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Teo Makes Cloud and Cloud + Services Available


July 26, 2013

Teo, a communications technology company, has announced the availability of its Cloud and Cloud + services.

The company’s customers wanted a bundled solution consisting of unified communications (UC) applications, session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking, long distance charges and support from a single vendor, according to Thomas Beck, director of marketing and business development at Teo.

"That is exactly what Teo Cloud service provides,” Beck said, adding that built upon the company’s r3nd architecture, Cloud service customers have access to the same solution set our premise deployed solution customers enjoy.

The company offers a Cloud + solution to customers who are concerned about an Internet service or network interruptions. The Cloud + solution adds a fully synchronized and self-reliant Teo UC node on the customer premise, enabling 100 percent of UC capabilities to remain operational even if cloud service or Internet connectivity is interrupted.

Customers of Teo Premise, Cloud and Cloud + have the option to change their deployment type at any time. Company officials said that they can change the deployment without reconfiguration of their UC system applications and endpoints.

Teo specializing in telephone and network solutions for Fortune 1,000 companies, government agencies, educational institutions and small and large businesses around the world.

According to Beck, the company’s r3nd architecture, introduced earlier this month, allows for 100 percent of system capabilities to be used even when network, power, or component failures occur.

Announcing its availability, the company said that it is the first solution available from any vendor that can support single site, multi-site and cloud deployments using the same software architecture. “The r3nd architecture stands for – resilient node, resilient network, resilient device,” the company explained.




Edited by Alisen Downey




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