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Voxbone Welcomes Former Cisco Collaboration Senior Vice President to its Board as Part of Bid to Revolutionize How Enterprises Run Global Communications

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The global CaaS leader will leverage Dr. Jens Meggers' vast
experience to further its expansion into enterprise communications

Voxbone's mission — to take the complexity out of global business
communications and deliver a uniform, enterprise-grade cloud service —
has been bolstered by the addition of a new board member, Dr. Jens
Meggers. As the CaaS (Communication-as-a-Service) leader, Voxbone powers
almost every enterprise cloud communications platform with on-demand
voice and messaging services via API. Meggers' experience will be
indispensable as Voxbone
pushes further into the complex realm of enterprise infrastructures.

As former senior vice president and general manager for the Cloud
Collaboration Technology Group at Cisco, Meggers
brings deep enterprise software and services expertise to the Voxbone
board. An expert in creating robust, scalable infrastructures, he was
responsible for managing Cisco's cloud-focused portfolio of voice, video
and web conferencing services, which are used by millions of customers.
Meggers previously held leadership positions at Symantec and currently
serves as COO of exciting AI cloud collaboration play, Huddl.ai.

"Voxbone is quite possibly the best kept secret in cloud
communications," said Meggers. "The team has disrupted how
communications are consumed; now, it powers the entire communication
industry as well as businesses worldwide. Voxbone is changing the global
communications landscape and I am excited to join a company that
communications players can't do without."

With a Masters and PhD in Computer Science from RWTH Aachen, Germany,
where he conducted research in 3G/4G mobile internet applications and
video and audio transmission over networks with variable service
capabilities, Meggers also has several patents in data communications
and security.

"Jens is one of the rare individuals who has successfully brought
complex, critical cloud services to Enterprise users on a massive scale
and across several domains, such as communications and cyber security,"
said Itay Rosenfeld, CEO of Voxbone. "A seasoned executive, he not only
commands respect in the communications industry, but he's also a great
person to work with. We feel privileged to have him on board".

Voxbone allows enterprise customers to completely eliminate the need for
telephony services on a global scale. It handles the complexity of
operating a global communications infrastructure and replaces it with a
single cloud service, available on demand through web or API.

Businesses can 'plug and play' with on-demand voice and messaging
services in 60 plus countries, together accounting for more than 92
percent of the world's gross domestic product (GDP).

This mission to make mind-numbingly complex systems "strangely simple"
for its customers is exactly why Voxbone was so attractive to Meggers.

To learn how enterprises can build a fully-compliant, feature-complete
telephony stack in the cloud with Voxbone's voice and SMS services for
its on-demand virtual numbers, visit voxbone.com

About Voxbone

Voxbone makes it unbelievably simple to set up and manage global
business communications. Our on-demand virtual numbers, voice and SMS
services allow businesses to move their telephony to the cloud and
extend their reach into over 9,000 area codes in 60+ countries. A global
company representing 33 nationalities, Voxbone has offices in Austin,
Brussels, Dublin, Hong Kong, Lasi, London, Los Angeles, San Francisco.
Voxbone's happy customers include: Skype, Zoom, 8x8, Dialpad, Orange
Business Services, foodpanda, Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica, inContact
and Serenova. Check out our website at www.voxbone.com
or visit us on Facebook,
Twitter
and LinkedIn.

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