Thursday, October 6, 2005

Voiceglo Changes Name to tglo

Voiceglo, a VoIP provider based in Florida, has changed its name to "tglo" (pronounced "tee-glow") and that all of Voiceglo's products will be consolidated under the "tglo" brand. As such, the GloPhone will become known as the tglo phone in the future.

The company also released the beta version of its tglo Central Command or "Centcomm" product. The product utilizes tglo's network and software to converge all communications. Users download a free plug-in and then begin using tglo's Centcomm as the single point of management for all of their communications needs. Centcomm's capabilities include:
SMS, Peer-to-Peer calling, Email, Call back, music, directories, calendars, groups, instant messaging, photos, broadcast video, broadcast audio, faxing, voicemail, voicemail-to-email, conference calling, podcasting, blogs and search.

Users can access all of these communications abilities from any device, including: mobile phones, home phones, desktop and laptop computers.

  • voiceglo was founded by Michael Egan and Edward Cespedes. Egan is the Founder and former CEO of Alamo Rent A Car, which he directed to become one of the nation's largest car rental firms before selling it to Republic Industries. Cespedes is a former investment banker with JP Morgan and also serves as President of and voiceglo.


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