2600hz Expands Services to International Markets
2600hz expands to international markets, integrating its services with Voxbone and developing translation capabilities on its open-sourced KAZOO platform.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
2600hz, a leading provider of mobile and cloud communication services has just announced its expansion into international markets. 2600hz has integrated its services with Voxbone, a telecommunications company that provides voice services internationally for carriers, cloud communications providers and enterprise contact centers. 2600hz recently started selling phone numbers in international markets. Clients can now utilize 2600hz’s platform to send and receive calls in Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America as well as its existing pool in North America. As 2600hz continues to expand its international footprint, it opens up the path to enhance mobile carrier relationships for international customers.
2600hz is supported by an extensive network of developers working on its open-sourced KAZOO platform. Predominantly focused in North America, 2600hz has expanded its European footprint by bringing in new community members. These community members have introduced the Internationalization (I18n) feature to 2600hz’s User Interface (UI). Language on the UI no longer has to be hardwired just to English. Every message, text and error displayed on the UI can be translated into a native language. Currently only Russian and English are available, but in the coming weeks and months new languages will be available on 2600hz’s UI.
“As our global reach of clients and developers broaden, so does the impact on businesses,” said CEO Darren Schreiber. “Our goal is to create a dynamic environment, empowering developers and clients to change the face of communications.”
2600hz is a leading provider of mobile and cloud communications software, providing voice, video, fax and SMS technologies. 2600hz empowers its customers to take control of large telecom infrastructures by removing the barriers between users and their telecom systems. The 2600hz platform makes it easy for developers to create telecom applications with open access APIs. Based in San Francisco, California, 2600hz is a privately owned company. For more information, visit http://www.2600hz.com or follow 2600hz on Twitter.
KAZOO is an open-sourced UI, supporting thousands of developers worldwide. It’s a scalable, distributed, cloud-based telephony platform that allows developers to build powerful applications with a rich set of APIs. 2600hz designed KAZOO to be the first system that provides total control and ownership of communications. No other hybrid-cloud gets you to market faster or scales larger.
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