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TSB INTERNATIONAL TO MARKET, DEVELOP AND SUPPORT IBM VOICE NETWORK ADMINISTRATIVE PRODUCTS

 TSB INTERNATIONAL TO MARKET, DEVELOP AND SUPPORT
 IBM VOICE NETWORK ADMINISTRATIVE PRODUCTS
 TORONTO, March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- TSB International Inc. has entered into an agreement with International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM) for the exclusive rights to develop, market and provide ongoing support for IBM's NetView(A) Voice Network Administrative Services (VNAS) family of network management programs, IBM announced today. This integrated set of applications is used by large organizations to track and allocate telephone expenses, optimize voice network usage and manage telecommunications facilities.
 TSB will market the programs under the name INAS -- Integrated Network Administration System. The INAS family consists of Network Call Accounting, Network Facilities Management and Voice Network Design.
 TSB specializes in solutions for managing multi-vendor voice networks and has been an IBM Cooperative Software Program participant and IBM Business Partner since 1989. The company developed HubView/PC PLUS, a data transport system that delivers detailed call data for billing purposes from many different manufacturers' private branch exchanges (PBXs) to Network Call Accounting, traffic data to Voice Network Design, and PBX alarms to IBM hosts running NetView, IBM's flagship network management product.
 "TSB has worked closely with IBM to assure existing customers that they will receive the ongoing support and capabilities they need and their reaction has been very good," said Curtis Begley, TSB's vice president of operations, who has been involved with advance disclosure of the agreement to customers. "We also look forward to providing the INAS capabilities to new customers whose businesses can benefit from enhanced voice network management functions."
 "IBM remains committed to continuing to provide our customers with the technology, service and support they need to manage their networks through NetView, including the voice environment. Since call accounting and voice network administration are TSB's core business, TSB is well equipped to meet our customers' needs," said Bill Warner, IBM Networking Systems director of enterprise management.
 Under the agreement, IBM will continue to market the INAS products with TSB through the IBM Cooperative Software Program.
 (A) -- IBM and NetView are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
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 /CONTACT: Curtis Begley TSB International, 416-622-7010; or Amy Arutt of IBM, 914-642-4628/
 (IBM) CO: International Business Machines Corp.; TSB International Inc ST: New York, Ontario IN: TLS SU:


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