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2600hz CEO Darren Schreiber Discusses Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) at the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley

2600hz CEO Darren Schreiber took part in a panel and a rapid-fire presentation at the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley, discussing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and his company’s role in the rapidly growing industry.

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2600hz's unique position in the market allows us build relationships with major carriers and vendors to scale our business.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 03, 2014

2600hz co-founder and CEO Darren Schreiber, at the invitation of Telecom Council of Silicon Valley, was a featured speaker at the Telecom Council Deep Dive: Infrastructure as a Service, IaaS. Mr. Schreiber took part in a panel discussion and a rapid-fire presentation to Telecom Council members, discussing Infrastructure as a Service and 2600hz’s role in the rapidly growing industry.

The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley event had taken place on May 22nd at Ericsson, Inc. offices in Santa Clara, California. Mr. Schreiber was joined in a panel discussion with top executives at Violin Memory, Egnyte, Ensim Corporation, Jamcracker and Ericsson. The lively discussion explored how IaaS is revolutionizing the telecom industry, examining the trends, and exploring how companies like 2600hz are playing their part in the industry.

During the rapid-fire presentation, Mr. Schreiber presented 2600hz’s telecom platform and infrastructure services offering. Using 2600hz’s unique Telecom Apps and APIs, partners can provision voice, messaging, and data solutions over its platform. 2600hz gives customers control to manage provider relationships while helping them build a carrier-grade network and infrastructure.

Mr. Schreiber performed a demo of 2600hz’s new mobile service, integrating a 4G smartphone seamlessly with a fixed-line service. 2600hz Mobile enables customers to utilize their cell, home and/or desk phone as if it was a single line or extension. Users that have a work and personal number can use them from any phone, and can pick up in-progress calls on a different device without disrupting the conversation.

“The Telecom Council provides a perfect springboard for 2600hz to become more involved with major telecom partners in the Silicon Valley,” said Mr. Schreiber. “2600hz's unique position in the market allows us build relationships with major carriers and vendors to scale our business.”

2600hz recently joined the Telecom Council, representing the cutting edge of Telecom innovation in the Silicon Valley. Prior to this event, 2600hz had received the Telecom Council Core Award for Best Fixed Telecom Opportunity at the Service Provider Forum (SPIF) in 2013. The awards recognize the most outstanding telecommunications start-ups in Silicon Valley, as judged by SPIF members.

About 2600hz
2600hz offers Telecom Platform and Infrastructure Services to help capture Enterprise clients. 2600hz’s Telecom Apps and APIs enable customers to provision rich voice, messaging, and data solutions. 2600hz gives customers control to manage provider relationships while helping them build carrier-grade networks and infrastructure, reducing downtime and increasing QoS. Combined with seamless integration with Network Operators and IaaS vendors, 2600hz enables customers to drive comprehensive solutions into the enterprise. Based in San Francisco, California, 2600hz is a privately owned company. For more information, visit 2600hz's home page or follow on Twitter.

About the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley
The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley is where telecom meets innovation. The Council connects the companies who are building communication networks, with the people and ideas that are creating it – by putting those companies, research, ideas, capital, and human expertise from across the globe together in the same room. Last year, The Telecom Council connected over 2,000 executives from 750 telecom companies and 25 fixed and wireless carriers across 40 meeting topics.


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