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GlobeTel Wireless Enters Asia With HotZone Wireless Networks


Fort Lauderdale FL (SPX) Aug 19, 2005
GlobeTel Communications announced last Thursday an agreement to provide a HotZone wireless communication network for a pilot program in Shenzhen, China with Guangdong Tietong South Communication Co, a group company of China Tietong Telecom Corporation, one of only 6 licensed telecom operators in China.

Upon successful completion of the pilot program, GlobeTel Wireless and its local Chinese partners will commence a roll out of Wireless Communication Networks throughout China to deliver voice, data and video applications.

The agreement was reached with Nessociet, an organization working towards the development of next generation wireless telephony services and NGN Telecom Corporation, the partner to Guangdong Tietong South Communication, in marketing VoIP services in China.

GlobeTel also announced that Nessociet has become a reseller of Hotzone Wireless Networks and equipment in Asia.

Mr. Con Unerkov, Chairman of Nessociet, stated, "We are pleased to become part of the GlobeTel Wireless International Partner network, and its vision for deploying terrestrial wireless networks in Asia. These new wireless base stations, with WIMAX, WIFI and other features, enable us to provide high performance applications integrating voice, data and video with mobility."

Mr. Uli Altvater, President of GlobeTel Wireless, stated, "Deploying Hotzone products in China is a significant step in the roll-out of GlobeTel wireless. Our radio technology, that is part of our Stratellite program, has tremendous commercial applications and we are pleased to partner with Guangdong Tietong South Communication. We look forward to this installation and to the future opportunities available to us. We see this opportunity as a key piece to our product development model."

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