Next-generation cloud telecom pioneer FracTEL and Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) announced this week from Indialantic, Florida, that FracTEL will provide local, long distance and toll-free telephone service for the main FIT campus, plus associated amenities.
"When we switched our telecom service to FracTEL, the installation was simple and trouble free,” Hilary Shrey, FIT’s telecom operations manager, said. “We view this move as very low risk, since FracTEL does not require a long-term contract for service. Moreover, uniquely among telecoms that we considered, FracTEL provides a 100 percent uptime guarantee SLA, further reducing risk.”
With a patented core technology, FracTEL is known for its dependability, security and economy in the telecom industry, supporting large-scale cloud-based business deployment with customized ‘Tele-apps.’
“Since acquiring the service from FracTEL, it has been completely reliable and has delivered the promised savings,” Shrey said. “The FracTEL system also offers 256-bit encryption … allows simple integration of off-site locations into a unified telecom system and gives us the ability to develop useful tele-applications, which will help us integrate telecom with our other IT functions. We couldn’t be happier with the relationship.”
FracTEL will also integrate remote locations to establish high-tech video conferencing capability for FIT’s new media center; and further provide opportunities for the two parties to evaluate emerging applications that integrate with other FIT information systems using FracTEL’s patented, feature-based Cloud PBX platform.
“We are pleased to partner with an institution as prestigious as Florida Tech, and we are gratified to be selected from a formidable field of competitors after a very rigorous process,” FracTEL President Michael Crown said. “We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”
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