Sonus Network Executives Ring the NASDAQ Opening Bell
The Opening and Closing Bell ceremonies at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York’s Times Square serves as a platform to give exposure to a company, make a news announcement or celebrate corporate milestones.
Sonus Networks (News - Alert) Inc., a global provider of SIP communications, will be taking this opportunity to visit the NASDAQ MarketSite. In honor of that occasion, Raymond Dolan, president and CEO; and Moe Castonguay, senior vice president and chief financial officer, rang the NASDAQ Opening Bell on September 13, 2012.
The ceremony was held at 4 Times Square, 43rd & Broadway, Broadcast Studio. It gave Sonus Networks an opportunity to showcase itself on the NASDAQ webcam, MarketSite Tower and participating television networks.
Messages delivered reached a wide audience.
Public groups also got the opportunity to attend and view the NASDAQ Opening Bell Ceremony from the NASDAQ studio located in the heart of Times Square, as well as view live reports from domestic and international business networks.
The company also held a meeting for the investment community at the NASDAQ MarketSite after the Opening Bell ceremony was over.
Multimedia features such as exclusive content, photo postings, status updates and video of bell ceremonies can be found at the NASDAQ Facebook (News - Alert) page while a live webcast of the Opening Bell ceremony is available at the MarketSite website.
Sonus, touted as the fastest growing company in the session border controller market, has acquired Network Equipment Technologies, Inc. (NET (News - Alert)), a provider of enterprise-class networking solutions optimized for secure real-time communications in unified communications, SIP trunking and cloud-based deployments. Both companies are based in the U.S.
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Edited by Braden Becker