Start-up Onebox.com is launching an IP-based unified messaging service this week that it says will be able to reliably support more than 100 million users through fault-tolerant mirrored storage from EMC. Onebox.com enables users to access fax, pager, voice and e-mail messages through a phone or a Web browser. The browser provides a graphical way for people to manage their unlimited number of messages, which can be stored indefinitely.
The service will initially be offered free through local phone numbers in the US, but a spokesman said: "We are planning on rolling out internationally in the future." Premium services, such as home phone number integration, are planned to be delivered in November for a fee.
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