NextLevel Internet, Inc., a provider of cloud-based communications solutions, recently launched a new, fully-managed private cloud network for organizations requiring a modern, cost effective and secure alternative to traditional phone systems.
Originally, NextLevel Cloud was developed for first responders, whose loss of Internet connection could result in the loss of life, money, property, and reputation. But now, as the marketplace for cloud-based communications has grown, this fully redundant cloud service has been made available nationwide for individual businesses of any size.
"We built NextLevel's foundation with a private cloud that comes with a 100 percent uptime guarantee. This was and is of utmost importance when dealing with first responders," said Jerry Morris, founder of NextLevel, in a statement. "The beauty of this foundation is that we are now offering it to SMBs and large enterprises. We are delivering carrier-grade voice service over our very own private cloud that is specifically designed to provide exceptional clarity, reliability and redundancy."
Officials explained that NextLevel Cloud is designed to support fast growing companies with multiple locations and large numbers of off-site workers, providing free unlimited calling between endpoints.
The service is managed and operated 24/7 by the company’s telecom, Internet and data professionals.
Additionally, NextLevel also unveiled the company's new brand identity and image with a redesigned website and company logo. All visitors to the new NextLevel home page will experience a clean, modern and streamlined navigation design, the company said.
"The market spoke and it became clear for NextLevel to expand our managed voice offering across all verticals and to businesses of all size," said Mickey Chapatte, Channel Manager of NextLevel. "It's also with this shift that we found it imperative that our brand further reflects this evolution. We are extremely happy with our new web site design and company logo which visually echo the excellence of our hosted voice and managed cloud offerings."
Edited by Blaise McNamee