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VoIP PBXs vendor Integra continues marketing expansion


VoIP PBXs vendor Integra continues marketing expansion
Company Integra Telecom, being the prominent deliverer in matters of fiber-based, corporate level networking, telecommunications and cloud based applications, such as virtual PBX, has enhanced its voice services.
Enterprise’s initiative in industry of the virtual PBXs will be targeting company’s customers in a strategic approach, supporting customers who are using Integra's SIP trunking to get connectivity with all their remote sites in the U.S. in order to minimize expenses and boost efficiency through a centric built IP PBX. Integra Telecom will also continue the general support legacy technologies. The virtual PBX user’s voice solution has been utilized within its MPLS-enabled IP VPN application, ensuring a high level of security, voice quality and scalability, the company boasted in an official press release. "Integra is delighted to be capable to expand its suite of nationwide solutions for enterprise customers," explained Joe Harding, senior vice president of product and marketing at Integra. "We are always looking for ways to make it convenient for our clients to do all kinds of business with Integra Telecom. Nationwide voice service availability empowers our customer base to simplify the daily management of their network by unifying voice, data and network services within a single carrier." Because of these new solutions, enterprise customers will be fully capable to leverage a virtual PBX to cut costs and maintenance that are related with numerous geographically dispersed phone systems. Additionally, with Integra's Enterprise SIP Trunking and Remote Location Service, customers will be able to acquire different options such as basic voice lines, ISDN PRI, digital trunks, and SIP trunking."Most IT administrators can see the strategic advantages of removing disparate technologies and standardizing on SIP, either by means of a virtual PBX or a cloud-based hosted offering," said Rogier Ducloo, director of Product Management, Voice and Internet services at Integra. "However, the procedures of replacing legacy technologies definitely will take time. Integra's flexible voice offerings allow the enterprise to make that transition in a clever way." Recently, company has expanded its marketing appearance within some of the company’s biggest metropolitan areas in the Western U.S. This expansion is part of Integra’s $52 million annual plan to leverage its fiber network in order to deliver a broad range of carrier Ethernet layer 2 and MPLS layer 3 services, thus massively expanding Integra’s fiber capacity. The additional buildings on the fiber network are primarily expanded in the urban areas of Seattle, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, Boise, Sacramento, and Spokane. To support the needs of enterprise-level customers that demand sophisticated, high-capacity, fiber-based solutions, the drive to expand its network and increase the number of fiber-fed buildings is the main strategic Integra’s approach.


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