Apptix, a unified communications company, joined IntelePeer partner program. Thanks to the pact, Apptix (News - Alert) now includes IntelePeer SIP Trunking services as part of its cloud-based communications and collaboration services, which includes hosted VoIP and e-mail, Secure IM with presence, and collaboration.
The addition of IntelePeer's SIP Trunking and e911 services would help Apptix to enhance its hosting portfolio by offering a Unified Communications (News - Alert) solution that combines Apptix's hosted services with real-time voice communications capabilities.
"IntelePeer SIP Trunking services provide the premium quality and reliable connections our customers demand," said James Bond, vice president of product and software development at Apptix, in a statement. "Our partnership with IntelePeer (News - Alert) is a natural fit, allowing us to offer tremendous value to our customers and adding premium communications services while slashing their communications costs.”
Margaret Norton, general manager, enterprise and applications for IntelePeer said that Apptix represents a great addition to the company’s partnership program, delivering the company’s services to a broad range of customers that demand business-class services and expertise.
"Because our SIP Trunking services integrate seamlessly with Apptix, we anticipate tremendous growth through this relationship," said Norton.
IntelePeer, Inc., is a provider of cloud communications services for enterprises and service providers. The company's patent pending, all-IP platform connects customers' telecommunications networks and systems on-demand.
TMCnet in November reported that IntelePeer has been ranked by San Francisco Business Times, partnering with PricewaterhouseCoopers (News - Alert), No. 28 on its Fast 100 Growing Private Companies List. The company provides SIP Trunking and voice peering infrastructure to directly exchange voice traffic over IP or legacy TDM networks between any application and any telephony device.
On Oct.20, IntelePeer was given the award at the Fast-Growing Private Company Awards ceremony. On Oct. 22, the San Francisco Business Times has also covered IntelePeer in a special supplement. By providing high-quality voice and multimedia connections to any phone or network-connected device, IntelePeer's next generation Communications-as-a-Service platform delivers cloud-based, hosted services for carriers, communications service providers, and businesses.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jaclyn Allard