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[January 22, 2013]

Estech Systems Buys Vintalk Retail Division from Vinculum Communication

Jan 22, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Estech Systems, Inc. announced it has purchased the retail assets of Vintalk, including the Vintalk brand, from Vinculum Communications, Inc.

In a release dated Jan. 17, the Company said that the transaction, completed on Jan. 9, included the infrastructure, the established customer base associated with Vintalk's SIP trunking and hosted PBX solutions, and the transition of Vintalk retail division employees to ESI Hosted Services.

"After an exhaustive and careful search which began in December, 2011, our purchase decision was based on the strategic fit that we found between Vintalk's solutions and ESI's product portfolio," said George Platt, President and Chief Operating Officer of ESI. "The purchase of this best-of-breed voice over IP network and full suite of IP and unified communications services puts ESI in the position to offer businesses Web-based VoIP calling technologies which are tightly integrated with the phone devices connected to them," said Platt.

"This investment fulfills a primary component of our strategic plan and propels us into the cloud services business," said Doug Boyd, ESI's CEO and co-owner of ESI Hosted Services. "In addition to offering a powerful combination of communications systems and phones, our Resellers will be able to provide their business customers with flexible and feature-rich SIP trunking and hosted PBX services which allows them to drive additional growth opportunities and take advantage of the increasing interest in hosted communications products." Estech Systems, Inc. designs and manufactures phone systems and cloud services.

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