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Appia Communications releases VoIP service of unlimited concurrent calls


Appia Communications releases VoIP service of unlimited concurrent calls
Enterprise Appia Communications, a prominent provider of managed communications and network services, has multiplied the power of SIP by eliminating any concurrent call limitations on its SIP trunking applications portfolio.
"Call path restrictions do not adhere to customers' ever changing demands," stated Victor von Schlegell, president of company, in a dedicated press release. Schlegell said that customers expect their phone services to back up specific marketing campaigns, seasonal shifts and changes in workforce deployments, cyclical call volumes, and others. SIP trunks should enable, but not limit customers as these demands arise. "We continue to adjust our products to address our customers' needs," said Jason Ulm, vice president of channel sales at Appia. Ulm said that customers have to decide how many concurrent calls to process: as they need them for a reasonable and predictable price. At the beginning 2011Appia Communications has announced the immediate availability of its new product named Appia Cubed, in a format of hosted VoIP offering. Appia Cubed is a fully managed hosted phone service for companies and organizations. It features mobility, scalability, and very competitive price, Appia Cubed is a unsurpassed solution for office communication, without the additional needs of managing an in-premises phone system. Appia Cubed is suitable with and ensure full interoperability with Cisco, Grandstream, Polycom and Yealink phone handsets. Key features of the solution include Softphone mobility of iPhone , Android, and Windows; Unlimited auto-attendants; Find-me, Follow-me; Customer-managed portal and CRM and Outlook integration. Earlier in May, Appia communications had announced the successful augmentation of its data center and cloud services at its facility in downtown St. Louis. Appia will use this managed facility to offer enterprise-class virtual private servers, managed dedicated servers, cloud based storage, and turn-key data center services. Appia's data center offering includes advanced monitoring of both devices and applications. Administrators are updated about the status of their critical operations through the email, phone, or text message. The data center also includes smart agent attended support.


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