SOURCE: RocketStream, Inc.

April 28, 2008 08:30 ET

RocketStream and Co-Way Team to Break File Transfer Logjam in Chinese IP Networks

Co-Way Becomes Master Distributor of RocketStream™ File Transfer Acceleration Software Suite for Chinese Market

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA and SHANGHAI, CHINA--(Marketwire - April 28, 2008) - RocketStream, Inc., a subsidiary of Voyant International Corporation (OTCBB: VOYT) and a leading provider of digital content delivery acceleration over high-bandwidth IP networks, announced today that Shanghai Co-Way International Technology Transfer Center Co., Ltd. has agreed to become RocketStream's master distributor for the Chinese market. Co-Way is a leading Chinese technology transfer company specializing in the introduction of novel technological solutions to Chinese businesses and government institutions.

The RocketStream file transfer acceleration suite is particularly well-suited to Chinese IP networks due to the large distances, and therefore long latencies, involved. Unlike traditional File Transfer Protocol (FTP), which slows down in the presence of network latency, RocketStream maintains a high throughput speed, transferring files up to 200 times faster than FTP.

Brandon Qiu, Co-Way's vice president, pointed out that, "The rapid modernization of China's IP networks, the explosion of Internet use by Chinese businesses, the vast distances between Chinese cities, and the internationalization of Chinese trade all combine to make China an ideal market for the innovative and desperately-needed solution that RocketStream represents. We have been testing RocketStream and introducing it to our customers, and the response has been extremely positive."

One such customer is Shanghai iVisions. Simon Zhang, CEO, said, "RocketStream is exactly the solution we've been looking for. This allows us to neutralize the effects of the large Chinese geography on our file transfers, all the while providing us with value-added features like automation that enhance overall productivity and workflow."

"We are extremely pleased to have Co-Way as our master distributor in China," said William Chen, RocketStream's vice president of enterprise sales. "Co-Way's strong customer network, superior business ethics and technical depth are an ideal combination that we believe will help RocketStream unlock the extremely large Chinese market for enterprise IP file transfer solutions."

About RocketStream, Inc.

RocketStream develops cross-platform technologies and solutions to enhance collaboration, file transfer, and media delivery over any IP-enabled network, including LAN, WAN, satellite, and mobile communications infrastructures. The company has developed scalable, software-based servers and cross-platform client implementations that support high-concurrency message routing and secure delivery of digital payloads over its proprietary RocketStream Protocol. RocketStream is a subsidiary of parent company Voyant International Corp. (OTCBB: VOYT). More information can be found at www.rocketstream.com and www.voyant.net.

About Shanghai Co-Way International Technology Transfer Center Co., Ltd.

Shanghai Co-Way is a joint investment of Shanghai Technology Innovation Center (a subsidiary of Shanghai Technology Committee), Shanghai Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park Development Corp., Shanghai Ao-Wei Technology Development Co., and the International Technology Transfer Center of Tsinghua University. Shangahi Co-Way located in the famous Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park in Pudong, Shanghai. Shanghai Co-Way provides Information technology services, technology transfer consulting services and product distribution to system integrators, enterprises and government agencies in China and abroad. More information can be found at www.co-way.com.cn.

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