Dubber Commits to Join IBM Cloud for Telecommunications Ecosystem
6 November 2020
Dubber UCR & Voice Intelligence Cloud will help clients unlock benefits of IBM’s open and unified hybrid cloud architecture, built for the telco industry and delivering security, AI-driven automation and end-to-end service orchestration.
Melbourne, Australia – Dubber Corporation Limited (ASX: DUB) (Dubber) today announced it has committed to join IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) ecosystem of partners supporting the new IBM Cloud for Telecommunications. The IBM Cloud for Telecommunications is an open, hybrid cloud architecture designed to accelerate business transformation with the power of edge and 5G and address the unique requirements of operators, partner ecosystems and their enterprise clients. Built on IBM Cloud Satellite, currently in beta, and leveraging Red Hat OpenShift, clients can deploy cloud services anywhere: on the cloud, on premises or at the edge, while addressing industry-specific regulatory and security requirements.
Dubber's Voice Intelligence Cloud will help Service Providers deliver next-generation Unified Call Recording and Voice AI Services on a unified cloud platform. Its Unified Call Recording™ (UCR) solution will integrate and be interoperable with IBM Cloud for Telecommunications and is designed to enable Service Providers to offer solutions critical to their customers addressing compliance mandates, improving sales and service performance and unlocking the possibilities contained within voice data.
"In simple terms, by leveraging IBM Cloud for Telecommunications, Dubber can help enable service providers to differentiate and create value from the conversations occurring on the network by making call recording and voice data as a service (VdaaS) ubiquitous and open,” said James Slaney, co-founder, Dubber. “All conversations can be captured in the Cloud and converted to AI-enriched data. Dubber will make it easy to capture calls - from traditional landlines to 5G services, and end-points provisioned by the Service Provider."
“We are excited to collaborate with Dubber as part of the IBM Cloud for Telecommunications Ecosystem, to offer telecom operators access to the best technology that can help them scale and innovate.” said Evaristus Mainsah, General Manager, Cloud, Cloud Pak and Edge Ecosystem, IBM. “The power of IBM’s Ecosystem provides clients a wide range of ways to leverage the platform, positioning them to deliver next generation 5G and Edge services; deploy and manage new cloud capabilities; and enrich relationships through AI-driven engagement.”
The IBM Cloud for Telecommunications is engineered to integrate advanced AI and automation processes at the edge and speed services deployment while simultaneously reducing overall costs. With an open, container-based architecture managed as a service, operators and their providers will be able to easily integrate, automate and orchestrate how they run network and IT workloads across any environment. The platform leverages IBM's industry-leading encryption capabilities like Keep Your Own Key (KYOK), giving clients full control of their data.
Dubber has committed to join the IBM Cloud for Telecommunications Ecosystem, an initiative to help network equipment providers, independent software vendors (ISVs), software-as-a-service providers, and hardware partners accelerate business transformation by unlocking the power of 5G and edge. The IBM Cloud for Telecommunications is an open, hybrid cloud architecture built on IBM Cloud Satellite, currently in beta, and leverages Red Hat OpenShift to enable clients to deploy IBM Cloud services anywhere: on the cloud, on premises or at the edge, while addressing industry-specific regulatory and security requirements. Red Hat OpenShift is the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform.
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