Telesphere (News - Alert) Networks, a nationwide provider of business VoIP phones and Internet services, announced its participation at the 2011 Channel Partners Conference & Expo in Las Vegas March 13-15.
According to Clark Peterson CEO of Telesphere, the company has “fundamentally changed how businesses think about telecommunications, and has paved the path of cloud communications.”
Telesphere’s network of platforms, which provides an end-to-end communications solution powered by the cloud, has made it the ideal partner for agents and distributors of communications services across the U.S.
“Our diverse technology partner ecosystem provides our channel partners and agents with saleable and scalable communications solutions that almost sell themselves to business, finance and IT decision-makers,” Peterson added.
Telesphere is certified with a mix of premier technology platform partners including softswitch leader Broadsoft and fixed mobile communications solutions provider Varaha (News - Alert) Systems. These partnerships enable the company to support the sales channel with a reliable and trusted offering.
According to Peterson, cloud-based hosted voice and communications services, Unified Communications (News - Alert) (UC) and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) are all quickly becoming part of what’s needed by growing and evolving businesses looking for some sort of entry level into business VoIP.
Telesphere, through its channel partners, offers the highest quality blend of solutions, with the widest suite of advanced features and services, all developed through alliances and partnerships with the highest echelon of technology providers, Peterson added.
The company achieved a significant milestone in cloud-based communications after the acquisition of business VoIP Company Unity Business Networks in 2009. Since then, Telesphere has created an unsurpassed cloud-based communications solution for business that is backed by a custom designed back office system tailored to the needs of the hosted business communications customer.
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Edited by Charles West