Cyclix Joins Retail Broadband Alliance Group Helps Merchants Migrate to
Together the Companies Are Set To Market the Most Comprehensive, Fully Integrated SIP Trunking Voice Solution for VARs and the SMB Market
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – November 1, 2006 – CyclixTM, a leading worldwide provider of SIP Trunking services, has joined the Retail Broadband Alliance, a forum that makes it easy for businesses migrating to broadband networks to increase revenue, cut expenses, and improve customer experience.
SIP was designed to enable features that permit familiar telephone-like operations: dialing a number, causing a phone to ring, hearing ring back tones or a busy signal. SIP allows for quality connections over an IP network that results in enhanced productivity and cost-savings for the end-user.
Cyclix’s SIP Trunking services offer affordable, feature-rich VoIP calling, which allow merchants to leverage the cost savings associated with next-generation IP voice transport. Users can now seamlessly switch from a legacy TDM telephony system to a less expensive VoIP system, thus reducing the cost of telecommunications. Cyclix’s award-winning, fail-safe architecture is designed to solve the throughput and redundancy problems on high-volume calling networks, optimize bandwidth, and improve Quality of Service (QoS).
“Membership in the Retail Broadband Alliance helps Cyclix expand its service offerings to also include additional bandwidth from New Edge Networks for a truly fail-safe telephony system,” said Chris Dunk, CEO of Cyclix. “The Retail Broadband Alliance brings together all of the elements necessary to easily make the switch from expensive traditional phone systems to cost effective VoIP that is easy to deploy and use.”
Cyclix’s VoIP solutions provide merchants seamless migration to VoIP and the complete broadband voice solution. Joining the Retail Broadband Alliance enables Cyclix to broaden its distribution channels and promote its services through other Retail Broadband Alliance members.
New Edge Networks formed the Retail Broadband Alliance in 2004. The industry consortium brings together companies that represent products and services used in the entire retail sales supply chain for data networks. The Retail Broadband Alliance now includes more than 215 companies. Retail merchants pick and choose the providers they want depending upon their individual needs.
“New Edge Networks welcomes Cyclix into the growing Retail Broadband Alliance,” said Greg Griffiths, vice president of marketing for New Edge Networks. “Cyclix represents yet another trusted choice for merchants who turn to the Retail Broadband Alliance for support in migrating to broadband.”
For more information on Cyclix and its services, please visit the company’s web site at www.cyclixnet.com.
About Retail Broadband Alliance
The Retail Broadband Alliance is a forum that makes it simple for merchants to migrate to broadband networks. It brings together more than 200 companies that provide products and services used in the retail supply chain for high-speed data networks. Through joint marketing and educational programs, the Retail Broadband Alliance helps increase awareness of viable broadband-ready solutions and new offerings that increase revenue, cut expenses, and improve customer experience for retail merchants. New Edge Networks, which provides broadband networks to 100 percent of business addresses in the United States, formed the Retail Broadband Alliance in November 2004. Information about the Retail Broadband Alliance and membership is available at www.newedgenetworks.com/solutions/rba/.
Cyclix is a leading worldwide provider of SIP Trunking services. The company is dedicated to ensuring its customers and partners alike have access to the most reliable, end-to-end VoIP service available on the market today. Its N-Plus™ architecture is designed to solve the throughput and redundancy problems on high-capacity SIP-based networks and eliminate any single point of failure. Cyclix continues to develop strong partnerships with leading carriers and telecommunications companies such as: Global Crossing, XO Communications, Level 3, Qwest Communications, Verizon Business, and Primus. Cyclix is headquartered in Newport Beach, California.
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