Cavalier Telephone extends Southern IP telephony reach

Cavalier is answering the call for business-grade IP telephony by extending its IPeer IP telephony service into both the Birmingham, AL and Memphis, TN markets.

As a hosted PBX business service, IPeer provides a number of IP PBX features, including Live Message Screening, unified messaging, auto-attendant and call center queuing. Customers can also link their existing business voice, fax, voicemail and email with their respective wireless service.

Based on Metaswitch's softswitch technology, IPeer also automates other tasks including the ability to conduct moves, ads and changes or changing call forwarding or auto-attendant queues via a web portal.

For more:
- see the release here

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