CommuniGate Systems Power GO Telecom's (Ethihad Atheeb) Revolutionary Digital Voice Service GO Terhal for the Worldwide Saudi Community
GO (Etihad Atheeb Telecom) launches revolutionary communications concept based on CommuniGate Systems' technology
GO Telecom's innovative service combined with the performance and reliability of CommuniGate Pro deliver virtually all types of communication capability from a single, super-scalable solution.
GO Terhal subscribers can access their files, and make free and low cost phone calls in super-clear HD Voice from any web-enabled computer, thanks to CommuniGate Systems' browser based unified communications application, Pronto!.
Available for both business and consumer subscribers, the technology enables GO Terhal subscribers to stay connected anywhere, from any device via one number.
Boasting High Definition (HD) Voice VoIP and Video, mobile VoIP (mVoIP), social network integration (including Twitter, Facebook), hosted IP PBX, HD conference calling, instant messaging (IM) & presence, email, address books, calendaring, collaboration, mobile synchronization, personal filestorage and more, Terhal Web and CommuniGate Pro offer the most cost-effective, most complete unified communications platform.
"CommuniGate Systems' technology and expertise have been crucial in delivering this innovation in telecommunications to the market," said Zaid Al-Shabanat, Chief Executive Officer, GO Telecom, "With their support and the hard work of young Saudi Cadres, we have been able to provide cutting edge HD Voice services and create the first cloud communications solution in the region tailored to meet the needs of the Saudi market."
Responding, Carlo Petrolo, CommuniGate Systems' Director of Middle East and Africa said, "GO Telecom gave us an exciting challenge with GO Terhal. Partnering with them to bring their vision to life has been rewarding, and we believe Go Terhal will revolutionize communications for Saudi citizens all over the world."
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About GO Telecom
GO Telecom aims to become Saudi Arabia's service provider of choice by introducing world leading technologies, "GO" is committed to serving the community and the environment by revolutionizing the telecommunication standards in Saudi Arabia and providing world class services to our customers.
GO Telecom is the First Cloud Telecom Operator in the region and the second fixed-line operator to acquire a license from the Communications and Information Technology Commission (Saudi Arabia) (CITC) to provide fixed services in Saudi Arabia, "GO" provides Broadband Internet services over WiMAX, fixed line VoIP services, and Intergraded Communication solution to consumer and business sectors. For more information visit: www.go.com.sa
CommuniGate Systems GmbH
CommuniGate Systems develops carrier-grade unified communications software for fixed-line, cable and mobile operators to deliver value-added voice and multimedia services over their IP-based networks. The Company's software solutions enable service providers to deliver hosted, SaaS, or cloud-based communications, including Voice over IP (VoIP), Mobile Voice over IP (mVoIP), Unified Communications and converged mobile and fixed-line services cost-effectively at massive scale.
The Company's software comprises of the industry acclaimed CommuniGate Pro(TM) , and the application suites Pronto!(TM) , MobileOffice(TM) , UC Centrex(TM) , VoicePlus(TM) and MessagePlus(TM) .
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