Telesphere Expands PoP Presence
September 11, 2013 - News
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CLOUD PARTNERS — Phoenix-based UCaaS provider Telesphere (Booth 123) has added network PoPs in Indiana, Philadelphia and parts of Texas.

Telesphere said it's in the midst of an aggressive expansion of its private, all-IP MPLS network so it can reach more enterprise customers. By the end of 2013, the company will have 16 PoPs covering all regions of the country, said CEO Clark Peterson.

Telesphere aims to expand its UCaaS adoption among enterprises. As such, the company said its UCaaS platform, which is sold through channel partners, integrates services including hosted VoIP, SMS, instant messaging, presence, video conferencing, Web collaboration and data sharing, with traditional long-distance, audio conferencing, voicemail, email and fax. The company also sells fully managed and hosted call center/contact center capabilities.

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