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[April 05, 2007]
Junction's Networks Recognized by CRN Magazine as One of the “Top 15 Key VoIP Players’” in the Market
Ranking validates company’s innovation and momentum in VoIP marketplace
Newtown, PA (April 5, 2007) - Junction Networks, a leading provider of hosted IP
telephony services, announced today that it has been selected by CRN Magazine as one of the “Top 15 Key VoIP Players” by the publication’s staff. The ranking, which includes many of the industry’s most notable companies, demonstrates Junction Networks’ momentum in the VoIP
marketplace as a company to watch.
"We are honored to be recognized among the top 15 in the market," said Michael Oeth, CEO of Junction Networks. He added, "We’ve had great momentum developing innovative ways to provide VoIP services with greater flexibility and reliability through SIP
, allowing our customers to access a wider variety of service offerings for their business needs."
Junction Networks maintains its leading-edge software-only network using internationally recognized open standards and open source software including OpenSER and Asterisk. By utilizing the Internet for voice and video from Junction Networks, businesses gain further flexibility while at the same time enjoying cost savings. Through a customized User Portal, customers can instantly provision services, change routing
and messaging procedures.
CRN Magazine, established in 1982, is written for executives in the microcomputer reseller industry to keep them abreast of technological and business developments in the industry and serves a wide range of resellers, from VARs and VADs to more traditional members of the reseller community, such as dealers and retail stores.
About Junction Networks
Junction Networks is a leader and innovator in the VoIP industry for business. With over 2,000 business customers ranging in size from 2 to 250 users, the company has been providing reliable and professional service since 2004. The company specializes in Hosted SIP solutions for business and leverages the leading open platforms and standards for its services. For more information, visit www.junctionnetworks.com.
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