TORONTO, April 19 /CNW/ - Polar Wireless Corp. (OTC/BB, Frankfurt:62o) today announced plans to open a data center in
Frankfurt, replacing the Amsterdam data center. Frankfurt will act as
a redundant data center in the European and Asian regions for voice,
data and SMS messaging and serve as a secondary data center to Polar's
global site in Toronto, Canada.
The Frankfurt center will operate in partnership with Global Crossing
and Neutel Communications. Global Crossing, with 50 locations
worldwide, will provide backend services as well as IP-based solutions
to Polar Wireless. Neutel Communications is a global traffic carrier
offering voice and data transmission over IP. Neutel provides
transmission services to major Tier 1 companies and operates switches
in Frankfurt, London and New York.
The Frankfurt center will establish a secure server facility for Europe,
Eastern Europe and Asia. It will be capable of managing multiple
million users simultaneously with interconnections and long distance
About Polar Wireless
The Company is a new mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that works
in conjunction with established major mobile service providers. The
Company's patent-pending mobile solution will provide carrier quality
service and significantly reduced mobile roaming charges worldwide for
customers with GSM compatible mobile handsets which account for over
80% of the global handset market. Its carrier quality service is
operable in 213 countries through extensive partner networks. The
breakthrough service provides the first global network solution for
mobile users to dramatically reduce roaming surcharges while allowing
users to maintain their current mobile number, handset and carrier
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and conditions, the volatility of the operating results and financial
condition of the Company, the ability to attract and retain qualified
senior management personnel and research and development staff of the
Company, and other risks and uncertainties disclosed in the filings of
the Company with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
SOURCE Polar Wireless Corp.
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Polar Wireless Corp.
G. Kelly O'Dea
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer