SOURCE: RocketStream, Inc.

February 26, 2008 08:00 ET

RocketStream Boosts Speeds for Hosted Storage and Backup Services

Portal Systems and Hasbrooke Among the First Hosting Providers to Add Service Value by Integrating RocketStream™ Acceleration

SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwire - February 26, 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 the company has begun partnering with hosted storage and backup service providers to dramatically increase the accessibility to these services by end users.

RocketStream's data transfer acceleration solutions can move files over IP networks at speeds up to 200 times faster than traditional file transfer protocol (FTP). Until now, most users were businesses that owned the computers at both ends of the transfers. Now, however, hosting companies have begun deploying RocketStream Servers at their storage locations and providing RocketStream's client software to their customers. By integrating RocketStream into their service offerings, these companies are providing better service to their customers by providing not only storage and backup itself, but also the means to access that storage more quickly, securely, reliably and easily.

Portal Systems, a managed data center service provider in the Washington, D.C., area, rolled out a new RocketStream-enabled service to customers last week. Portal Systems is using RocketStream to provide its clients with managed, accelerated services for offsite backups, file storage and data synchronization using data centers located in Ashburn, Va., and Portland, Maine. "After evaluating many products on the market, the things that most impressed us about RocketStream were its speed and its versatility. Being able to use RocketStream for multiple client services is a win for us and a win for our customers," said David Korte, managing partner of Portal Systems.

Leesburg, Fla.-based Hasbrooke Internet Services is integrating RocketStream into its automated backup services for the small- and medium-sized business (SMB) market, with launch expected in early March. "RocketStream's combination of UDP and PDP protocols is unique and lets us maximize the connectivity of our customers to our data center regardless of the size of those customers," said John Ohlwiler, vice president and director of sales and marketing at Hasbrooke. "Our customers with smaller pipes or firewall-challenged environments can use PDP without performing any complex firewall changes, while our tech-savvy customers with high-data-rate connections can switch to the reliable UDP setting to move their data at the highest speeds. Either way, we can provide our customers service that makes them feel as if they were right next door to us."

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 communication 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 and

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