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Voxbone Vaults into Global Two-Way Voice Service

November 07, 2017
By Maurice Nagle - Web Editor

Communications is in the midst of a renaissance. Digital transformation is taking the power of the cloud to SMB and enterprise alike, empowering a new era of communications solutions. Moving to the front of the pack is Communications as a Service, which allows developers to leverage APIs in order to create customizable collaboration.


Voxbone (News - Alert), in driving its mission of making business communications “strangely simple,” used the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Barcelona as the stage to announce the arrival of global two-way voice services. Voxbone users can no call fixed and mobile numbers around the globe.

What this means is no longer are companies required to work with multiple carriers across the world, instead, Voxbone’s licensed voice and SMB services are accessed via one provider, and are on-demand by leveraging APIs or the Voxbone online platform.

Already supporting the performance of cloud communications powerhouses like Orange Business Services, 8x8 (News - Alert) and RingCentral, now corporations with a global presence can take advantage of the same special sauce. Access is now available to the cloud-powered, on-demand services capable of extending international reach.   

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“Voxbone is taking a major step towards offering PSTN replacement and can now do more to save companies from carrier hell,” said Itay Rosenfeld, Voxbone CEO. “This initiative lines up with our goal to make communications strangely simple and gives companies more flexibility, sparing them the complications that come with relying on traditional carriers to extend their global reach.”

It’s no secret; the cloud is a transformational force. It is a key component to our digital era, and is enabling a new generation of technology taking communications and collaboration to new heights. Why choose a carrier, when Voxbone appears a viable option?

Is your business using cloud communications?




Edited by Mandi Nowitz


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