Bluegrass Cellular selects Kodiak's Real-Time Exchange push-to-talk system with advanced voice service functionality

October 5, 2004

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SAN RAMON, Calif. and ELIZABETHTOWN, Ken. -- Kodiak Networks, the leading provider of advanced wireless voice systems, announced that Bluegrass Cellular, a locally owned and operated wireless carrier headquartered in Elizabethtown, KY, has selected Kodiak to deploy its commercial PTT system with advanced voice service functionality. Bluegrass covers 34 counties, with the largest continuous cellular coverage in the state. The carrier plans to launch its commercial service in late November, in time for the holiday gift-giving season.

Kodiak Networks offers wireless operators and their customers a unique value proposition. For carriers, the all-IP, standards-based Kodiak Real-time Exchange™ (RTX) System is designed to interoperate with existing cellular and back-office infrastructure, and can easily bridge analog and digital networks. Designed for consumers, business professionals and service workers, the Kodiak RTX enables valuable voice services, which extend beyond basic PTT functionality; including instant availability, instant conferencing, and real-time updates of personal and group contacts, directly from the handset.

“We selected the Kodiak Networks RTX System for our commercial deployment because it offers the richest feature set, highest voice quality and lowest voice latency in the industry,” said Damian Sazama, vice president, sales and marketing, Bluegrass Cellular. “With Kodiak’s advanced voice service capability, Bluegrass continues its tradition of offering innovative wireless voice services to our customers. We think these services will be extremely appealing to our existing subscriber base and attract new customers as well.”

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