VoIP Solutions Week in Review: PathSolutions, SkySwitch, netsapiens & More
The benefits of VoIP solutions are undeniable, and the reason for this burgeoning technology’s ascent. Not quite at ubiquity, yet, adoption is on the rise and the future is bright for this flexible, reliable and cost effective means of communications. And, with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look back at the week that was in VoIP Solutions news: Time for the Week in Review!
PathSolutions announced Andrew Bohart as its new CEO this week. Bohart brings with him more than 20 years of experience in the industry, with the last seven years serving on the PathSolutions board. “Andrew offers uncompromising drive and determination to the PathSolutions team. He is uniquely suited to assume the CEO position at this point in our company’s history. His demonstrated leadership skills, marketplace vision, strategic planning, and laser focus on results is exactly what PathSolutions needs as we enter our next chapter,” said Tim Titus, PathSolutions’ founder, and CTO. Complete coverage is HERE.
SkySwitch unveiled its Las Vegas point of presence (PoP) at The Lone Mountain Data Center. The new PoP joins Dallas, Minnesota and New York, and comes at a perfect time to support user growth. With the new geo-node turned up, network capacity increased by over 25 percent without causing any service disruption. TMC’s Paula Bernier brings you everything you need to know HERE.
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. John Camello, Nexxis president noted, “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.” All the details are HERE.
Simplicity VoIP announced the selection of netspaiens as the newest addition to the VoIP and hosted PBX provider’s unified communications (UC) portfolio of business phone solutions. The addition of netsapiens allows Simplicity VoIP to offer netsapiens knowhow and the VoIP SNAPsolution software platform, which is capable of delivering enterprise level call center features, mobile apps, SIP trunking, call recording and more. The full story is HERE.
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