Australia-based wholesale and enterprise communications services provider Virtutel has contracted PCCW Global to bring hosted unified voice services to Australia and New Zealand using PCCW Global's nTwine platform.
Virtutel will use the platform to support its expansion plans in the Australian and new Zealand markets.
The nTwine multi-tenant unified communications as a service (UCaaS) platform includes the provision of a white label hosted platform as well as automated orchestration operation and management.
It uses PCCW Global's fiber network spanning 3,000 cities in 150 countries as well as network partnerships with more than 200 global operators to provide international voice and VoIPX services.
Gartner projects that the global market for cloud based telephony and messaging will grow at a 14.4% CAGR through to 2022, reaching $22 billion.
“The PCCW Global team has been extremely committed to our partnership and the nTwine uCaaS solution is a perfect fit for our business growth in the coming years,” Virtutel managing director David Allen said.
“Thanks in large part to the transformative power of cloud computing, in most markets the idea of what makes an office is rapidly changing. We expect that the technologically savvy and forward-thinking business leaders in Australia and New Zealand will appreciate the advantages the nTwine service provides.”