Ranch Networks Adds Value Added Distributor "Down Under"

Ranch Networks Adds Value Added Distributor "Down Under"

Ranch Networks Adds Value Added Distributor "Down Under"


Morganville, NJ - November 30, 2006 - Ranch Networks, provider of networking appliances designed to facilitate carrier and enterprise grade VoIP deployments, today announced the addition of OnIP as a value added distributor in Australia and New Zealand. OnIP will now have the distribution rights to the RN series of appliances. The RN series of appliances include unique features such as VoIP Matrix Technology™, 1+1 High Availability, and Media Bridging.

"Ranch Networks understands the VoIP market and their appliances reflect that understanding and knowledge," said Robert Hayden, Director, OnIP. "There is a huge need for clustering techniques, high availability and security when deploying VoIP. Ranch Networks fills those needs with the RN series of appliances."

Ranch Networks' appliances separate voice, video and data traffic into multiple secure zones without having to reconfigure IP addresses. Several patent -pending technologies allow service providers to deliver VoIP services to enterprises without affecting existing data networks. Ranch Networks' technology is designed to work with leading IP PBXs such as Asterisk, the industry's first open source telephony platform, and supports all sizes of enterprise and carrier deployments.

"Our ability to deliver cutting edge technology and quality VoIP is the driving force for continued growth and expansion," said Dave Gombos, vice president of sales and marketing for Ranch Networks. "OnIP has a strong presence with the service providers and IT integrators who are deploying VoIP in Australia and New Zealand and we are excited to be working with them to provide optimal VoIP to the region."





About Ranch Networks
Ranch Networks was founded in 2000 by former ex -Bell Labs engineers and provides networking appliances designed to facilitate carrier and enterprise grade VoIP deployments. Ranch Network's products integrate security and bandwidth control and guarantee delivery of reliable and secure communications between office employees, remote office locations or service providers and enterprise customers. The RN series of appliances include unique features such as the patent -pending VoIP Matrix Technology™, 1+1 High Availability, and Media Bridging.

About OnIP
OnIP specializes in distributing selected "Next Generation" IP solutions targeted to the business market. With a wealth of experience in VoIP and telecommunications, OnIP matches "best of breed" technology with the technical and business knowledge that provides our customers with the solutions to meet the needs of their end users. Business solutions require a range of products to address the myriad of needs from SME to large enterprise. VoIP today is the domain of Service Providers and IT Integrators and OnIP works exclusively with our channel partners to not only generate new revenue streams for them but to assist in delivering the converged solutions that are the future of voice, data and applications. Our other focus is on tomorrow and keeping our partners abreast of new developments and applications to maintain their presence at the leading edge of technology.


Ranch Networks and the Ranch Networks logo, are registered trademarks of Ranch Networks, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.


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