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Y-Tel International, Inc.
Y-Tel Completes Installation of a Redundant VoIP Network Between Miami, Florida and Dallas, Texas
MIAMI, July 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Y-Tel International, Inc. (OTCBB:YTLI), a provider of telecommunications, VoIP and Wi-Fi services and devices, today announced it has completed the Installation of their VoIP telecommunications network by installing and connecting 2 major hubs in Miami, Florida and Dallas, Texas.
Essential Innovations Technology Corp.
Essential Innovations Technology Canadian Subsidiary Executes International Exclusive Distribution Agreement
BELLINGHAM, Wash., July 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Essential Innovations Technology Corp. (OTCBB:ESIV) is pleased to announce that the Company's Canadian subsidiary has recently signed and secured an exclusive technology distribution agreement covering the entire Country of Mexico, with Global Business Exchange ("GBX"), a British Columbia corporation, with offices in Vancouver, Canada, and Guadalajara, Mexico. The Agreement calls for specific target quotas to be met for annual contract renewal, with the Year 1 purchase requirement being for 200 units minimum in order to secure contract renewal, and each pursuant year to then require a 25% increase in the annual purchase quota from the Year previous. Additionally, Global Business Exchange has retained the first right of refusal for the entirety of Central America under the Agreement.
SoftSource Corp. Launches New Non Profit Division under Rahul Mahna
NEW YORK, July 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- SoftSource Corp. (www.softsourcecorp.com), a provider of IT services for 20 years in New Jersey, has revealed a new software line of products focused on delivering software solutions via the web, at affordable pricing. A seasoned veteran in the IT sector, Rahul Mahna has been charged to lead this division focused only on Non Profits and Education. The new division called NEACT (www.neact.com) is keen on delivering key software solutions under an ASP model. This allows education and non profit organizations to use cutting edge technology without having to incur the large upfront costs typically associated with software deployments. All software is loaded and hosted at SoftSource data centers and thus requires no software or hardware from any of its clients. All of the solutions are a pay for use model, or a flat monthly fee with little startup fees. "We are pleased to offer a whole suite of new products and software geared at only the Non Profit/Education sector. This area is widely underserved as many believe there are no finances to support new deployments. We have found that this is total fallacy. There is actually a huge need, yet most IT organizations look for the quick big deals. We are working on long term relationships and with the proper approach to financing as we have, a fantastic long-term partnership can be realized," said Rahul Mahna.
How the Education System Has Failed Children -- New Book Addresses Problems in Western Schools, Presents New Approach for Student Success
FRANKFURT, Germany, July 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- With so many students diagnosed with learning disabilities today, it seems that an increasing number must depend on prescribed drugs and special programs to survive their educational experience. Marta L Marchisan, Ph.D., disagrees. In her controversial analysis of a faltering education system, Learning Disabilities: The Myth (now available through AuthorHouse), she reveals, from an insider's perspective, why schools today are failing in their responsibilities.