CallWave to demo FUZE at CTIA Wireless 2008

Posted by gasusan2005 on Mar 27, 2008

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CTIA Attendees Can Preview FUZE from CallWave, An Easy-to-Use, Personalized Communication Service for the Mobile Professional

image CallWave, Inc., a leading provider of Internet-based telephony applications and services that integrate mobile phones and computing, announced today that it will demo FUZE, an easy-to-use, personalized communication service for today’s mobile professional, at the CallWave booth # 808 at CTIA Wireless 2008 in Las Vegas, April 1-3. CTIA attendees are encouraged to stop by and see first hand how FUZE lets users communicate and collaborate in any way, from anywhere, from a computer or mobile phone.

What is FUZE? Keep reading after the break!

FUZE integrates in an intuitive interface powerful new features such as high-definition video collaboration with high-definition audio conferencing, local and long distance Internet calling, speech-to-text transcription, Internet fax, visual voicemail, SMS, instant messaging, and more. Users save time and money because there is little to no learning curve and, since FUZE is browser-based, there is no software to download or special equipment required.

FUZE, CallWave’s easy-to-use, personalized communication service, provides businesses of all sizes with simple to use applications and services to access information, communicate and collaborate in any way, from anywhere, from a computer or mobile phone.

FUZE is the next generation in unified communications, offering proprietary and groundbreaking features such as browser-based, high-definition synchronized video collaboration. Because it is browser-based, FUZE offers a sophisticated audio/video collaboration experience with remote access from any computer and from 3G or Wi-Fi enabled phones. As a Web service, FUZE is an unmanaged solution, requiring little to no integration or IT management. Unlike other products currently available in the market, FUZE allows users the flexibility of calling in from Skype in addition to landline or mobile phones.

FUZE is optimized for mobile users, enabling 3G or Wi-Fi connected users to view business documents like PowerPoint and videos as part of a conference call. Patent-pending technology synchronizes media streams across formats, devices, and bandwidth capabilities to account for latency.

Additional FUZE services include high-definition audio conferencing, collaboration, voice-to-text transcription, local and long distance calling, Internet fax, visual voicemail, SMS, instant messaging and more. CallWave offers many of FUZE’s communications applications and services on an a la carte basis.

FUZE is also an open API platform and will be available to developers to expand on and develop new applications and services to support global telecommunications. CallWave offers developers a low risk application development environment because of its patents and I.P. portfolio.

Source: CallWave press release

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  • Michael

    VERY BAD EXPERIENCE WITH CALLWAVE-
    I signed up for a free trial of Callwave online fax in March, 2008 (free if cancelled during trial period). The fax number they assigned me would not answer one day (Sunday), so I cancelled. They told me I would receive a credit of the charges on my credit card. I assumed this would happen, so didn’t verify.
    On May 15, I noticed the $22.95 charge was never credited. I called them, explained what had happened, and they told me they would issue a credit. I checked the next day and the credit was not showing. I called them again and they said the credit was issued, and it would show on my statement in 1-2 billing cycles. I explained I can check online, and it wasn’t showing. I asked for a supervisor, but he was busy. I asked for him to call me, and he said okay. By the same time the next day he hadn’t called. I called my credit card company, and they said there was no credit, and no transactions were pending. I called Callwave again, and went through the same thing again. I called again the next day, and finally was able to get a supervisor. He said the credit would issue on CALLWAVES END in 1-2 billing cycles, so in the meantime they would be earning interest on my money, as it’s in their account. I told them this was not acceptable, and I was going to post my experience with them on the internet … I wonder if what they are doing is even legal. (I still haven’t received the refund.)

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