Brekeke Introduces Hosted PBX Platform with True Multi-Tenant Archite

Updated: January 07, 2011

San Mateo, California (PRWEB) November 25, 2008 -- Brekeke Software, Inc., developer and manufacturer of award-winning SIP communication technologies, today announced the release of a Hosted IP-PBX Platform with Multi-Tenant architecture designed for service providers. With its superb scalability and proven reliability the platform is ideal for Software as a Service (SaaS) deployments.

With our multi-tenant IP-PBX platform, the service provider can offer the highest value for their customers' investment. Our multi-tenant PBX platform offers the sophistication of a full IP telephony system with redundancy, scalability and simplicity of managing multiple tenants and users under one roof.

To offer the most advantages on SaaS model deployments, as a voice service platform manufacturer, we have plans to collaborate with various SaaS providers to provide additional values and advanced technologies to our partners and users& &
The Brekeke Hosted PBX platform offers true multi-tenant features which allow service providers to work on one infrastructure for their entire service. Individual tenants are divided by virtual partitions, and each partition stores all individual tenant's data, configuration settings, and customized settings. In addition to having a IP-PBX platform that gives centralized control for all tenants and users, each tenant still has individual control of configurations and settings as if they are hosted on a dedicated, single server.

To further simplify the operation for service providers, Brekeke's hosted IP-PBX platform offers a one-stop, browser-based administrative interface to manage all tenants. The platform also offers tenants a user portal interface which eliminates routine administration tasks from service providers, and provides the flexibility and control to tenant administrators and users.

"With our multi-tenant IP-PBX platform, the service provider can offer the highest value for their customers' investment. Our multi-tenant PBX platform offers the sophistication of a full IP telephony system with redundancy, scalability and simplicity of managing multiple tenants and users under one roof," said Shin Yamade, president and CEO, Brekeke Software, Inc. "To offer the most advantages on SaaS model deployments, as a voice service platform manufacturer, we have plans to collaborate with various SaaS providers to provide additional values and advanced technologies to our partners and users," continued Mr. Yamade.

Brekeke PBX's Multi-Tenant Edition, has been deployed into numerous IP-PBX hosted services as their platform product, and has been very successful in providing secure and reliable communication for their customers. The product information can be found at the Brekeke website. Brekeke PBX Multi-Tenant Edition Product Page

About Brekeke

Brekeke Software, Inc., develops high-quality, innovative SIP communication software products for OEMs, enterprises, and service providers. Brekeke's comprehensive SIP-based family of products enables organizations to seamlessly migrate or integrate IP communication systems into their communications infrastructure. Founded in 2002, Brekeke is headquartered in San Mateo, California. For more information, please visit http://www.brekeke.com/.

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