CallTower Introduces Managed Voice Continuity
By Craig Galbraith
April 26, 2014 - News
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Utah-based CallTower is expanding carrier redundancy into its data centers and introducing a new dynamic failover product called Managed Voice Continuity.

The company says the offerings help customers stay connected and gain a greater peace of mind with their communications provider.

“CallTower has been busy over the past several months adding additional levels of redundancy and building new products," said Bret England, CallTower’s president and CEO “to ensure that we are providing the most reliable and robust integrated communication solutions available in the market today."

To further safeguard voice connectivity, Managed Voice Continuity provides added resilience with more connections to the CallTower Core Communications Network. Managed Voice Continuity leverages the value of a non-CallTower data circuit by automatically switching the voice traffic from a downed circuit to an alternate Internet data connection.

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