|By PR Newswire||
|September 22, 2016 09:22 AM EDT|
SAN JOSE, California, September 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Latest Release of Award-winning VoIP System Helps Small and Mid-sized Businesses Communicate Smarter
Today Kerio Technologies released Kerio Operator 2.5, enhancing its VoIP business phone solution for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) with a new softphone application, improved call quality and integration with MyKerio, the company's cloud-based web management tool that allows users to remotely monitor and configure their Kerio instances.
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"Using the latest VoIP technology we've made it even easier to make and receive voice and video calls", said Heather Paunet, VP Products of Kerio Technologies. "Users benefit from high quality calls thanks to the new Kerio Operator Softphone and the integration of two new codecs."
The new Kerio Operator Softphone for Windows, Mac and Linux, enables users to initiate face-to-face video calls, listen to and manage voicemail messages, forward calls and more regardless of their location using only their computer.
Support has been added for the highly flexible Opus audio codec that adapts to the bandwidth available, and the VP8 video codec, enabling both office and remote workers to enjoy high quality conversations.
"We're helping SMBs communicate smarter, keeping them connected to customers and colleagues anywhere, anytime," said Mirek Kren, CEO of Kerio Technologies. "Our goal is to unify and simplify the process of business communication and collaboration, whether through email, messaging, voice or video".
With its integration to MyKerio, the cloud-based web management tool, Kerio Operator 2.5 simplifies administration and management of multiple phone systems. MyKerio provides consolidated system information, monitoring, notifications and more.
The new release also adds auto-provisioning support for Ubiquiti UniFi phones, and extends the number of Grandstream and Snom models supported.
Kerio Operator is available as a Cloud-based voice service, hardware, software or virtual appliance. Kerio Operator 2.5 is available for download immediately with a free 30-day trial (including technical support). Visit http://www.kerio.com/operator for more information.
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