Broadcore Leads the Way to Implement Hosted VoIP Services for the Enterprise

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Broadcore’s Unified Communications Service enables enterprises to migrate smoothly, economically, from existing premises-based systems and provides ongoing maintenance, support, and training

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Broadcore, a global provider of all-in-one business communications service with comprehensive client support, today announced it is on track to double its installed base to 20,000 hosted user accounts in 2011. The projected growth is attributed in part to the enterprise segment’s increased willingness to adopt hosted cloud services over premises-based systems. By selecting to deploy a Hosted VoIP solution, enterprises will increase reliability and lower total cost of communications services while allowing their freed IT resources to focus on core competency projects.

Broadcore has already been awarded enterprise contracts in the first quarter of 2011 including one of the largest hosted VoIP contracts in the K-12 education sector with over 4,000 hosted user accounts.

“Indicative of the maturation process within the Hosted Voice Industry, enterprise accounts have acknowledged the efficacy of our technology and superior client service ability,” said Michael Bacich, Broadcore Director of Sales. “The industry itself has matured to the point where Broadcore’s Business Class Unified Communications service is now a viable competitor to high end IP PBX’s no matter what their size and complexity.”

Broadcore’s business class Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications service utilizes standards based Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) technology and is delivered from the “Cloud” – servers housed in highly secure, geographically redundant data centers containing fault-tolerant servers that are load-balanced from server to server.

“Broadcore is unsurpassed in delivering VoIP telephony service to enterprises by partnering with best-of-breed technology providers to design and deploy the most robust and reliable platform available in the market,” said John Lightfoot, Broadcore Vice President of Engineering.
Broadcore servers are installed in an N+1 configuration with load-balanced, redundant session control for added reliability and virtually limitless capacity. Capacity is increased by interconnection of multiple servers in a stack, through an IP backplane. The stack of servers appears as one large server within Broadcore’s infrastructure. This flexible, multi-stack architecture enables Broadcore to scale capacity to millions of users.

About Broadcore
Broadcore is a provider of hosted unified communications services for businesses. Through an extensible, highly scalable IP communications system, Broadcore offers a unified communications platform for voice (VoIP), video, and mobility communications across the enterprise and multi-location organizations. Broadcore’s solutions allow the enterprise to increase employee productivity, accelerate business processes, and improve customer care through tight integration of dispersed communications endpoints for office, mobile, or call center employees.

Through years of experience with deployment of telephony solutions and providing hosted communications service, Broadcore offers faster and easier deployment of communications capabilities within the client’s enterprise, resulting in business agility with minimum interruption to business operations. http://www.broadcore.com.

Broadcore contact
Dean Manzoori
Broadcore, EVP Marketing Strategy
dean.manzoori(at)broadcore(dot)com
310-360-2040

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