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Keeping an Eye on: Vocalscape Networks
[March 06, 2006]

Keeping an Eye on: Vocalscape Networks

TMCnet Contributing Editor
2006 has been a very busy year busy year for VoIP software developer Vocalscape Networks. So far, the company launched Eyefon version 5.0, its SIP-based softphone and today it announced it will acquire communications hardware manufacturer Azatel Communications Inc.

Vocalscape has agreed to issue common shares in exchange for 100 percent of the issued and outstanding shares of Azatel Communications Inc. The move will expand Vocalscape's IP hardware products, as for Azatel manufactures, develops and integrates communications hardware for Media Terminal Adapters, Soft Switches, Session Controllers, H.323 to SIP Interworking, OSP and IPTV/Video on Demand systems. 

"Vocalscape already has the doors being knocked down by current clients and international prospects for the new line of Azatel products. We look forward to financing the successful venture as an integral part of Vocalscape's hardware division," said Ron McIntyre, Vocalscape's president.
"The culture of Vocalscape staff work perfectly with our management team, we are excited to work with Vocalscape and their clients in the process of merging our two firms. After our recent workshops on merging our two firms, and the management processes discussed, we look forward to being part of a well managed motivated team ready to help us succeed," said Derek Herman, CEO and founder of Azatel Communications Inc.
Herman will remain CEO of Azatel Communications, now to be subsidiary of Vocalscape Networks Inc.
The company began the year with a release of Version 5.0 of its SIP softphone called Eyefon announced last month. The SIP softphone application is a hosted model or it can also be used as a stand-alone custom branded application. Eyefon Version 5.0 can be bundled with devices such as Universal Serial Bus (USB) handsets and is designed for advanced configuration and auto-provisioning onto VoIP networks.
Vocalscape Networks
Azatel Communications Inc.
Johanne Torres is contributing editor for TMCnet and Internet Telephony magazine. To see more articles by Johanne Torres, please visit Johanne Torres' columnist page

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