San Mateo, Calif.-based IntelePeer (News - Alert), which delivers communications via cloud-based infrastructure, announced a recent deal with Mayer Networks.
According to the agreement, Intelpeer’s solutions, which are used to accelerate and simplify the transformation from legacy TDM to next-gen IP networks, will be deployed in Mayer Networks to deliver hosted telecommunications services for Campus Habitat.
The organization provides high-quality, off-campus housing for college and university students across the United States and has selected Mayer Networks to manage its rollout of premium communications services to all employees.
IntelePeer provides a comprehensive suite of on-demand communications services delivered via SIP trunks, and backed by deep communications expertise and a proven Quick Start program to ensure partners' Microsoft (News - Alert) Office Communications Server deployments are successful. Mayer Networks, a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, uses OCS 2007 Release 2 combined with IntelePeer's Microsoft-certified Cloud-based SIP network infrastructure to deliver advanced voice features that include high-quality local, long-distance and international calls, Direct Inward Dialing or “DID” connections, and other innovative capabilities.
Through its advanced network infrastructure, IntelePeer simplifies telecommunications by delivering carrier-quality service over public or private IP connections. This spares customers from the need to change their current data provider or existing communications equipment, eliminating the lengthy delays associated with most service providers.
“At Campus Habitat, the success of our business depends on connecting geographically isolated teams and making informed decisions,” said Maximus Yaney, founder and president of Campus Habitat. “With IntelePeer, the experience was perfect -- they were able to provide local service in all of our markets and deployment speed that none of the other carriers could match. Our employees now have reliable and high-quality communication services and can stay connected regardless of their location.”
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Edited by Marisa Torrieri