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FreedomVoice releases disaster recovery solution for VoIP infrastructure


FreedomVoice releases disaster recovery solution for VoIP infrastructure
Enterprise FreedomVoice Systems, being prominent United States providers of cloud-embedded VoIP telephony systems, has announced the launch of brand new corporate utility, specifically created to support businesses operational in case of a PBX telephony system’s outage.
FreedomVoice looks forward to participate Disaster Recovery Journal Fall World, planned to be held in San Diego, Ca., next week, where company plans to showcase its innovative business continuity application. Being on some extent much more than just a disaster recovery application, FreedomVoice Business Continuity operates with a corporation’s already deployed premise located PBX as a completely-redundant, continuously operational virtual phone service that works as an automated failover in all the events of knocks out. Callers are completely prevented from getting dead air either "all operators are busy" report. Once a telephony system runs out due to natural emergency event or hardware shortage, the system switches on and automatically retransmits phone calls along with the set of pre-installed numbers (e.g. cell phones) supporting all incoming calls to be answered. The infrastructure always stays active, when the enterprise's PBX can be delivered operational. "We have experienced massive devastation before with wildfires and heavy hurricanes," explains FreedomVoice CEO Eric Thomas. "We were seeking to build a solution to assist businesses impacted by disaster to upkeep the dynamic connectivity with customers. Absolutely new business continuity application from FreedomVoice will deliver a factual difference for corporations and their customers under the influence of natural disaster and associated PBX failure." The service has dynamically been provided total peace of mind to a specific group of current users. "In regions where disasters are highly likely events, we have no alternatives but to deploy something immediately to protect daily business operations," explains Chuck Lenzen from of US Equipment Co. "FreedomVoice application was a huge surprise for us. After the stringent experimentation and testing the product, we are quite sure about continuous performance in case of any storm." FreedomVoice Systems works on market since 1996 and currently works for more than early 30,000 customers throughout the continental United States. Company starts delivering of virtual phone systems to any sized companies, including those from Fortune 500 list. This service is getting the status of a key offering from corporation, such as business-improving features of a 800 working numbers, attached with the services of an auto attendant, call forwarding, and voicemail-to-text. Company launched the innovative FreedomIQ hosted VoIP telephony system since 2006, addressing the massive business demand for cloud-hosted telephony products. Nearly all of FreedomVoice's portfolio has been designed in-house to ensure standing alone, configurable and flexible solutions that are compatible with any company's setups. Headquartered in Encinitas, CA, FreedomVoice is private organization being highly profitable through dynamic cooperation with their partners and the innovative commitments on new technologies.


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