Dstny Bridges UC and Dedicated Mobile SIMs with Universal FMC Solution

By Greg Tavarez April 06, 2023

Some organizations still rely on dedicated mobile SIMs for certain employees or use cases, such as field workers, remote employees or international travelers who require mobile connectivity outside of the organization's premises. In such cases, there are limitations or restrictions on the integration of these mobile SIMs with the organization's UC or business phone systems, which can result in a gap between the two.

To bridge that gap, Dstny, a provider of cloud-based business communication solutions, introduced a fixed mobile convergence proposition with the launch of Dstny Converge. For those not familiar with the term FMC, it allows users to make and receive calls on their mobile phones using their home or office fixed-line number, and vice versa.

Now, to Dstny Converge. The cloud-based solution empowers mobile service providers and UC providers to provide seamless communication experiences through the user's mobile native dialer without the need for smartphones, apps or data.

The use of the native calling capability of the user's cellphone provides reachability, reliability and long battery life that data-dependent calling apps cannot deliver. This is made possible by Dstny Converge's patented core bridging technology, which provides universal compatibility with virtually any existing UC service and the global network of mobile network operators.

The universal approach of integrating Dstny Converge to UC platforms and mobile operators means that little or no engineering effort is required to get the service up and running. Additionally, international mobile operator relationships that Dstny has in place allow UC providers to have the Dstny Converge offer in-market in record time, with the option for a UC provider to bring their MNO of choice if they prefer.

The benefits of Dstny Converge are numerous for service providers seeking to drive growth, including increased value, an expanded core proposition, and the ability to delight customers with quick enablement and self-service options.

"With leading providers such as Microsoft recognizing the need and opportunity for FMC with the launch of Teams Phone (News - Alert) Mobile," said Dstny Chief Product Officer Johan Dalstrom, “we rolled out our carrier-grade proven technology to UC providers and mobile operators to enable them to have a competitive business offer. In addition, we've made it especially easy for the UC provider and the MNO to get connected with Dstny Converge; in particular, we give them the option to skip the IMS integration to the mobile operator to speed up the time to market.”

With Dstny Converge, service providers offer a seamless communication experience that sets them apart from the competition.

Edited by Alex Passett
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