Q-KON South Africa signs OEM agreement with Oracle Communications

Johannesburg, 18 Jan 2021
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Technology provider Q-KON South Africa, a member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN) has announced it has signed a Southern African Development Community (SADC) wide OEM agreement with Oracle Communications. Adding to Q-KON SA’s existing range of Unified Communication offerings, the integrated communications and cloud solutions from Oracle Communications will help service providers and enterprises accelerate their digital transformation journey.

This agreement encompasses key Oracle technologies, including the market-leading Enterprise Session Border Controller (formerly Acme Packet), SD-WAN (formerly Talari Networks) and cloud-based network monitoring and management solutions.It creates significant opportunities for the IT channel to scale and secure unified communications and WAN environments, incorporating the world’s leading technology vendors’ solutions.The technologies enable enterprise customers to move to the cloud and cloud communications platforms at a time when collaborative technologies such as video conferencing have become business critical.

Tjaart de Wet, Managing Director at Q-KON South Africa, said,“We are excited to offer our engineering and support capability to the Oracle channel. It is refreshing to once again work with a manufacturer that acknowledges and understands the value of the technical expertise in the channel. We are fortunate to now have the Oracle Communications products to address our new market requirements.”

“We are pleased to embark on this agreement to enhance Q-KON SA’s existing Unified Communication offerings for its customers,” Andrew Morawski, SVP and GM, Oracle Communications said. “The agreement will allow Q-KON SA’s partners to provide flexibility and security to their customers at an extremely crucial time. ”

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Tjaart de Wet tdewet@qkon.com