PIKA TECHNOLOGIES to Attend BroadSoft Connections 2010: Introduces Paging Solution for Hosted PBX Service Providers

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PIKA Technologies Inc., a developer of telephony media-processing hardware and software, announced today that it will be presenting a new Paging solution at BroadSoft Connections 2010: Ignite Progress, being held at the Arizona Biltmore October 24 – 27, 2010.

For almost 12 years, BroadSoft has been focused on bringing to market the most innovative IP-communications services, all designed to delight the user.

PIKA Technologies Inc., a developer of telephony media-processing hardware and software, announced today that it will be presenting a new Paging solution at BroadSoft Connections 2010: Ignite Progress, being held at the Arizona Biltmore October 24 – 27, 2010.

“For almost 12 years, BroadSoft has been focused on bringing to market the most innovative IP-communications services, all designed to delight the user” says Leslie Ferry, VP Marketing at BroadSoft. “We continue to nurture a comprehensive telecommunications industry ecosystem by partnering with the "best in their space" to jointly bring to telecommunication service providers the communications options their customers are demanding.”

Continued Ferry, “At the eighth annual users' conference, the most innovative thinkers in the telecommunications industry will come together to collaborate and ensure we are all executing successful business plans that move our industry forward. IP-powered communications services have experienced an explosive growth in the last 12 months”.

BroadSoft is the leading global provider of IP-based communications services to the telecommunications industry, with over 425 service provider customers in 65 countries. “PIKA has worked with some of these service providers to test and verify the concept and market positioning of its new WARP Pager solution”, says David Clarke, Product Manager at PIKA Technologies. “PIKA WARP Pager solves the WAN bandwidth/provisioning cost issue required when implementing paging in a hosted environment and where the application requires integrated paging with existing overhead paging systems”.

Adds John Kumhyr, Business Development at PIKA Technologies, “based on the award-winning PIKA WARP Telephony Appliance, the WARP Pager solution directs broadcast pages initiated within a hosted PBX environment through the WARP Pager unit and onto the local area network (LAN) to IP handsets. This eliminates the need to purchase additional bandwidth and expensive edge devices to support group or zone paging to multiple phones.”

PIKA Technologies will have its WARP Pager product available for viewing at Broadsoft Connections booth 17 and is holding a draw for an Apple iPad.

About PIKA Technologies
PIKA Technologies for over two decades has been providing developers with the tools they need to build advanced voice and fax applications like IP PBX, fax broadcast and self-service IVR. As the technology landscape has changed, so too has PIKA, building out its product offering so its customers can choose the right tool set for their applications.

In addition to its traditional line of hardware and software solutions, PIKA now offers a family of appliances and applications that provide top-quality performance out of the box. PIKA sells these products directly and also makes them available through its growing network of resellers and distributors. Known for its exceptional customer service, PIKA’s customers can expect the same high level of personalized, fast support that the company has always delivered. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, the company has ranked in The Branham 300, an authoritative ranking of successful Canadian high tech firms, for nine consecutive years. Visit http://www.pikatechnologies.com/pager or call +1-613-591-1555 for more information.

*BroadSoft is a registered trademark of BroadSoft Inc.

PIKA Contact at BroadSoft Connections
David Clarke
613 762-5781
david.clarke(at)pikatech(dot)com

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