Voxeet is one of those applications that almost certainly will go viral once it gets a few users to tell their friends, who tell their friends, and so on.

Voxeet, a startup whose mission is to eradicate conference calls as we know them and replace them with clear, clean voice transmissions on any device, is expanding its network globally.

The Sausalito, Calif.-based company, which on April 6 relaunched v4.0 of its free-to-use cloud app, told eWEEK that it turned on its international service the same day, utilizing data centers in Europe and Asia-Pacific in addition to its main center in Virginia.

The privately-held company also revealed that it has secured $1.5 million in new venture funding.

Voxeet is one of those applications that almost certainly will go viral once it gets a few users to tell their friends, who tell their friends, and so on. It costs nothing to use, yet it bumps up the quality of conference conversations to 3D surround-sound-type quality. Who wouldn’t want a much higher-quality conference call experience in any type of situation? Read more on eWeek >