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Interoute Launches One Bridge Conferencing

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LONDON -- Interoute, owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform, has announced the launch of Interoute One Bridge; a unique global platform built on Interoute’s network and communications expertise. The service enables everyone to join video and voice conference calls on any device, from anywhere.

Integrating Interoute’s global SIP Trunking capability (Interoute was the first SIP trunking provider in Europe to be certified with Microsoft® Lync™ Server 2010) with the Interoute One Bridge platform enables video and voice calls to join the same meeting, from any device. Whether it is Microsoft Lync users on their PCs, video conference suite users in the office, or smartphone and tablet users on the move, everyone can join virtual meetings anytime, anywhere, in crystal clear quality.

Commenting on the new service, Emma Keedwell, Principal Analyst, Business Network and IT Services at Current Analysis said; “The combination of Interoute’s One Bridge platform, which constitutes a global unified voice and video conferencing bridge, plus robust Global SIP trunking coverage, results in a compelling enterprise offering. Allowing voice and video to join the conference activity from multiple devices will increase accessibility, improve usability via virtualised meeting room options, and provide collaboration enhancements to the mobile workforce.”

The Interoute One Bridge solution comes with the option of unlimited virtual meeting room addresses; enabling a world where every employee has a personal virtual meeting room that is always available and never double booked. Microsoft Lync users can join meetings, share HD video, voice and content with “traditional” video systems, smart device users and other Lync users. And the built-in WebRTC capability means anyone who can get online can get onto an Interoute One Bridge virtual meeting.

Interoute Communications Ltd.

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