SOUTHFIELD — 123Net, a Southfield-based telecommunications and Internet service provider, has launched a new hosted Internet Protocol PBX telecommunications service for businesses.
“Today’s businesses are dynamic,” said 123Net CEO Dan Irvin. “Employees need to work seamlessly without the constraints of antiquated traditional phone systems. Our hosted PBX system puts your telecom platform in the cloud, allowing for freedom, cost effective service and stability all while maintaining connectivity and access to office infrastructure.”
123Net has provided advanced communications to Michigan businesses since 1996. The company has supplied hosted PBX services to wholesalers and a select group of multi-location customers for the past six years, including healthcare systems, emergency management and financial institutions.
Currently, 123Net’s Hosted PBX service handles an average of 40 million minutes per month.
Now, 123Net officials say they’re expanding the hosted PBX offering in the company’s catalog of services.
The service will be provided on dedicated bandwidth across the 123Net 100-gigabyte-per-second-plus fiber network, which the company says will offer customers superior call quality, heightened redundancy, reliability and security not traditionally found with “bring your own bandwidth” hosted services.
“The role of good technology is to make life simpler and work more productive,” Irvin said. “Hosted PBX does just that with extensive, customer-selected functionality delivered via industry-leading infrastructure. By moving telecom solutions to the cloud, costs are lowered while performance is improved.”
For additional technical specs, pricing or questions, visit www.123.net or contact Cathy Sherrill at (248) 228-8210.
123Net has been successfully providing voice, data, and colocation infrastructure services to enterprises, carriers, ISPs, and technology companies for over 15 years.
123Net currently operates a fiber network connected to multiple global transit carriers, including Level 3, Savvis, Cogent, Comcast, Verizon, XO and others. Four metro fiber rings and long-haul fiber networks span more than 2,900 route miles and cover more than 70 nodes across Michigan.