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Vertical Communications Announces Vertical Wave IP 6.0 at ITEXPO


February 08, 2017

Businesses today want to excel with communications. Most already realize how important it is to be efficient while cutting costs – and to get there you can’t ignore the cloud.  As new innovations make their way to the cloud, more and more businesses are making the switch.


Announcing its bid on this front during the opening session of ITEXPO today was Vertical Communications, a business communications solutions provider.

The company said it will be offering its Wave IP Communications System as a fully virtualized cloud communications solution. The new release, Vertical Wave IP version 6.0, includes a new Web browser app so users can leverage cloud microservices for RTC and other productivity tools.

The software-only communications makes it easier for businesses to manage cloud-based communications services like voice, video and IM.

“Innovations in cloud technology allow us to provide an entirely new generation of communication and collaboration features, microservices and capabilities that extend the value of the premise infrastructure,” explained Vertical Chief Executive Officer Peter Bailey.

Today was the kickoff to ITEXPO in Fort Lauderdale, the business technology event. Bailey also spoke to attendees at the conference about delivering value with communications.

“Through this integrated approach, our customers can streamline the transition to the cloud, and implement best-of-breed features and tools that meet their immediate needs while providing a cost-effective and flexible path for adding future services,” Bailey said.

The new Wave IP 6.0 is designed for the mid-market and offers businesses with 50 - 1,500 users the ability to easily access and quickly deploy cloud-based applications and services.

The offering is compatible with most browsers on iOS and Android devices and the Web version offers WebRTC-based communication and collaboration tools and features like presence management, conferencing, archiving, call recording and more. 




Edited by Alicia Young

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