Karix Mobile launches its Cloud Communication Platform – karix.io

Karix Mobile (formerly known as mGage India) headquartered in Mumbai, India – has announced the launch of its cloud communications platform as a service (CPaaS) – karix.io. The platform was showcased at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona(Feb 26 – March 1, 2018) and would initially offer programmable SMS APIs that can be integrated into applications by software developers and businesses, to programmatically send messages across 200+ countries.

Commenting on the launch, CEO of Karix, Jay Sheth said, “With 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+ countries.”

Deepak Goyal, COO at Karix said, “With karix.io, we will cater to a global clientele. We have made significant investments in the latest cloud technologies to make this platform enterprise-grade, secure, scalable and ensuring 99.995% availability. We have arrangements with over 800+ operators across the globe to ensure that there is enough redundancy built into the network. We are very excited to launch this platform with a free trial, no-strings-attached offer for all users. Customers visiting us at our stand at Mobile World Congress can collect a limited edition trial coupon for $50.”

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

 @Technuter.com News Service

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