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August 8, 2005
BOSTON -- Datameg Corporation (OTC BB:DTMG.OB) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, North Electric Company, Inc., changed its name to QoVox Corporation (www.qovox.com) to better reflect its core business of helping service providers assure the quality of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other next generation IP-based services. This announcement is another in a series of milestones marking Datameg’s aggressive moves to create a top flight organization and build-out and deliver an integrated suite of tools and services for VoIP service management for service providers worldwide.
QoVox’s mission is to become a leading provider of network monitoring and fault isolation tools and services for next generation networks and services. QoVox aims to partner with leading communications technology companies to deliver a broad suite of integrated systems and services for verifying connectivity, measuring voice quality and isolating and diagnosing network problems. QoVox’s solutions will help service providers achieve and maintain optimal levels of service performance, increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty and operating the networks and services more efficiently.
“VoIP must be delivered with the reliable quality that end-users have grown to expect with traditional circuit-switched telephony. Therefore, network performance monitoring for voice quality is a key enabler of next-generation network services, such as VoIP. QoVox provides tools and services to measure voice quality that helps service providers attract and retain customers,” said Mark McGrath, Datameg’s president and chief executive officer. “Service providers need to know about voice services degradations and failures before they occur, and isolate problems before they become an issue for paying customers. QoVox has the products and service to meet that challenge.”
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