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VoiceInterop Unveils Project on Unified Communications Solution for International Transportation Company

February 02, 2009

VoiceInterop, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cleartronic, and a provider of unified communications solutions, announced that the company is currently working on a new project to deliver unified communications solution for an international transportation company.

This project on unified communications is expected to generate approximately $1.4 million in revenue for VoiceInterop, and is expected to be completed in March 2009.
Unified communications allows users to communicate to anyone, anywhere and at any time. This technology is the recent advancement of communications where analog voice is converted into digital packets and these packets are transported via Internet Protocol (IP). The packets allow for voice collaboration via a client's private LAN, WAN or public VPN Internet connections.
VoiceInterop aims to offer secure and reliable standards-based interoperable audio solutions to address the mission critical and business continuity requirements of organizations in both the public and private sectors. The company’s AudioMate software is aimed at offering secure and reliable unified communications.
VoiceInterop’s AudioMate360 line of IP-voice gateways is a feature rich IP audio solution for unified communications, mentioned the company.
The current project is built on Twisted Pair Solutions WAVE software and VoiceInterop's AM360 series of IP gateways, and will bring over 175 different dispatch centers into one center. The solution totally eliminating the costs and inefficiencies of operating the dispatch centers individually.
WAVE is Twisted Pair Solutions’ flagship software technology that enables Real-time, secure group communications over the IP Network.
"This project provides efficiencies and versatility that only the combination of Twisted Pair Solutions WAVE software with VoiceInterop's AudioMate360 gateways can add to a unified communications solution," said Larry Reid, president and chief executive officer at VoiceInterop.
Reid also mentioned that customers will be offered the options of purchasing annual support services. With the recently obtained sufficient funds, the company is likely to complete the project within the specified time.
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Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Michelle Robart

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