Voice and data services provider NetCarrier recently announced a new strategic partnership with VoIP Supply, a large global reseller of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) equipment. Under the terms of this agreement, VoIP Supply will distribute NetCarrier’s nCloud services throughout the United States.
The NetCarrier nCloud product suite consists of several components to help customers achieve mobile and desktop convergence goals and shift mission critical applications into the core of NetCarrier’s carrier-class network. Products in the suite include the nCloud PBX (News - Alert), nCloud Ethernet to offer a direct data connection to the NetCarrier network, nCloud Survive to provide redundancy between multiple Wide Area Network (WAN) connections, nCloud Exchange to secure Exchange servers in NetCarrier’s carrier-class data center, the nCloud Firewall and a broadband service called nCloud xStream.
"VoIP Supply is excited to add NetCarrier's nCloud hosted PBX to our CloudSpan Marketplace," said Ben Sayers, CEO of VoIP Supply. "Their unique platform offers great value by providing onsite installation and training to our customers and resellers."
VoIP Supply’s distribution capabilities will vastly expand the reach of NetCarrier’s world-class products, providing a wide range of businesses with enhanced communication solutions that drive more efficient, productive and controllable operations. NetCarrier also offers a wide range of traditional voice services, dynamic voice data services and customer colocation solutions to meet a diverse variety of business technology needs. The company’s solutions are only available through the agent channel, which now includes VoIP Supply.
"VoIP Supply is a very unique partner for us because of the multi-faceted approach that they take to marketing our services," said Bruce Wirt, Vice President of Channel Sales at NetCarrier. "Not only do they take the traditional sub agent distribution approach, but they drive a tremendous amount of business through the CloudSpan Marketplace on their website."
Edited by Kyle Piscioniere