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Friday's Last Word: VoxImplant CEO Alexey Aylarov

VoxImplant CEO Alexey Aylarov sat down with Talkin' Cloud to help us understand who he is away from the office. Here are the details.

CJ Arlotta

August 15, 2014

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Friday's Last Word: VoxImplant CEO Alexey Aylarov — Who is he?

Alexey Aylarov is the founder and CEO of VoxImplant, a cloud platform that enables web and mobile app developers to add real-time voice and video capabilities. VoxImplant spun out from Zingaya, a click-to-call technology provider launched in 2010. Aylarov lives in both Sunnyvale, California and Moscow, Russia. He holds a master’s degree in computer systems and networks from Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

What does he have planned for the rest of the 2014?

Aylarov said the VoxImplant platform will soon offer a full featured unified communications stack (voice, video, IM, presence) for web and mobile platforms. The company is also making a lot of features that can be used for B2B services, like ACD, PDS, CallLists, etc.

What is Friday's Last Word?

Friday's Last Word welcomes cloud-centric CEOs who are willing to speak with Talkin' Cloud kick back and relax. Click on each photo to learn more about the CEO you're viewing.

Think you can handle sitting in the hotseat? Send an email to Talkin' Cloud Senior Editor CJ Arlotta at cj.arlotta [at] penton.com for further information. If he doesn't get back to you right away, bother him some more — and more.

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CJ Arlotta

Associate Editor, Nine Lives Media, a division of Penton Media

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