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Zoom Partners with Voxbone

March 19, 2014

Zoom Video Communications, Inc., a provider of conferencing and collaboration services, recently announced that it has selected Voxbone (News - Alert) to connect to local telephone networks around the world. Voxbone will provide toll-free phone numbers to Zoom where its end users can dial into a multimedia conference from a regular landline or mobile telephone when a broadband Internet connection is not available.

Zoom, the cloud meeting company, unifies cloud video conferencing, and simplifies online meetings and mobile collaboration into one easy-to-use platform. The company offers solutions for video, audio, and screen-sharing experience across Windows PC, Mac, iOS, Android (News - Alert) and H.323/SIP room systems. Zoom is a privately held company headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

 “Zoom is proud to announce this partnership with Voxbone. We provide a world-class service, offering HD cloud meetings for people anytime, anywhere, on any device. This strategic partnership with Voxbone offers greater flexibility and affordability for our customers who rely on Zoom for global business meetings,” said Eric Yuan, founder and CEO of Zoom.

“Voxbone’s service is ideal for Zoom because it offers carrier-like quality of service with Amazon-like ease of ordering and service management, and requires no setup,” said Voxbone CEO Itay Rosenfeld. “As a result, Zoom can focus on what it does best, and that’s providing a top-notch video and multimedia conferencing service.”

Recently, Centrify Corporation announced a partnership with Zoom Video Communications to bring enhanced security with Active Directory- and cloud-based access controls and Single Sign-on (SSO) to customers, enabling them to securely share and collaborate while meeting enterprise compliance requirements. By joining the Centrify Alliance Partner Program, Zoom is executing on a strategic partnership with Centrify that features joint sales initiatives, targeted marketing campaigns and technology integration. Through this partnership, Centrify for Zoom provides users with secure SSO access to Zoom's cloud meeting service.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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