Vancouver, BC, Canada — September 05, 2014
Xten (OTCBB: XNWK), a provider of SIP-based Voice and Video IP software and softphones, today announced that Galaxy Telecom will now offer the i-box CommPanion VoIP softphone powered by Xten.
Galaxy Telecom, a privately held VoIP telecommunications carrier based in Vancouver Canada, is recognized as being a successful innovator and developer of VoIP solutions. For more than two years, Galaxy telecom has been driven to deploy a multi-service Voice and Data network designed to offer a high quality, inexpensive VoIP solution to MSO Cable Operators & Internet Service Providers world wide.
“The Xten PRO soft-client is an excellent addition to our stable of services,” stated Peter Wiggans, COO of Galaxy Telecom. “Many of our subscribers are looking for a more portable device to serve as a companion to the more traditional i-box ATA model.”
“This relationship continues to highlight Xten’s successes with leading next-generation carriers and service providers,” explained Erik Lagerway, President and Chief Operating Officer of Xten. “Xten is thrilled to have this relationship with Galaxy.”
About Galaxy Telecom
Galaxy Telecom was founded on the premise that Voice-over-IP (VoIP) and Video-over-IP technologies will enable a ‘next generation’ of converged voice-data networks and communication services that will provide a revolution in voice services for the consumer and business markets. Galaxy Telecom has built the network and designed a unique set of hardware and e-business solutions to deploy VoIP services around the globe. For more information, visit us at www.galaxytelecom.net
Xten Networks, Inc. is a provider of award-winning, high-quality, carrier-grade SIP-based Voice and Video over IP software and softphones. Xten’s goal is to be the primary choice in SIP-based client-side audio and video IP communications software for Telecoms, Cable Providers, Internet Telephony Service Providers and OEMs.
Those who are interested in Xten products should visit http://sales.xten.com On the Web: www.xten.com Visit Erik Lagerway’s blog: www.sipthat.com.