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March 27, 2008

CallWave to Demo FUZE at CTIA Wireless 2008

CallWave (News - Alert), a provider of Internet-based telephony applications and services that integrate mobile phones and computing, has announced that it will demo FUZE. This easy-to-use, personalized communication service for today’s mobile professional will be demonstrated at the CallWave booth #808 at CTIA (News - Alert) Wireless 2008 in Las Vegas next week.

The company is encouraging attendees to stop by and see first hand how FUZE lets users communicate and collaborate in any way, from anywhere, from a computer or a mobile phone. 

To offer the ultimate in flexibility, FUZE integrates new features in an intuitive interface that include high-definition video collaboration with high-definition audio conferencing, local and long distance Internet calling, speech-to-text transcription, Internet fax, visual voicemail, SMS, instant messaging and more.

CallWave kept the user in mind as FUZE save time and money as there is little to no learning curve. And, since FUZE is browser-based, there is no software to download or special equipment required.

FUZE is positioned as the next generation in unified communications, offering proprietary and groundbreaking features, including browser-based, and high-definition synchronized video collaboration. It also offers a sophisticated audio/video collaboration experience with remote access from any computer and from 3G or WiFi (News - Alert) enabled phones.
As an unmanaged Web service solution, FUZE requires little to no integration or IT management. Unlike other products currently available in the market, FUZE allows users the flexibility of calling in from Skype in addition to landline or mobile phones.  
Optimized for mobile users, FUZE enables 3G or WiFi connected users to view business documents like PowerPoint and videos as part of the conference call. Patent-pending technology synchronizes media streams across formats, devices, and bandwidth capabilities to account for latency.

FUZE also offers such services as high-definition audio conferencing, collaboration, voice-to-text transcription, local and long distance calling, Internet fax, visual voicemail, SMS, instant messaging and more. A significant user advantage is that CallWave offers many of FUZE’s communications application and services on an a la carte basis.
As an open API platform, FUZE will be available to developers to expand on and develop new applications and services to support global telecommunications. CallWave offers developers a low risk application development environment because of its patents and I.P. portfolio.

CallWave is taking an innovative approach with this solution as addresses the business needs of today, without requiring integration or interoperability specifications in order to provide benefit to the user. The company has done well to provide the key features that users are demanding, while also making them available as needed.
Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMC (News - Alert) and has also written for eastbiz.com. To see more of her articles, please visit Susan J. Campbell’s columnist page.
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