European cloud services and solution provider, Cobweb, has joined hands with Voxbone, a virtual local phone numbers provider to strengthen its hosted Skype for Business (formerly Microsoft Lync) offering.
Voxbone claims that its wholesale direct inward dialing (DID) will be advantageous for customers to extend the international reach of their telephone network via Voice over IP (VoIP) at “limited cost”. Cobweb’s introduced Lync conferencing now facilitates reachability from all major international networks.
The company claims to be assisting more than 200,000 end-users across 6,000 organizations around the globe. The services comprises of a variety of hosted MSFT products such as MS Exchange, Skype for Business, Office 365 and Azure.
Through Voxbone’s DID, Cobweb is aiming to extend its conferencing solutions to more number of people in more than 55 countries and 8,000 cities.
Benefits of Using DID
Gives more flexibility to end- users
Geographic and national phone numbers
Global call capacity (VoxTRUNK)
Local number portability
Flat rate (no per-minute fees)
T.38 and fax-to-email support
API and web portal for real-time provisioning
Voxbone CEO Itay Rosenfeld said,
“As demand for their Skype for Business offering grew, we knew that we could support this growth and improve the quality for Cobweb. Our SIP trunks are certified for Skype for Business, providing a reliable building block for those that want to add Skype for Business to their UC solutions.”
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