(PRWEB) February 19, 2003
For immediate release: February 7, 2003
Redshift Networks Inc Adds Another Switch Site
Santa Barbara California-Redshift Networks Inc announces the commissioning of a Nextone Softswitch into its network. ÂThe Softswitch unifies the various core elements of the network, such as soft switches and application servers, by maintaining SIP and H.323 state and using the state information to control access to the network,Â said RedshiftÂs CEO Tom Wilson. ÂNot only will Redshift continue to supply customers with the highest-quality international telecommunications services, it has added an essential ingredient, voice over the Managed Internet, to maintaining its own competitive advantage.Â Redshift is one of the larger global carriers based in the US and Asia dedicated to carrying voice and data calls on behalf of other carriers. Redshift has changed the economics of international long distance by establishing and operating Redshift-NETÂ®, which delivers high voice quality over the Internet to and from countries around the world. Redshift converts calls from circuit-switched to IP format, and routes them over the Managed Internet to a destination where they are converted back to traditional phone calls. Redshift aggregates traffic from incumbent and competitive carriers and sends it to and from countries around the world. International carriers benefit from this aggregation because it quickly gives them new traffic without worldwide marketing and deal-making burdens.
About Redshift Networks Inc:In just a few years of operation, Redshift Networks Inc has become a large global carrier, based in the US and Asia, dedicated to carrying voice calls on behalf of other carriers. Redshift has changed the economics of international long distance by establishing and operating Redshift-NETÂ®, the company's Internet-based voice network. RedshiftÂs technology provides such high voice quality that tier one carriers can use Redshift for worldwide phone-to-phone traffic, without needing to tell their customers that the calls are actually traveling over the Internet. Customers include major carriers and many major traditional carriers worldwide, new competitive carriers in deregulating countries including local exchange operators (LECs) who outsource their new domestic and international long distance services to Redshift.
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Forward-looking Statements:Redshift has included in this press release certain "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. "Forward-looking statements" consist of all non-historical information and include the analysis of historical data in this release. Actual results could differ materially from those projected in the Company's forward-looking statements due to numerous known and unknown risks and uncertainties including, among other things, unanticipated technological difficulties, the volatile and competitive environment for Internet telephony, changes in domestic and foreign economic, market, and regulatory conditions, the creditworthiness of our customers, uncertainty in legal proceedings and other considerations.
Redshift Networks Inc
15 West Carrillo Street
Santa Barbara California 93101