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TMCNet:  Cbeyond launches TotalCloud Phone System in US

[December 11, 2012]

Cbeyond launches TotalCloud Phone System in US

Dec 11, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- Cbeyond Inc. (NASDAQ: CBEY) has announced its TotalCloud Phone System in the US Designed specifically for single or multi-location businesses with office, remote and mobile workers, TotalCloud Phone System can route and prioritize voice traffic via Cbeyond's carrier-class private IP-network linked to a secure data centre. The cost-efficient hosted phone system technology also reduces or eliminates initial equipment expenditures and the ongoing labour and support costs of maintaining a traditional, on-premise phone system.


Cbeyond initiated a controlled launch of TotalCloud Phone System in July 2012. The company's history of delivering innovative, reliable products includes launching SIPconnect, the first commercially available SIP trunking offering on a managed IP network in January 2005, and receiving the Frost and Sullivan 2012 North American VoIP Access and SIP Trunking Services Competitive Strategy Leadership Award in November 2012.

Cbeyond is the technology ally for small and mid-sized business. Since 1999, Cbeyond has served the unmet needs of businesses through technology and service innovation. For more information on Cbeyond, visit www.cbeyond.com.

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