Providing Voice Communications Solutions
MNF Enterprises, a Unified communications solutions provider has recently announced a partnership with Australia Academic and Research Network (AARNet). AARNet is a not-for-profit National Research and Education Network (NREN). It operates high capacity data networks for Australian universities, research institutes, schools, and other organizations with a research and education mission.
The collaboration will provide communication solutions to the country’s education and research sector. AARNet and MNF Enterprises will be allowed to customize IP Voice and unified communications solutions by this deal. SIP trunking, number porting, and virtual numbers are some of the solutions that are used to replace and modernize end-of-life phone services such as ISDN and copper lines.
Cost-effective and Streamlined Solutions
Customers of AARNet will be provided with cost-effective, streamlined, and secure voice communications over the AARNet network by this customization. Over two million users including researchers, faculty, staff, and students to the internet, each other, scientific tools, and a wide array of cloud services and specialist online resources are connected by the AARNet network currently. “The institution focuses on partnering with global companies like MNF Group to make it easier for customers to deploy services, achieve outcomes, and enable innovation in teaching, learning, and research,” said Chris Hancock, Chief Executive Officer, AARNet.
“MNF Enterprises has been providing IP Voice services and unified communications to government organizations and large enterprises for some time. These organizations trust that MNF Enterprises delivers a high-quality service to its customers,” said Greg Round, MNF Enterprise General Manager. “Organizations within the education and research sector typically operate on lean budgets. By moving their voice communications into the cloud, and taking advantage of the leading-edge technologies, presents the opportunities to reduce the communications spend,” he further added.