Posts tagged ‘Unified Communications’


The Internet…Still Predictably Unpredictable! – VeloCloud Internet Quality Report Q2/2015

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By Kangwarn Chinthammit
Director of Solutions, VeloCloud
September 2, 2015

Today we posted a Q2-2015 update to our VeloCloud Internet Quality Report. This update represents findings from data collected during the first half of 2015, from VeloCloud deployments in the US and UK. This is the third edition of the VeloCloud Internet Quality Report. The data set now comprises 24M records covering 130 cities and over 90 ISPs. This represents a 400% growth of records over the past 6 months. This edition of the report reaffirms the findings that we presented 6 months ago in our first Internet Quality Report, and subsequently the Q1-2015 update. Our data set is rising…




You Can’t Have Consistent Unified Communications (UC) Without A Reliable Network

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By Michael Wood
Vice President of Marketing, VeloCloud
July 22, 2015

The use of unified communications (UC) applications is surging at the enterprise level. According to Infonetics, for instance, the UC market — along with VoIP — will reach $88 billion by 2018. What’s driving the growth of UC in enterprises? As explained in our recent webinar, businesses are turning to UC solutions to increase end user productivity and enhance business processes, which, according to Gartner*, are the goals of unified communications. Video, voice, unified messaging, web conferencing, and real-time collaboration applications are among the common UC tools used in the enterprise. Although UC deployment is becoming increasingly ubiquitous, a number…




Right Place, Right Time

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By Michael Wood
Vice President of Marketing, VeloCloud
June 18, 2015

I had the good fortune of attending Cisco Live last week. VeloCloud SD-WAN cloud networking technology works nicely with the Cisco IWAN (Intelligent WAN) solution. The reason we were invited to Cisco Live was to demonstrate what our cloud-delivered SD-WAN technology could do. Turns out VeloCloud makes Cisco IWAN an even more powerful solution by creating significant bandwidth across one or more links. A single link gets noticeable improvement and with two or more links you start to get exponential improvement in bandwidth and quality. In fact, the VeloCloud Edge software ran as a virtual instance on the router itself…





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