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Karix Mobile launches cloud communication platform

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 1, 2018, 6:56 pm IST
Updated Mar 4, 2018, 10:24 am IST
Karix Mobile has launched its cloud communications platform as a service and it was showcased at MWC 2018 in Barcelona.
While Karix.io will initially offer only inbound and outbound SMS APIs, the platform has a roadmap to offer services such as voice and video as well.
 While Karix.io will initially offer only inbound and outbound SMS APIs, the platform has a roadmap to offer services such as voice and video as well.

Karix Mobile, a Mumbai-based messaging solution company, has launched its cloud communications platform as a service (CPaaS) – karix.io. The platform was showcased at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona and would initially offer programmable SMS APIs that can be integrated into applications by software developers and businesses, to programmatically send messages across 200 plus countries.

“With the rapid proliferation of mobile application and web-based services, customers are no longer restricted to nearby geographies, but expand across cities and countries. To service and communicate with a global customer base, businesses have a growing need for reliable and scalable communications partners. With karix.io, businesses and developers with no skills in telecom can build state-of-the-art applications that are capable of sending automated messages such as transaction notifications, billing information, renewal messages, feedback etc. to customers across 200 plus countries,” said CEO of Karix, Jay Sheth in a statement.

 

While Karix.io will initially offer only inbound and outbound SMS APIs, the platform has a roadmap to offer services such as voice and video as well.

“We have made significant investments in the latest cloud technologies to make this platform enterprise-grade, secure, scalable and ensuring 99.995 per cent availability. We have arrangements with over 800 plus operators across the globe to ensure that there is enough redundancy built into the network,” Deepak Goyal, COO at Karix added in the statement.

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