JAJAH, Inc. today announced a partnership with Joyent, the innovative on-demand applications provider. The two companies will integrate voice into Joyent’s Connector, the award-winning collaboration and backup suite. With JAJAH integrated into Joyent’s Connector, customers will be able to make free and long distance calls over regular phones with a single click.
"As the Web continues to develop into a platform for communication and collaboration, voice will emerge as a ubiquitous channel," said Jajah Co-founder, Roman Scharf. "Our mission is to develop the most innovative solutions with the many technology and service vendors who are defining the future of work and life on the Web. Joyent is certainly one of those companies, and we are pleased to be working with them."
"Many vendors in the collaboration software market have paid lip service to 'Office 2.0,' but voice – one of the most important tools in communication – has been left out of the conversation," said David Young, founder and CEO of Joyent. "With JAJAH embedded into Connector, our customers now have a tool that potentially can enhance communication, collaboration and productivity."
The Jajah /Joyent partnership is the first of several Voice 2.0 announcements that Jajah will make over the next several quarters in areas as diverse as Web-based phone directories, customer support, social networking, and identity management.
Joyent (joyent.com) provides on-demand applications, compute, storage, and services to teams around the world. The ease with which Joyent’s solution scales to meet increased server demands allows end-user, startups and developers to focus on their business instead of their servers. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Marin County, California, Joyent serves customers around the globe in multiple languages and time zone.
About JAJAH, Inc.
JAJAH (jajah.com), the world's most innovative global communications company, is dedicated to bringing users vastly improved telephony solutions at a fraction of the traditional price. JAJAH enables consumers to make free and low cost telephone calls, locally or globally, dialing from either their computers or mobile phones. By combining the best of the Internet with the best of the existing telephony infrastructure, JAJAH removes the barriers to communication and makes it easier for people everywhere to stay in touch. Unconstrained by technology, infrastructure, or geography, JAJAH is positioned to be the first true player in the new world of global communication. Roman Scharf and Daniel Mattes, driven by their vision of global communication without barriers in terms of devices, rates, location or functionality, founded JAJAH in 2005. JAJAH has offices in Mountain View, CA and Luxembourg.