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January 20, 2011

One Source Networks Tapped by Orchid Cellmark for U.S. Voice Data Provider

By David Sims, TMCnet Contributing Editor

Officials of One Source (News - Alert) Networks, a facilities-based carrier agnostic communications solutions provider, have announced that Orchid Cellmark, which sells identity DNA testing services, "has selected One Source Networks as its primary voice and data communications provider for its U.S. based locations." 

Orchid Cellmark officials say they chose OSN's Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS)"to meet its increasing bandwidth requirements and address its need for higher reliability and lower costs." The service will be used to connect its four U.S. sites, which include Princeton, New Jersey, Dayton, Ohio, and Dallas. 

Orchid also selected OSN's SIP trucking service, company officials said, "to increase functionality and reduce the cost of its voice operations."

Carlos Ramos, Executive Director of Information Technology and Security for Orchid Cellmark, said "Trust and reliability are the most important factors for Orchid in selecting a voice and data service provider. While anyone can sell services, it ultimately comes down to building trust and a solid relationship with customers."

"We are confident that the OSN's suite of voice and networking provide the quality that will help to further grow the company," said Gina Nomellini, Chief Marketing Officer for One Source Networks. "It is very motivating to know that through offering custom quality services, while focusing on building special relationships with our clients, One Source Networks has achieved such a high level of trust and security among both our customers and industry peers." Last week, TMC (News - Alert) news reported, Telx an interconnection and collocation provider in North America, announced that One Source Networks joined the Telx Ethernet Exchange. Deployed within Telx's downtown Chicago data center, One Source Networks will use the facility-neutral Ethernet Exchange for the exchange of data traffic between its users of Ethernet services, including Fortune 1000 enterprise customers.

David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.

Edited by Charles West

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