World VoIP NewsCanadian VoIP services company expands its marketing performance
Canadian VoIP services company expands its marketing performance
Canadian consumers and users have different and numerous methods to get connected whether by VoIP on their computers, text messaging, email or wireless mobile communications. Company CounterPath corporation announced that it has launched the commercial agreement with Rogers Communications in order to let Canadians use their wireless numbers to acquire single-number reachability by voice comms and texting disregarding their factual geographical location of using their mobile devices or computers.
This technology cutting edge service offered from Rogers is unsurpassed and the first of its kind in the country, making Rogers to further stand out in the extremely competitive Canadian telecom market. Having deployed Rogers One Number, authorised Rogers wireless customers now have the following features: One inbox and contact list: user can create and manage contact lists that are automatically synchronized between user’s computer and mobile phone. With Rogers One Number, customer have email and text messages in one unified package on the desktop. Users talk and send texts to Canadian numbers from the PC, without deducting from any mobile wireless plan: smoothly switch calls between PC and relayed wireless device. For instance, customers can start their conversation on mobile phones with further easy transfer of the call to their computer when they arrive home. Users are enabled to call any Canadian number free of charge, disregarding their existing Rogers wireless plan, attached with the capabilities to send outgoing text messages to Canadian wireless numbers from computer, at no additional charge. System makes possible to execute a video chat with other Rogers One Number users. CounterPath enables this operational versatility and ease of use by implementing industry standards to support interoperability, reliability, security and quality throughout differentiated wired and wireless networks and operating systems. CounterPath's portfolio of carrier- and enterprise-grade solutions enables customers to develop innovative, revenue-bringing services." Global service providers realize that their customers want convenient, cost-effective methods of staying in touch across multiple devices and networks, leveraging a single phone number," said Donovan Jones, President and CEO, CounterPath. "As Canada's largest wireless provider, Rogers continues to show up innovation by delivering the kind of single-number voice, video and messaging reachability that consumers want." Colin Gibbs, Senior Curator and Analyst at GigaOM, added : "Users and customers are increasingly getting connected across a number of platforms and screens in modern mobile, device-driven world. We see consumers increasingly sliding toward a single number as a key enabler of unified communication and digital identity in the future." Recenlty Company has closed an agreement with with GENBAND , a developer of IP infrastructure and application solutions to provide mobile client solutions for GENBAND's A2 Communications Application Server which reported to be associated with similar functions to an IP media server. The A2 Communications Application Server is the only application server that has fully integrated multimedia applications for voice, video, conferencing, instant messaging, presence, collaboration, and mobility.The partnership was launched to meet the increasing demands for an always-on experience across all types of platforms. The server will provide a universal and unique user experience for A2 customers, spanning from common address books accessible from any device to IM and presence federation to the ability to choose the most effective use of 3G or VoIP routing.
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