Viper Networks Enters into Talks for Middle East Expansion

Viper Networks, Inc., a leading innovator in voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) products and services, announced that it has entered into negotiations with Saudi Al-Terais Co. Ltd. of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to work through the details of expansion into the Middle East market with a high-profile and well known business in Riyadh.

Viper Networks CEO Farid Shouekani commented, "We have entered into negotiations with Saudi Al-Terais Co. Ltd in Riyadh to potentially accelerate Viper Networks' expansion in the Middle East. The negotiations are focused on each element of sales, marketing, technical, plus a dedicated presence in the market."
Posted on Feb 16, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Consumer VoIP Offering in India

Vistula Communications Services, Inc., a global supplier of flexible and reliable Voice over IP ("VoIP") services to major telecommunications carriers, cable operators and Internet Service Providers, announced that it has partnered with HFCL Infotel Ltd. (HITL), the first private telephony operator in Punjab, a region in Northern India and the east side of Pakistan, to launch the first niche consumer VoIP service in India.
Posted on Jan 30, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Israel's First Provider to offer Commercial VoIP

Juniper Networks, Inc. announced that 012 Golden Lines, a leading independent Israeli communications service provider, has selected Juniper Networks M-series routing platforms, VF-series session border controllers (SBCs) and integrated security devices for its new VoIP (voice over IP) network. 012 Golden Lines is the first service provider in Israel to be granted a government license to provide broadband-based voice services to customers, and selected a comprehensive Juniper Networks solution to ensure the quality, reliability and security of its voice and data communications services. The network has been installed by Juniper's local partners TNN and Ness Technologies.
Posted on Jan 17, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Pakistan's National Carrier Chooses iBasis for International Voice Service

iBasis, Inc., a leader in international long distance, VoIP, and prepaid calling cards, announced that Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), the national carrier of Pakistan, has interconnected with The iBasis Network for international VoIP services. The interconnection enables PTCL to route international voice traffic over The iBasis Network, the leading global VoIP network, as well as complete calls for iBasis over its extensive network in Pakistan.
Posted on Dec 19, 2005  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VoIP Helping Move India Towards Golobalization

Adiance Technologies became one of the latest Indian firm to launch VoIP service early last month, Mr. Kushal Sanghvi, Director, Adiance Technologies quoted that “Adiance Technologies had entered into VoIP research a couple of months back . Adiance has now entered into the market by offering complete N2N solutions.”
Posted on Aug 29, 2005  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Israeli Service Provider Deploys Juniper Networks M-series Routing Platform

Juniper Networks, Inc. announced that Israeli Internet and communications service provider smile Internet Gold has deployed Juniper Networks M-series routing platforms in the core of its broadband network. The routing platforms, supplied by elite J-Partner Netcom, are being used to expand the network and to provide business and residential customers with a range of high-performance, secure and reliable broadband services, including Internet access and voice over IP ( VoIP ).
Posted on Aug 24, 2005  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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