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NFON has announced its new core product, the unified communications solution Cloudya. It promises to combine simplicity, independence and reliability in an integrated user interface, via a single login.

The solution can be used from any location and at any time via the browser, a desktop app and a mobile app, but also via the telephone in the office. CEO Hans Szymanski calls Cloudya the future of business communication. “With Cloudya, we are setting an example in the European market and laying the foundation for dynamic and constant development towards comprehensive UCaaS solutions from NFON,” says Szymanski.

Market grows

According to the company, the market for cloud telephony is still growing, especially now that more people are working in flexible workplaces. That is why NFON is introducing a solution that can cope with the developments.

Cloudya supports telephony, screen sharing, video chat and regular chat. The solution is based on new web technologies, including WebRTC. This means, among other things, that the entire suite can be made available with little effort, regardless of the browser, app on the operating system and the mobile app.

In addition, NFON promises simple and comprehensive login, plug-and-play commissioning, intuitive handling, freedom of choice of devices, maximum availability and the highest standards of data security. The latter is due to compliance with German data laws, which are relatively strict compared to other European regulations.


Cloudya will be available for Chrome from November 1st. The mobile apps for iOS and Android and the desktop apps for macOS and Windows will also be launched on 1 February 2019. Then the browser versions for Firefox and Safari are also available. Two versions will appear: Business Standard and Business Premium. The difference lies, among other things, in the number of supported desktop headphones and the functionalities. For example, the extended version has support for multiple phones and a mobile function.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.