VoX Communications (News - Alert), a provider of wholesale Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) cloud-based telephony solutions, announced its association with Group9 Communications to offer the Ojo Vision video phone service to its client partners.
“We are very pleased to be working with Group9 Communications, who bring a proven sales force to the table to offer the Ojo Vision to its existing partners,” said Mark Richards, chief information officer of Pervasip, in a statement.
“We are very encouraged with the Group9 partners that have found this product to be necessary for their business and we look forward to supporting Group9 as they roll out business-to-business video product,” Richards added.
Clients of Group9 are already using the Ojo Vision. Some of these clients are in the process of changing to VoX for their VoIP service provider. One of the first few clients, which is a 2 billion dollar consumer products company, plans to expand its Ojo Vision users from several dozens lines to several hundred video VoIP lines.
“The technical team at VoX has impressed us not only by providing a flawless video communications experience on their network, but by demonstrating that they have the back office and automated systems needed to deliver a solution that scales to large corporations,” said Tom Fabiano, managing director, Group9 Communications.
Group9 Communications is expecting that business-to-business market of telepresence and video communications will experience explosive growth over the next five years.
VoX recently entered the mobile VoIP services and applications arena. The market will have 300 million users by 2013.
Recently, VoX Communications announced that mobile VoIP App is available on Ovi Store by Nokia for use on Symbian (News - Alert) mobile phones. Users of Symbian devices can download the VoIP app or go to store.ovi.com from their smartphone. Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny