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Ooma releases its plans and predictions on VoIP performance 2012


Ooma releases its plans and predictions on VoIP performance 2012
Enterprise Ooma, being one of the most renown industry player in matter of HD telephony, has publicized the report with the analysis of current trends, defining that VoIP will far surpass the quality of the PSTN by means of HD voice. Ooma has had its considerable share of achievements in 2011 including recognition by Consumer Reports at the number 1 ranked residential phone service.
The company also declared it has the ability to place the Ooma Telo in any place with the attaching of its new wireless adapted device. Ooma has spent the last 12 months concentrating on smoothing up and enhancing the performance of its portfolio and services, while also delivering valuable new features. Innovations were incorporating HD voice and Google Voice Extensions, as well as the collaboration with the 911 notifications and getting full scaled Bluetooth . Looking at 2012, Ooma believes the apparent shift will be in the direction of differentiated over-the-top services, while more companies who are leveraging voice will commence to emerge and get into the industry. A core trend in VoIP is that it will far surpass the quality of public switched telephone networks (PSTN) by incorporating high-definition voice. Next trend is that consumers and developers globally are realizing the fact that the cable triple play is not a great deal. Cable operators are increasingly treated as merely ISPs because consumers are now being empowered to make their own selections for video (thru Netflix or AppleTV) and telephony (via Ooma and others.) Besides the Ooma recognition to be Consumer Reports number 1 ranked home phone service, company expanded into Canada. Now Canadians can get free crystal-clear calling and Premier subscribers in both U.S. and Canada can enjoy unlimited free calls between the two countries. Company decreased its suggested retail price for the Ooma Telo to $199.99, from $249.99 previously. The idea of an overwhelming cloud that keeps all data is spectacular and the fact that it’s no longer just a concept and is available to all digital marketplaces. Ooma is one of the many companies leveraging the cloud to introduce array of features in 2012 that shift far beyond traditional phone service. This cloud has and will play an integral role in enabling new business features, products and services that would otherwise be impossible to directly place in the home or office. Ooma is planning to introduce new products and features that change the way people communicate and connect with others. The integration of the mobile and home phone experiences and the introduction of smartphone-like features to the home phone are two themes for 2012. Ooma will continue to offer the very best value while providing our customers with the highest quality and performance available anywhere.


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