DSC Unveils Nexxis and New Hosted VoIP Services
While the day is not today, but someday in the not too distant future IP communications will reach ubiquity. The benefits of VoIP solutions are simply undeniable, as the burgeoning technology makes legacy telephone look a bit like the Stone Age.
In the midst of an adoption flurry, Data Storage Corporation (DSC) announced its intention to enter the hosted VoIP and carrier services space. DSC created Nexxis, a new subsidiary of the company, with the directive of diving headfirst into the development of next generation voice and data services.
“We are excited about kicking off this new business venture with telecom veteran John Camello,” stated Chuck Piluso, CEO, DSC. “Our goal is to provide reliable network services and state-of-the-art hosted PBX solutions with Unified Communications (UCaaS) to DSC’s client base and new prospects. The time is right for Data Storage Corporation and our units to deliver high quality state-of-the-art VoIP and carrier solutions.”
DSC selected John Camello, a veteran of the telecom space, to head up Nexxis as president. With a proven track record in telecom and the provision of services such as SIP Trunking, unified communications, hosted VoIP, high-bandwidth direct Internet and data connectivity, Camello carries some significant experience with him to the position.
John Camello, Nexxis president, added, “This represents a great opportunity for such cutting-edge services to become an integral part of a recognized leader in the IT space. It is the goal of Nexxis to offer the best services and to become a trusted resource that clients will consider an asset to their businesses.”
VoIP is not necessarily household term; however, it is most certainly in the enterprise to SMB vernacular. This future-forward technology enables increased collaboration and productivity while cutting costs at the same time.
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Edited by Mandi Nowitz