BT has announced that it would integrate its Ribbit internet call management technology with its Onevoice VPN business solution, which will let large international firms host calls through Onevoice VPN.
BT, which acquired Silicon-based Ribbit for more than hundred million dollars in July 2008, said the move would reduce the costs significantly and allow businesses improve their services.
Ribbit’s integration with Onevoice VPN offers not only a single number for incoming and outgoing calls but also an open API, which allows firms to create their own applications for integrating with cloud-based systems. Now, firms will be able to save money by routing calls over VoIP connections when out of office.
BT described it concerned decision as ‘landmark’ and said that it was confident that its new service would expand its customer base.
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