Cluana, a hosted phone system that connects to traditional ISDN and analogue lines, is being launched this month by VOIspeed Limited. The technology works with a variety of hardware and multiple service providers, giving business phone resellers flexibility and competitive edge. Furthermore, Cluana requires no contract and its fixed version is free.
VOIspeed Ltd has provided PBXs to thousands of SME businesses and with time discovered that what most companies are asking is a gradual migration to VoIP with the safety-net of a failover to traditional lines. In this way businesses can retain their existing infrastructure (including phone numbers and lines) without having to port the numbers to a new service provider. Thanks to this learning VOIspeed has developed Cluana, a brand new technology that allows resellers to provide their own PBX hosted in a UK based data centre for free and connect on-premises ISDN/analogue gateways or SIP trunks.
To showcase Cluana, VOIspeed are kicking off with a series of webinars in June and July. During each webinar they will demonstrate live how to build a Cluana business phone system in minutes!
To sign up for a webinar: http://www.cluana.com/webinar
VOIspeed will be showcasing Cluana at the Convergence Summit South This October (8th and 9th) at Sandown Park. To register for the event please visit http://south.convergencesummit.co.uk/
A spokesperson from VOIspeed commented on the event, “The Convergence Summit is an excellent opportunity to showcase Cluana (our free groundbreaking hosted phone system connecting analogue and ISDN lines) to the telecom and IT reseller community. The Convergence Summit has grown from strength to strength in recent years and is now a key date in the telecoms industry calendar and a focal point for the telecoms reseller community.”
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