Verso Technologies (Nasdaq: VRSO), an integrated switching solutions company adapting the benefits of IP networks to voice, has transfered the listing of its common stock from the National Market to the SmallCap Market.

The Nasdaq Stock Market granted approval for the move Thursday, and it became effective at the opening of business on Friday. Verso’s common stock will continue trading under its current symbol: VRSO.

“By electing to transfer to the Nasdaq SmallCap Market due to our current stock price, Verso is afforded the continuity of a Nasdaq listing, and the interests of Verso’s shareholders will be protected through continued listing on a well-regulated market,” Steve Odom, chairman and chief executive officer of Verso, said in a statement.

The transfer to the SmallCap Market allows uninterrupted access to stock quotes and company information. Daily trading price and volume information with respect to the Verso common stock will continue to be available from online services and financial and general circulation newspapers.

Verso Technologies, based in Atlanta, provides integrated switching solutions for communications service providers who want to develop IP-based services with PSTN scalability and quality of service. Verso’s SS7 over IP capability allows customers to use their existing PSTN investments by ensuring carrier-to-carrier interoperability and billing features. Verso’s VoIP migration solutions include hardware and software, OSS integration, widely used applications and technical training and support.

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