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Kahala Re-Invents Franchising case study

Case studies CommPortal MetaSphere Business communications

With over 5,000 quick service restaurant locations, featuring internationally recognized brands such as Cold Stone Creamery, Blimpie Subs and America’s Taco Shop, Kahala is one of the fastest growing franchising companies in the world. Dedicated to helping franchisees achieve all their entrepreneurial goals, Kahala turned to re-invent telecom, a leading provider of enhanced hosted telephony services that is built on Metaswitch, to help deliver a unique small business communications package.

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Media Resource Server datasheet

IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) MetaSphere Media resource server

Designed for scalability and resiliency, the MetaSphere Media Resource Server (MRS) has been purpose-built to deliver media resource functions for MetaSphere telephony application server solutions.  Optimized for advanced NGN VoIP infrastructures, the MetaSphere MRS leverages the ubiquitous Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), combined with the powerful but efficient Media Server Markup Language (MSML) to deliver customizable, multi-service audio features.

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MetaSphere Business Call Manager datasheet

Datasheets MetaSphere Application server Business Call Manager call management Business communications

MetaSphere Business Call Manager (BCM) combines all of our existing call management function, from Do-Not-Disturb to screening and forwarding, and provides straightforward unified configuration of those services across the browser, mobile and desktop clients as well as the traditional TUI. Handling incoming business calls has never been easier.

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MetaSphere MTAS (Multiservice Telephony Application Server) datasheet

Fixed-Line Transformation Datasheets MetaSphere Application server Consumer communications Business communications MetaSphere MTAS

From local calling services to advanced unified communications, the MetaSphere MTAS is designed to support a broad array of voice and video applications. As a critical component in next-generation network architectures (such as IMS) the Multiservice Telephony Application Server enables a complete suite of powerful residential and enterprise communication tools that may be deployed - on demand - as your business grows.

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