Packnet Blog

FonAngle has made the announcement that its internet bonding technology, MeshLINQ™, has been awarded the honour of being named 2012 Product of the Year for Internet telephony.

The firm’s solution provides its users with optimised bandwidth capacity as well as solid reliability. It further offers complete two-way QoS, which was only seen previously with MPLS connections.

The magazine’s CEO, Rich Tehrani, said:

“It is with pleasure that we recognize FonAngle with a Product of the Year Award. The editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY have verified that FonAngle’s MeshLINQ™ displays quality and innovation while providing solutions to real business communications challenges.”

He went on to applaud the FonAngle team, praising the commitment it had shown to developing the technologies associated with IP communication.

The firm’s dedication to offering high standard IP communication solutions sees blue-chip customers continue to take up its services. Its Hosted Office Phone System was praised recently by Liquidware Labs in FonAngles’ blog. Jason Mattox, CTO of Liquidware Labs, said that FonAngel’s customer service goes “above and beyond”.

Chris Myers, FonAngle CTO, stated that an increasing number of companies are switching to cloud set-ups that need reliable, high quality bandwidth, but that financial constraints could make such set-ups difficult to maintain. He then went on to say how MeshLINQ™ could solve these issues and offer even more benefits for businesses.

In 2010, revenue for Business VOIP reached an impressive $49.8bn, a figure which is anticipated to reach $475bn over the coming three years. FonAngle also offers Mobile VoIP, which in the following three years is predicted to hit the $180m mark. According to Myers, this is partly due to such publications as Internet Telephony Magazine, which provides facts pertaining to the low-cost and reliability of Business VoIP/PBX solutions.

The product of the Year winners for 2012 can be seen in the Jan/Feb edition of Internet Telephony magazine.

Callum Byrnes