AVANT, TelePacific, VeloCloud, Jive Communications, and Voxox are among the many vendors making product and partner program news at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo, which is currently underway in Las Vegas.
News is flowing from major vendors in the telecommunications, networking, and cloud computing markets at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo in Las Vegas this week. Here’s a look at some of the biggest announcements made so far.
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Subscribers to Cloud Phone, a virtual phone system for “micro-businesses” from Voxox, can now place calls to and receive them from Mexico in addition to the U.S. and Canada.
The new capability is now included in the San Diego-based vendor’s existing subscription options, which range from 1,000 monthly minutes to unlimited calling.
“In adding Mexico calling within our standard bundled subscription plans, we hope to make communications more cost-effective for entrepreneurs who regularly have business dealings with colleagues in Mexico,” said Voxox CEO and co-founder Bryan Hertz, in media remarks. “We’ve prioritized securing incredible calling rates to advance entrepreneurship, not just in Mexico but all around the world.”
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