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A Look into IntelePeer's New CoreCloud UC Service

 
February 20, 2014


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TMCnet Contributing Writer
 

IntelePeer (News - Alert) is a provider of cloud-based communication services that cater to a range of businesses around the world. It specializes in providing many communication services such as voice, SMS and video through the cloud. By offering these services on an on-demand basis, the company hopes to help its customers make the transition from legacy infrastructure to next generation IP communication systems that will help them get the most out of recent technological advancements.

The company recently released a new united communications (UC) service called CoreCloud. As the name implies, the cloud-based service integrates voice calls, data communications and storage into a single service, making it easy for users to access the information they need through the Internet. The product supports all UC platforms including Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync and comes with many features designed to improve the productivity and profitability of companies.

CoreCloud comes with a full-range of UC services that make it possible for employees to collaborate with each other and to improve interactions with customers. Further, CoreCloud supports bring your own device (BYOD) and virtual teams, thereby helping a company leverage the skills of its employees. It also offers many features such as instant messaging, VoIP and conferencing to further improve the productivity of employees.

This new product is likely to help companies cut their costs without compromising on features. Also, cloud-based voice service opens up new opportunities for a company to expand its voice-based service across different geographical areas. This is because a cloud-based voice system does not restrict the user to a facility-based service provider and this opens up their options.

With all these features, CoreCloud is poised to become a well-known product among companies that are looking for a hosted UC system. 




Edited by Blaise McNamee

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