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February 21, 2014

Voxeet Launches Version 2.0 of Audio Conferencing Solution

By Anuradha Shukla SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Voxeet has launched version 2.0 of its audio conferencing solution for iOS, Android and updated desktop softphones.

Version 1.0 was appreciated by a large number of customers and the second version promises to remove challenges associated with conference-calling so that users can focus on discussion instead of struggling with noise and echo.

Designed for the mobile generation, this conferencing service is ideal for the businesses that depend on smartphones, tablets and softphones for their communication requirements.

Audio conferencing becomes much simpler with this version as callers can easily understand one another leading to saving of time.

"Voxeet is the first service that I have used that actually emulates many of the attributes of being in a meeting, while on an audio conference call," said David Coleman, senior analyst at Collaborative Strategies, Inc. and GigaOM Research. "It is a mobile-first application, and the sound quality and stereo separation show their technology leadership in this area."

Voxeet 2.0 includes a range of features such as 3DHD audio, a roomlike experience, whisper mode for private and one-on-one conversations during conference calls.

The solution also enables integration with contact lists and Facebook to simplify tasks such as creating a Voxeet account and organizing contacts into frequently conferenced groups.

An intuitive user interface of this solution enables on-demand conferencing and simplifies tasks such as call transfers.

"With Voxeet 2.0's new audio engine and other enhanced features, we've raised the bar again for what's possible in conferencing and created an experience that people don't want to give up once they've tried it," added Voxeet founder and CEO Stephane Giraudie.

Voxeet recently received $1.5 million in seed-round funding. The round was led by Partech Ventures and saw participation from Aquiti, Kima Ventures and some angel investors such as Oleg Tscheltzoff of Fotolia and Jacques-Antoine Granjon of

Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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