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Cbeyond Adds LTE Devices to Portfolio for Business Customers
By Craig Galbraith
July 08, 2014 - News

Cbeyond, which is in the process of being acquired by Birch Communications, has added new premium mobile devices to its list of advanced connected devices for businesses.

The new lineup includes the Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and LG G2 smartphones, and the NETGEAR Zing Mobile Hotspot, which are Tri-Band Advanced Long Term Evolution (LTE) devices.

"Our business customers are asking for higher performing smartphones and connected devices to take advantage of the increasing number of business applications that improve business communications and productivity," said Scott McPherson, senior product manager, Mobile and Product Marketing, at Cbeyond. "Our device portfolio is growing and evolving to meet this demand."

The new devices take advantage of Cbeyond's TotalCloud Phone System (TCPS) cloud-based managed voice and communications platform, and Cbeyond's Communications on the Go solution, which comprises TotalNetwork, TotalCloud Phone System, Cbeyond Communicator (for desktop and mobile) and Cbeyond Mobile.

Cbeyond announced national availability of its TotalCloud Phone System and Communications on the Go services on June 19.

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