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June 30, 2012

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ThePBXGuy

Hey great piece on VoIP. Wanted to make a quick note about 2600hz (Disclosure, I am a shareholder of 2600hz).

2600hz delivers the complete communications stack (APIs, Endpoints, Signaling, etc...) so the addition of companies like Voxeo and Twilio would be unnecessary. It's not to say that we can't partner with them, only that their functionality is already an integral part of our platform.

You can build and deploy big apps using our API. These apps can be backbones for entire countries or the phone tree for a lemonade stand. It's up to you to dream.

But yes, just ask any one of 2600hz's resellers: VoIP has entered caretaker mode!

Rlee319

Thanks for this great post, Andy! You've really captured our vision pretty well here. We're trying to build a communication system that both users and IT can love :) This is just the beginning, there's more to come!

For anyone interested in taking a peek at the interface, this demo tutorial should help http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dKA-c9PkZY

Schred

Thanks for this awesome write-up! We're really excited about what we're building and, yes, I think this is part of a grander picture.

It is worth noting that we already provide *ALL* of the functionality Twilio providers. I think Voxeo or IfByPhone would be closer concepts for merging technologies.

We'll see where it goes!

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