Podcast: IntelePeer, WorkSpace Leverage OCS for Cloud Services

by Carl Weinschenk

IntelePeer and WorkSpace Communications used Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference 2010 to announce a unified communications and SIP trunking arrangement that the companies say will make it easier for service providers to offer Office Communications Server-based services.

IntelePeer and WorkSpace discuss their cloud service:   [swf file="http://vid.itbe.com/ctoedge/july12intele.mp3"]

At the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Confenence 2010 in Washington, D.C., this week, IntelePeer and WorkSpace Communications announced a hosted cloud-based unified communications service. The service, which is based on Office Communications Server, combines SIP trunking and other services from IntelePeer with WorkSpace's OCS environment, and is aimed at service providers.

Unified Communications Edge Site Editor Carl Weinschenk spoke with WorkSpace CEO Bryan DiGiorgio and Margaret Norton and Charles Studt, IntelePeer's General Manager and Vice President of Product Management, respectively.



This article was originally published on Tuesday Jul 13th 2010