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SimpleSignal UC Client Now Supports 4G

May 23, 2011 - News

SimpleSignal Inc. announced Monday that its SimplyMobile Unified Communication and Collaboration services are now optimized for smartphones and tablet devices over high-speed 4G and LTE data networks. The upgraded service will be branded as SimplyMobileX4G.

SimplyMobileX4G includes call center capabilities, including video calling; instant messaging and Presence with smartphone and tablet access to business contacts from an integrated corporate directory, as well as mobile presence and location indicators; and Web collaboration capabilities, including desktop sharing and the ability to initiate, manage, control and participate in meetings from a smartphone or tablet, video-calling and conferencing anytime, anywhere, from any mobile device.

SimplyMobileX4G is designed to be integrated with SimpleSignal’s hosted PBX and cloud-based UC&C platform

The service is available for a monthly per-user fee and can be scaled up or down as business needs change.

"The 4G wireless data pipe is emerging as the ‘new last mile,’" said SimpleSignal CEO Dave Gilbert. “By leveraging this wireless connection, businesses are untethered from Ethernet and can now seamlessly converge mobile devices with the fixed phone on their desk."

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