NewStep Networks introduced its Calling Service Node, a unique IP service control solution

July 19, 2004

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TORONTO -- NewStep Networks (, an innovator in advanced IP-controlled telephony solutions, today introduced its Calling Service Node (CSN), a unique IP service control solution that enables service providers, for the first time, to integrate telephony services with enterprise applications and deliver them cost-effectively across both TDM and IP networks. NewStep’s patented IP service control technology extends IP applications across public and private network environments, enabling carriers such as Bell Canada to offer telephony solutions that let enterprises achieve unprecedented operational and economic advantages.

NewStep also today previewed select details of its Office Anywhere™ service suite, an innovative IP-based solution that seamlessly and economically expands enterprise calling networks to mobile and remote users.

“Over the last five years, widespread IP service adoption has been held captive by both the fiscal and technical constraints of IP-TDM interworking,” said Neil Baimel, chief executive officer of NewStep Networks. “Today, this adoption model changes. Our patented service control innovation lets service providers bring the benefits of IP telephony to all networks with minimal capital investment. For enterprises, this translates into economic gains from sharply reduced toll charges, heightened staff and services productivity, and cross-network application support. For the carrier, the CSN enables tremendous service innovation, profit potential and the evolution of customer-optimized, loyalty-inducing services and features.”

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