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July 09, 2012

Neutrino Networks Launches Unique Patent Pending Mobile Conferencing Service


By Deepika Mala
TMCnet Contributor

Neutrino Networks Ltd., a U.K. registered company based in London, recently released its unique, feature-rich mobile conferencing service, http://www.mobileconference.co.

The new service, patent-pending, is both cost and commitment free and avoids contracts, commitment and all the costs of traditional corporate services.

"We're very excited because our innovative service is a world first and is a real boost for UK businesses that use conferencing services,” Lee Jones, CEO and ex-licensed mobile operator, said in a press release. "Whilst being free, the service includes all the bells and whistles you would expect with a high-end corporate service, including unlimited call recording, desktop sharing/online collaboration.”


A caller simply needs to pay their mobile operator’s standard charges to dial in to the bridge – which itself operates on a U.K. mobile number. By sending an SMS to 07924 77 0000 containing nothing but an e-mail address, the user receives an instant and unique PIN for immediate, secure mobile conferencing.

“Mobile users can access our service using our free App which works seamlessly across iPhone (News - Alert), BlackBerry and Android smartphones,” Jones said. “Non-mobile callers will shortly be able to dial into any conference completely free using the internet! This all runs on our licensed telecommunications network - which we own outright."

In an industry first, calls are recorded then transcribed by hand within an ISO-9001 Government Bonded secure facility. Later, using the firms' patent pending technology, they are streamed with audio textural synchronization.

The new service will also revolutionize conferencing by adding unique features and driving down costs at an important time when conferencing is in excessive demand.

In technology related news, FuzeBox, a provider of real-time visual collaboration applications, recently announced the global launch of its cloud-based mobile video conferencing and collaboration solution, Fuze Join for iPhone.


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Edited by Braden Becker

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