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Today Zoom announced new integrations and features for Zoom Phone, Zoom Rooms, and Zoom Meetings, all core services of our video-first unified communications platform. Zoom brings together video, voice, content sharing, and chat across all devices and workspaces in a single cloud platform that is easy to deploy, manage, and use. With over 200 product enhancements a year, we are highly focused on innovation. Among the exciting new developments:
Expanded Capabilities for Zoom Phone
Zoom Phone (previously named Zoom Voice) is a modern cloud phone system available as an add-on to Zoom’s Meetings service for US and Canadian customers. Support for inbound and outbound calling through the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and seamlessly integrated telephony features enable customers to replace their existing PBX solution and consolidate all of their business communications and collaboration requirements into our video-first platform. New features available for Zoom Phone in April 2019:
New Zoom Rooms Hardware Solutions
Zoom provides the next generation of video solutions for conference rooms and workspaces. These offerings include software-based solution Zoom Rooms, SIP/H.323 bridge Conference Room Connector, as well as Digital Signage and Scheduling Display included with Zoom Rooms. At Enterprise Connect, Zoom will showcase various new solutions with hardware partners that make it easier than ever to deploy Zoom Rooms:
Smart Features For Zoom Meetings
Zoom Meetings provide HD video, audio, and content sharing across all devices and spaces. Zoom Meetings are easy, reliable, and secure to host and join, featuring powerful collaboration tools and persistent, cross-platform group chat. Using AI and integrations, Zoom Meetings are getting even smarter. New to Zoom Meetings:
“After releasing Zoom Phone in January, I’m proud that we could follow on quickly with these valuable contact center partnerships and our phone-to-video capability – a truly unique offering that stays true to our core as a video-centric platform. I’m also excited to announce the newest offerings from our Zoom Rooms hardware partnerships. We teamed up with these companies for the long-run because they share our vision for simple, versatile, and high-quality video-enabled workspaces, and these new solutions exemplify this goal,” said Oded Gal, head of product management for Zoom.
“Zoom is taking the UCaaS market by storm,” said Elka Popova, global VP of connected work research at Frost & Sullivan. “The innovative provider continues to lead the pack, launching compelling new products, useful features, and deep integrations at an astonishing pace – all with a clear eye on what both IT staff and end users really need in their business communications. I am particularly excited to see Zoom making good on its Zoomtopia 2018 promises with the new Zoom Phone capabilities as well as the tighter single-vendor Zoom Rooms solutions with partners.”
Visit Zoom at Enterprise Connect – booth #213 at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando, Florida, March 18-20. Zoom and its customers are also taking part in various speaking engagements at the conference, among them: “How Zoom Can Help You Build the Workplace of the Future” featuring Oded Gal and Zoom group product manager Nitasha Walia (3/19, 2:15 pm, Sun C) and “Enterprise Summit: Planning for a Future of Constant Change” featuring Joe Park, vice president, associate digital experience & enterprise architecture for Walmart (3/19, 9:15 am, mainstage).