VoicePeer is developing a novel approach to providing telecommunication services to the estimated three billion people who lack reliable access to these services. VoicePeer uses wireless peer-to-peer networks specifically designed for areas in emerging nations which lack traditional telecommunications infrastructure.
VoicePeer's core technology innovation provides a low cost telephony solution for telecommunication providers in emerging nations to expand universal access. VoicePeer strategy of optimizing existing broadband technology solutions and repositioning those technologies for low cost communication applications will help bridge the telecommunication divide that presently exists in emerging nations, especially rural and underdeveloped areas. VoicePeer estimates that less than half of the world’s population has access to reliable telecommunication service, and this underserved market will benefit from the products envisioned at VoicePeer.
The first product under development at VoicePeer allows millions of consumers to obtain telecommunication services in areas previously untapped due to economic or physical constraints. The company is working to secure relationships with telecommunication providers interested in leveraging this technology to serve rural and underdeveloped markets with a minimal capital infrastructure compared to traditional landline based systems or mobile technologies.
The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas and was founded by three graduates from The University of Texas at Austin.
1. Avi Kumar MSEE, MBA
2. Nathan Calvert BSEE, JD
3. Loren Kirkpatrick MBA
VoicePeer has filed a United States patent covering the innovation, and will be expanding its operations to serve high growth markets in Asia and Latin America.
For more information about opportunities to work with VoicePeer to bring this innovation to market, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org