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Lightyear Enhances XSTREAM Dynamic T1 Product

Lightyear Network Solutions LLC (Booths 904-905) has announced the enhancement of its Lightyear XSTREAM Dynamic T1 product.

Partnering with Cisco Systems Inc., Lightyear will use Ciscos 2430 series Internet access devices to connect to customers telephone systems and internal networks.

The Cisco 2430s allow Lightyear to connect to the widest variety of customer systems from analog key systems or PBXs with PRI or T1 cards. Lightyear XSTREAM Dynamic T1 allows SMB customers to be in control of their telecom infrastructures, maximizing the value of just one Internet T1 circuit with just one provider for voice, Internet and data.

Dynamic convergence offers cost-effective communication service alternatives where bandwidth is prioritized according to your specific needs; voice, data or Internet take as much space on the bandwidth spectrum as you need them to, said Lightyear CEO Sherman Henderson. Additionally, it is also ideally suited for multilocation customers because all intra-company long-distance is free, creating a tremendous selling advantage for our agents, said Henderson.

Lightyears expansive nationwide footprint allows multilocation customers the advantage to connect all locations significantly reducing voice costs and simplifying operational issues, said the company.

Nick Bauer, major accounts manager at Cisco Systems, said, I am pleased to release such an incredible offering with our Lightyear partnership and look forward to a great year.

Providing customers with significant voice cost reduction, Lightyear XSTREAM Dynamic T1 features include: location-to-location dialing, LATAwide local calling, low outbound long-distance interstate rate, and on-net VoIP-to-VoIP calling, all while allowing customers to keep their existing phone equipment and current telephone numbers.

The enhanced XSTREAM Dynamic T1 was released today for sale through Lightyears agents.


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