- The new patent awarded to Fuze adds to the fundamental of reliable and flexible calling across the globe.
Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, Fuze is a cloud communication and collaboration software specialist for modern business ventures. Fuze recently broke the news of being awarded a new patent for temporary allocation and anchor address (e.g., phone numbers), adding to its “calling and communication” capabilities across the globe.
On July 7, 2020, the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) granted the cloud communications company the US Patent No. 10708441B1.
The innovative invention works toward directing incoming calls received from users in areas where SIP gateway services are not available into a shared cluster of phone numbers to connect calls to/from the intermediate carrier.
The USP of the innovation is that once the call made using the provisional number is complete, the same number once again gets to the pool and is made available once again for use. Technically, this process simplifies and expands calling services for Fuze users worldwide with a smooth caller ID interface.
President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Fuze Rob Scudiere said, “Many multinational corporations are looking to consolidate to a single platform for their global communications needs and require a solution that can connect legacy phone services to modern cloud communications.” Further, he added, “This technology empowers Fuze global users with reliable and flexible communication workflows in one unified communications platform, driving deeper collaboration across organizations.”