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Cisco Webex Cloud Connected Audio

Cisco Webex Cloud Connected Audio powered by InterCall carries your on-net and off-net audio traffic through our systems to the Cisco Collaboration Cloud. You receive a conferencing solution with integrated VoIP capability and a rich feature set.
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Deliver seamless integrated audio, web and video conferencing

Whether currently using Webex or in transition, Cisco Webex Cloud Connected Audio powered by West offers you with the efficiencies and savings of working with a single vendor for your conferencing solution.

With a complete range of calling options integrating VoIP, Cisco Webex Cloud Connected Audio is an investment today’s – and tomorrow’s – multimedia conferencing. Reduce your cost of system administration and management. Enjoy predictable monthly budgets. And take immediate advantage of the latest conferencing technology delivered by our team of Webex experts.

Connectivity can be delivered in a variety of methods including through a cross-connects or through direct IP connectivity via West IP Communications' Maxxis network.

Flexible, highly capable WAN service no matter your location

Explore the benefits of the Maxxis network from West IP Communications…

  • Multiple Tier 1 carriers ensures wide geographic coverage
  • Complete choice of network interfaces to suit your business needs
  • Resiliency unmatched by single-carrier networks

Empowered by SIP signaling

Cloud Connected Audio uses SIP signaling between InterCall’s IP network and WebEx’s audio bridge…

  • Front-ended by a Session Border Controller (SBC)
  • Interconnected by dedicated IP connections
  • Linking InterCall’s and Cisco’s data centers

WebEx experts delivering the latest conferencing tech.

  • Call-in
  • Call-back
  • Hybrid audio – i.e., phone & VoIP connections in the same meeting

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