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SentitO Partners With Telic, PactolusSentitO Partners With Telic, Pactolus

SentitO integrates its softswitch with Pactolus' feature servers and telic.net's billing server

March 16, 2004

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SentitO Partners With Telic, Pactolus

MORRISTOWN, N.J. -- telic.net, a provider of managed Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solutions, announced the formation of a partnership with Maryland-based sentitO Networks, the leading provider of advanced VoIP soft-switching solutions. The partnership enables the two companies to provide turnkey solutions to service providers, combining switching with managed applications that support wholesale and retail services, including a full-featured calling card platform.

"The alliance between sentitO Networks and telic.net boosts our ability to get customers up-and-running rapidly with a complete and reliable solution," said Eric Hernaez, president of telic.net. "Specifically, for our customers with growing traffic volumes, sentitO's NEO solution provides cost-effective scalability and features, such as a flexible Signaling Systems 7 (SS7) interface to Transactional Capabilities Application Part (TCAP) and Integrated Services Digital Network User Part (ISUP) services that low density voice gateways simply can't match."

"Network boundaries where VoIP traffic traverses one carrier's network to another's present a unique business consideration with regard to billing and settlement for all parties involved," said Joachim Hallwachs, vice president of marketing for sentitO Networks. "The integration of sentitO's softswitch solution and telic.net's billing server provides a fully integrated solution for this challenge."

In a separate release:

ROCKVILLE, Md. -- Pactolus Communications Software Corporation, a leading provider of Session Initiation Protocol-based (SIP) voice services for next generation networks, and sentitO Networks, a leading provider of advanced VoIP soft-switching solutions, today announced a strategic product partnership. The partnership integrates Pactolus' RapidFLEX(tm) server and SIPware(tm) services with the media gateway functionality of sentitO's New End Office(tm) (NEO) softswitching solution. This combination enables carriers to deploy turnkey solutions, such as conferencing and pre-paid services. In addition, it provides the flexibility and scalability to reuse the platform to develop new services and customizations to support new and changing business strategies.

"In the ever increasing competitive telecommunications market, it's critical for carriers to ensure that future capital expenditures will lead to reduced costs, new sources of revenue or a combination of the two," said Joachim Hallwachs, vice president of marketing for sentitO Networks. "The collaboration between Pactolus and sentitO in this product offering enables carriers to accomplish that objective and maintain a competitive edge as the industry migrates towards efficiencies and converged network."

"The partnership between sentitO and Pactolus offers a next generation solution for proven, revenue generating applications - and in much less time-to-market than with legacy systems," said John Adams, vice president of sales for Pactolus. "The interoperability and flexibility of sentitO-Pactolus softswitch-application server integration enables carriers' ability to support, customize or add nearly any kind of service, be it line side or trunk side."

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