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VIVA Communications launches internet based voice and video services

VIVA Communications launches internet based voice and video services
Bangalore: VIVA Communications, a venture in the converged IP communication solutions space promoted by an Indian-born serial entrepreneur, is rolling out internet based voice and video services such as HD Voice solutions, IP Centrex, IP video and audio conferencing, remote and rural broadband, IP surveillance, along with WiFi services as well.

These solutions are designed to help organizations reduce their carbon footprint and rely on geographically dispersed teams, global supply chains, remote experts and immediate access to critical data that drive decisions. The company is a Category 'A' ISP which positions it well to provide nationwide services, particularly to the SME segment as it provides the company increased access to telephone lines/infrastructure.

Commenting on the rollout, Srinivasan S, Founder and Director, VIVA Communications said, "Though the demand for internet based voice and video services is growing exponentially in India, a significant percentage of businesses are unable to capitalize on it due to lack of availability of quality service providers in this arena other than really large organizations who are focused on large enterprises. VIVA Communications intends to fill that gap and emerge as the service provider of choice in this segment."

Its current enterprise services portfolio encompasses, international premium/HD voice solutions for corporate, particularly SMEs, in the international business, global/domestic Centrex - seamless virtual communication between offices as if they are part of the same infrastructure, allowing everyone across offices to be available on extensions and IP Video conferencing - Desktop based video conferencing, room based video conferencing and bridging facility for tele-presence with integrated video, voice and data communications at affordable and flexible pricing.

Also included is, audio conferencing - Network based completely reservation less conferencing solution that has the flexibility to use both PSTN and IP networks. It works on both hosted as well as on-premise model, data transport solutions - VIVA provides leased lines, data solutions for global companies including IP-VPN, Ethernet connect using their global partnerships. VIVA provides remote broadband and WIFI solutions enabling broadband connectivity for rural locations using mesh technologies

Additionally, it provides trouble free IP surveillance solutions for corporate, government and SMEs on a hosted basis thus eliminating the hardware and software maintenance and is charged on a per camera per month basis.

The VIVA passport provides the convenience of international calling without the hassles of traditional calling card at attractive rates.


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