Feature Article

January 29, 2014

Vitelity's vMobile Gives Mobile User PBX Parity

Yesterday at ITEXPO, Vitelity Communications unveiled a solution called vMobile, which gives a mobile user all of the same PBX functions he or she would have access to using a desk phone at the office.

The vMobile solution, which initially supports Android mobile devices, is being demonstrated at ITEXPO.

Jeannie Zaemes, Vitelity marketing director, says vMobile allows users to switch between cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity, and doesn’t involve call forwarding or the download of a mobile client – the mobile user’s experience is exactly the same as the user experience with a PBX-connected desk phone. It allows mobile users to transfer calls the same as if they were on a desk phone, they can call others on the PBX for four-digital dialing, and they have the same on-hold music.

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“Truly you would know no difference,” says Zaemes.

Vitelity also recently came out with smartDID, which automatically creates E911, white/yellow page listing, 411, SMS, and voicemail transcription. It’s targeted at anyone buying those products individually today, but it’s now available as a one-stop-shop solution.

Eleven-year-old Vitelity offers a wide variety of wholesale services, origination and termination, local and toll free DIDs, virtual fax services, PBX co-location and hosting, and 911 services. The company, which is based out of Denver, has its own data center and 50gbps IP connectivity to every CLEC in North America. Its customers include CLECs and ISPs, as well as large businesses.

Vitelity also attended ITEXPO in Miami last year, when the company was promoting its International Direct Inward Dialing. This technology allows businesses or individuals worldwide to create a virtual local presence in 60 countries around the world. For more information on ITEXPO, which is just getting started this week, visit or come on down to Hall B in the Miami Beach Convention Center.




Edited by Alisen Downey


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