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[January 31, 2013]

Leading Cloud Service Provider Alteva Makes Presentation at ITEXPO

PHILADELPHIA, PA, Jan 31, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Alteva (previously referred to as WVT Communications Group) (NYSE MKT: WVT), the parent company of leading cloud communications pioneers, is participating in ITEXPO through February 1, 2013 at the Miami Convention Center, hosted by TMC.net. The meeting is expected to host more than 7,000 attendees from all sectors of the IP Communications industry.

Alteva, North America's largest provider of enterprise hosted VoIP, and one of the top ten largest providers of Unified Communications (UC) to businesses, can be found at Booth #729. Yesterday, Guy Yasika, Alteva's Regional Sales Manager and Chair of the Unified Communications community for CompTIA, participated in a panel discussion on Accelerating Managed Unified Communications Adoption.

The panel session was led by Daniel O'Connell, Analyst at Gartner, and addressed a report that approximately 40 percent of enterprises have adopted UC and collaboration systems, while another 35 percent are planning to deploy the technology within the next two years. The remaining organizations are still testing and evaluating different systems to establish if UC is right for their businesses. As the industry continues growing, Alteva has remained a strong and consistent market leader.

About Alteva Alteva, a cloud-based Unified Communications (UC) solution provider headquartered in Philadelphia, offers the most reliable network, the most responsive and proactive customer service and the best value to its customers. It delivers cloud-based UC solutions including Voice over IP phone systems and service (VoIP PBX), hosted Microsoft Communication Services, fixed mobile convergence, and advanced voice applications for the desktop. Alteva's service requires minimal installation and configuration while eliminating monthly phone and on-premise system maintenance charges, reducing overall communication costs and enabling organizations to improve productivity. By combining Alteva's voice service with Microsoft Communication Services products, including Microsoft Exchange, Office Communication Server (OCS), and SharePoint, Alteva's customers receive a true, high-quality, voice-enabled UC solution that easily integrates with existing business applications. Based in Philadelphia, Alteva is North America's largest provider of enterprise hosted VoIP, and provides hosted UC solutions to businesses in all 50 states and four continents. For more information about Alteva, visit http://www.altevatel.com, the Alteva YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/AltevaLLC, follow us on Twitter @AltevaInc or call 1-877-258-3821.

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SOURCE: Alteva

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