country. Costco stores will from July 26 no longer have special operating hours from 9am to 10am, Monday through Friday, for members who are aged 60 or older, or those who have disabilities or are immunocompromised.

Gavin Williamson, UK education secretary, has confirmed an end to the so-called “bubble” self-isolation system in schools. The system, which will be scrapped from July 19, required students to stay at home if a member of their class or year group bubble contracted Covid-19.

Close contacts of a person who has tested positive for coronavirus will from August 16 no longer have to self-isolate in the UK if they are fully vaccinated, the health secretary has said. Anyone who receives their second dose “just before or just after” that date will need to wait a fortnight for the vaccine to become as effective as possible before the rule applies to them, Sajid Javid told the House of Commons.

The North West had the highest coronavirus death rate in England last year, according to data from the Office for National Statistics. The ONS said the North West had 176 deaths per 100,000 people related to Covid-19. The South West of England had the lowest rate at 59.3 deaths per 100,000 individuals. 

More people died in the UK than were born last year for the first time since 1976, according to official statistics. In 2020, there were 90,000 deaths registered involving Covid-19 across the UK, taking the total number of deaths to 690,000, an increase of 85,000 from 2019, data from the Office for National Statistics show.

Author: Gary Jones in Hong Kong
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China’s Huawei plans to launch ultrafast 6G networks by 2030 – media

While many countries around the world are only starting to embrace 5G technology, Chinese tech giant Huawei has come forward with plans to roll out its much-faster successor.

The plans were revealed by the company’s rotating chairman Xu Zhijun at a conference in Shenzhen earlier this week, according to a Chinese media report. The official said that 6G networks will be introduced to the market in less than 10 years, by 2030. 
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Huawei vowed to release a white paper explaining its vision for the development of next-generation networks in the near future, the report said. While details about the technology are scarce, China’s CGTN reported that 6G networks may be 50 times faster than 5G. Given that 5G networks allow the transfer of up to 20 gigabits per second under ideal conditions, the speed of its successor may reach 1,000 gigabits per second.

While it will definitely enable users to download everything from apps to videos faster, 6G technology can also allow use of the internet at high-speed movement, for example in a plane, the report notes.
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Huawei is one of the global leaders in 5G development, but some countries have opted to restrict the use of the company’s equipment amid US pressure. In 2019, the tech company revealed that it started working on 6G networks “long ago.” Its CEO Ren Zhengfei said that the technology was still in the early stages, projecting that some ten years could pass before it becomes a reality.

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