ITEXPO Miami 2013: Obihai to Exhibit Notable VoIP Devices
With so many people turning to Internet-based services for faster, more efficient and inexpensive solutions, Obihai, a creator of VoIP enhanced and cloud managed electronics and communications systems, has dedicated its efforts to creating cloud and Internet telephony products for both resident and business users.
Since the release of its first Obi and ObiTALK devices in 2010, Obihai technology has gained credibility and popularity among consumers for its notorious little box with “blinky lights” and for its easy-to-use deployment and quality VoIP mechanisms. By 2011, Obihai added features to its VoIP devices that reached heightened levels of notoriety and helped it pass the once renowned Cisco (News - Alert) devices in the race for top-notch consumer technology.
OBi devices give users the ability to make U.S./Canada calls and receive calls for free using Google (News - Alert) Voice. It also provided call bridging abilities from any phone across any two VoIP services and free seaming of calls between any two OBI devices, with Android (News - Alert) and iPhone connectivity.
Fast –forward to 2013 to ITEXPO, where demonstrations of Obihai’s network, OBiTALK, and products, like OBi302 and OBiPLUS WebRTC, will take place at booth #917. The company is using this as a chance to inform businesses and consumers about the overall benefits of its cloud management products.
The OBiTALK network essentially takes away the need of having a landline phone and the costs that are associated with it. The OBi302 allows customers to use its two on-board phone connection, as well as OBiTalk’s Internet based calling capabilities, and the ability to receive faxes. Its key features include up to four SIP accounts, universal localization, multi-service redundancy and duel registration.
To find out more about Obihai Technology visit the company at ITEXPO Miami 2013, taking place Jan. 29- Feb 1, in Miami, Florida. Visit Obihai Technology in booth #917. For more information on ITEXPO Miami 2013 click here.
Edited by Brooke Neuman