Our relentlessly innovative partners help us deliver groundbreaking, high-quality solutions that redefine the way people connect through conferencing. Meet our collaborators.
Bandwidth is a communications technology company that’s transforming the way people communicate and challenging the standards of old telecom. Together with our customers, we’re unlocking remarkable value from IP networks, questioning the status quo, and helping people interact with technology and one another, oftentimes in ways they never dreamed possible.
Extentia Information Technology
Established in 1998, Extentia is a global technology consulting organization that delivers solutions to clients in 5 continents. With strong technical skills in Microsoft and open source technologies, Extentia has experience across multiple sectors including education, travel, healthcare and finance. Its much acclaimed Design Studio is a graphics design and UI group that actively supports a multi-skilled software development team. Extentia has offices in India, the United States, the UAE, and the UK. ExSeed is a consulting division that assists startups, early stage companies and businesses in IT and related spaces.
iXtentia is a division of Extentia Information Technology that focuses on Apple, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and other mobile technologies. The team has significant expertise in the development, design and support of mobile applications. iXtentia also offers marketing and promotional services for mobile applications, with applications for the iPhone/iPad listed among the top 200 on the Apple App Store.
Voxbone is the market leader in providing worldwide geographical, toll-free (ITFS) and mobile telephone numbers and inbound SIP trunks, enabling cloud communications services providers, conferencing and collaboration and enterprises to extend the reach of their voice services internationally, rapidly and with minimal costs. The company delivers high-quality inbound communications (often referred to as direct inward dialing, or DID) from more than 50 countries and more than 8,000 cities around the world, as well as the first emergency-calling service accessible in multiple European countries from a single IP-based interconnection.