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News : West IP Communications Enhances Maxxis Application Network
Chicago, IL, Nov 5, 2014 -- West IP Communications, a subsidiary of West Corporation and a provider of cloud-based communication applications and services, announce significant enhancements to their Maxxis Application Network.
Maxxis is a managed network solution that supports the delivery of real-time communications, centralized applications and cloud-based services. The recent improvements to the Maxxis infrastructure include the addition of more data centers to the network, further improving the performance of the services they offer. Organizations with broadly dispersed locations will find this development especially beneficial as their network traffic will be routed in a more direct and efficient manner.
Other enhancements include increasing the network’s bandwidth, resulting in even better application performance. With this expansion, West provides its clients with even greater ability to scale up operations without negatively impacting network performance.
"These new enhancements are part of West IP’s ongoing commitment to expanding and improving the Maxxis network infrastructure and creating a better overall experience for our clients," said Randy McGraw, Senior Vice President of Technology and Operational Services at West IP Communications. "Extending best-in-class network performance is a critical component in providing our clients with a superior Unified Communication services experience."
The new enhancements are immediately available to users of West IP Communications services.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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West IP Communications is a provider of MPLS networks, hosted voice, centralized security, hosted contact centers, unified messaging and collaboration.
Published: Thursday, November 6, 2014