UniVoIP emerged in 2005 from Telenet VoIP, Inc, a leading-edge company, founded in 1977, dedicated to high-quality design and installation of integrated systems.
Powered by a team with over 40 years of experience together, UniVoIP is a pioneering leader in Hosted VoIP and UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service) solutions for organizations nationwide. UniVoIP offers comprehensive business communication platforms, multimedia contact center functionality, cloud-based collaborative and productivity tools, mobility applications, custom application integration with existing business systems and a world-renowned suite of advanced IP phones with mobile integration functionality.
UniVoIP’s innovative solutions and software drive performance, productivity, and efficiency while embracing and overcoming today’s most demanding business communication trends. The principle product, OfficeConnect™, is an extremely robust and highly flexible solution delivering 500+ PBX, Contact Center and Unified Communication features via private, public or hybrid networking options in a multi-instance infrastructure environment.
We help companies of all sizes, worldwide, by providing Hosted Platform phone systems, unifying communications and consolidating network infrastructure. Modernizing operations and making it so they have an all-inclusive phone solution with mobility, strong ROI, and a fixed operating cost, including all future upgrades and changes.
– Asghar Ghassemy, UniVoIP CEO
A unified communication and collaboration environment that scales with your business needs.
Free your teams to communicate from anywhere, on any device. OfficeConnect™ provides unified voice, conferencing, messaging, fax, and more. Our state-of-the-art VoIP phones are far more flexible and cost-effective than legacy on-premises systems.
Keep your projects moving and synchronize your teams with best-in-class audio and video conferencing made simple.
Trust that your discussions with consumers, as well as team members, remain secure and private. We encrypt all voice packets—from both remote and on-site phones—using SRTP with 128-bit AES encryption. SRTP is compliant with both the federal standards for FIPS 140-2 Certified Encryption and the Department of Defense’s PKI Digital Certificate.