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Canyons School District selects a finalist for hosted VoIP Services

Canyons School District selects a finalist for hosted VoIP Services
Hosted VoIP services have a very considerable growth potential in the telecommunications industry through the past several years, including widely reported applicability in the education sector. Company Broadcore, a US wide provider of an all-in-one business class communications service with complete customer support, has been chosen as a finalist in the search for a district-scale provider of hosted VoIP services to the Canyons School District in Sandy, Utah.
The E-Rate program is managed by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) under the supervision of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and has duties to assist schools and libraries in the United States to receive financially optimal telecommunications and Internet connectivity. Broadcore provides its corporate class cloud-based voice services from servers located in highly secure, geographically redundant data centers containing fault-tolerant servers that are load- balanced from server to server.

According to a official statement, this service is eligible for E-rate priority ‘’one’’ discount program. By choosing to utilize a hosted VoIP solution, the Canyons School district will minimizes overall cost of communications thus readdressing resources to focus on education projects.

The Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund, commonly known as “E-Rate,” ensures discounts available to schools and libraries for telecommunication services, Internet access, and internal connections. Michael Bacich, Broadcore's director of sales, said that the company is fascinated and honored to be selected as a finalist for one of the US largest hosted VoIP E-Rate projects with about 4,000 extensions in overall. Broadcore is proud to be recognized as one of the most reliable providers of hosted VoIP services by the school district.

Broadcore servers are installed in an N+1 configuration with load-balanced, redundant session control for added reliability and virtually limitless capacity. Capacity is increased by interconnection of multiple servers in a stack, through an IP backplane. Recently company has introduced specific business communications services that have empowered some businesses to fight high gas prices by allowing employees to work from home, or by fully operating in virtual company mode.

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