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Working from home, keeping connected: 17 video conferencing and collaboration tools to consider - www.computing.co.ukWorking from home, keeping connected: 17 video conferencing and collaboration tools to consider - www.computing.co.ukPosted: 23 Mar 2020 12:00 AM PDTThe coronavirus outbreak is spreading chaos and anxiety around the world, causing businesses and individuals to reassess in a fundamental way how they are going to keep going over the coming weeks and months. One tiny sliver of comfort is that our internet-enabled connectedness has opened up new ways of doing things, allowing parts of the workforce to operate remotely, thus helping to slow the spread of the virus as well as enabling activity to continue in a way that would not have been possible even five years ago.For those employees able to work from home, audio and video conferencing can help reduce the sense of isolation that many are feeling, providing an all-important psychological boost as well as helping them plan a…

Jump Networks signs agreement to provide VoIP services - Dalal Street Investment Journal

Jump Networks signs agreement to provide VoIP services - Dalal Street Investment Journal


Jump Networks signs agreement to provide VoIP services - Dalal Street Investment Journal

Posted: 18 Sep 2019 12:00 AM PDT

Jump Networks Limited has signed an annual digital services agreement of minimum guaranteed revenues of Rs. 100 crore to provide wholesale Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.

The agreement is signed with Amtelfone Incorporated (Amtelfone), a fast-growing telecommunication service provider, offering wholesale VolP minutes and prepaid calling services to different markets.

According to the said agreement, JUMPNET will provide Amteltfone its proprietary VolP application called "JumpTalk" on a wholesale Software-As-A-service (SaaS) basis which will in turn be marketed and resold at a fixed monthly rate in the respective local markets by Amtelfone.

Earlier this week, Jump Networks entered into a share price agreement with OnMobile Systems Inc. It will purchase 19,000,000 equity shares of ONMOBILE at a price ranging between Rs. 75.50-78 per equity share. ONMOBILE's strong portfolio of products and long-standing operator relationships together with the technology thrust provided by Jump Networks will further strengthen the organizations' offering in the market.

On Wednesday, stock of Jump Networks opened at Rs. 57.40. In the early trading session, it was up by 5.5 per cent to Rs. 59 from its previous close of Rs. 55.95.

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