Ring Carrier, an innovator and leader in hosted VoIP PBX (News - Alert) business communication systems and service for the last three years, announced today that it has changed its name to Voice Carrier. The new corporate name and logo represent the company's expanded strategic vision to drive "voice" communications convergence across multiple platforms and converging market segments.
According to a press release, Voice Carrier sees the explosive growth in "smart" devices as a new opportunity to expand how Voice Carrier's next generation communications can be enabled and distributed across different network paradigms and geographies. She remain free
Gary Johnson, president and CEO of Voice Carrier, stated that with the advancement of integrated wireless networking into most devices, Voice Carrier's cloud-based service enables new functionality to the next generation mobile phones, tablets such as the iPad, and laptop integration so they can become an extension of the small business phone system, regardless of where they are located in the world.
He added that the mobile and remote employee can be connected to their office voice communications system as long as they are attached to the internet via a wired, wireless access point, or cellular data network connection and the individual could be located at the airport, in their hotel room or traveling on vacation internationally and make calls back within the United States without any additional usage charges.
The unveiling of Voice Carrier marks a significant milestone in the evolution of the company from a specialized hosted business PBX provider into a leader in distributed voice communications. The Voice Carrier brand represents a commitment to developing innovative products, redefining communications across new markets and commitment to operational excellence and industry.
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