Netsville and OneStream Networks Partner

Extends Business VoIP and Managed ISP Services to Western New York Businesses

Updated: January 07, 2011

(PRLEAP.COM) OneStream Networks, a global IP telecom provider, today announced completion of a strategic partnership with Netsville, a Rochester-based provider of custom ISP solutions. Under the partnership, OneStream Networks shifts management of the former RoncoNet (Buffalo-based) ISP network to Netsville and becomes the exclusive provider of managed VoIP services for the newly expanded Netsville network.

"We are very pleased to help Netsville expand its portfolio of world-class managed IP services." said Trey Smith, President of OneStream Networks. "At the same time, we are excited for the western New York businesses that will benefit from Netsville’s commitment to delivering high-performance Internet and managed IT services."

"Netsville continues to innovate and expand the services that have made it so successful over the past 15 years." states Jonathan Baird, President of Netsville.

"We have always focused on delivering exceptional service to our customers. The strategic partnership with OneStream Networks continues that tradition by expanding our service footprint into the Buffalo-Niagara region and enabling Netsville to deliver a comprehensive set of voice and data services over our jointly-designed quality-of-service (QoS)-enabled IP network."

The partnership makes award-winning business VoIP service available to businesses in western New York. Netsville, in partnership with OneStream, now delivers a comprehensive set of communications solutions including hosted VoIP telephony, SIP trunking, unified communications and advanced private data. The result is an enterprise-grade, cost-effective solution that is powerful, flexible and simple to manage. "Many companies are frustrated with the challenge and cost of dealing with multiple vendors and isolated systems and networks." said Jonathan Baird. "Netsville, in combination with OneStream Networks, provides the network, expertise and support necessary to help companies drive growth and push beyond the limits of legacy phone systems and network technologies."

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