eSynch Chooses InterNAP Network Services; High Performance Connectivity To Enhance eSynch Streaming Video Delivery.
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TUSTIN, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 5, 2000
eSynch Corp. (OTCBB OTCBB
See OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB). :ESYN), a new media company focusing on video-on-demand and streaming media See streaming audio, streaming video and digital media hub. , announced today that it has entered into an agreement with InterNAP Network Services Corporation Internap Network Services Corporation, commonly referred to as Internap, provides computer network routing services and operates several data colocation centers throughout the world. (Nasdaq:INAP (Intelligent Network Application Part) An IN (Intelligent Network) protocol used in a European SS7 network to query databases for a variety of functions not related to call setup and tear down. INAP uses the ASN.1 standard for defining message content. See SS7 and ASN.1. ) to provide Internet communications solutions.
eSynch will receive optimal, reliable and centrally managed Internet connectivity services that maximize the performance of its streaming media applications by connecting them to one of InterNAP's Private-Network Access Points, or P-NAP facilities.
"InterNAP provides us with dramatically improved response times by routing our data outside the congested con·gest·ed
Affected with or characterized by congestion.
congested ENT adjective Referring to a boggy blood-filled tissue. See Nasal congestion. public and private peering points and keeping us on their destination network," said Tom Hemingway CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of eSynch Corp. "This is especially relevant since we experience considerable data packet loss at the peering points." InterNAP's patented P-NAP facilities will enable eSynch's data to be optimally routed to and from destinations on the Internet in a manner that minimizes the use of congested public network access points and private peering points.
InterNAP's connectivity service routes data to and from businesses across the Internet in a manner that minimizes data loss by avoiding the Internet's conventional traffic exchange process known as "peering." Private and public "peering" arrangements between backbone providers lead not only to congestion The condition of a network when there is not enough bandwidth to support the current traffic load.
congestion - When the offered load of a data communication path exceeds the capacity. at peering points, but also to routing inefficiencies, two factors that significantly reduce the speed of data transmission across the Internet. InterNAP's P-NAP facilities and Assimilator(TM) technology orchestrate the routing of mission-critical data in a faster, more reliable and more managed fashion than conventional Internet technology.
"Streaming media and video-on-demand are two of the hottest areas on the Internet, and eSynch is emerging as a strong player in this space," said Tony Naughtin, president and CEO of InterNAP Network Services. "InterNAP connectivity gives eSynch a technological advantage and helps to separate it from its competition. We're excited about helping eSynch deliver broadband content to its users."
"We are thrilled to have InterNAP provide our network solutions and we feel this relationship will enhance our ability to develop our West Coast Data Center," added Hemingway. "In an effort to help brand eSynch as a leader in online streaming media, we have secured the flexibility, redundancy and scalability of InterNAP's patented routing technology to deliver the highest quality streaming applications available on the Net."
Founded in 1996 in Seattle, InterNAP provides Internet connectivity service that is faster and more reliable than conventional Internet backbone (communications, networking) Internet backbone - High-speed networks that carry Internet traffic.
These communications networks are provided by companies such as AT&T, GTE, IBM, MCI, Netcom, Sprint, UUNET and consist of high-speed links in the T1, T3, OC1 and OC3 ranges. service. InterNAP has developed and patented P-NAP routing and route management technology that it makes available to businesses as a service provider. InterNAP's service provides direct data transmission across the multiplicity of major Internet backbones A group of communications networks managed by several commercial companies that provide the major high-speed links across the country. ISPs are either connected directly to these backbones or to a larger regional ISP that is connected to one. through a single connection from a customer's network to a P-NAP facility. InterNAP's customers bypass the packet loss, latency, and other difficulties that can plague the conventional Internet connectivity services. For more information, visit www.InterNAP.com
InterNAP(R) and P-NAP(R) are registered trademarks of InterNAP.
About eSynch Corp.
Founded in 1994, is a developer of propriety software technology for Electronic Digital Distribution (EDD Noun 1. EdD - a doctor's degree in education
DEd, Doctor of Education
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