NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Carrier Alliance Holdings Corp. (PINKSHEETS: CAHI) new CEO Chris Panzeca released a statement today to shareholders discussing its recently completed merger with Tilden Associates. "All of us at Carrier Alliance are excited about our recently completed merger with Tilden and becoming a Publicly Traded Company. We wanted to take the opportunity to introduce our company to the investing public. Carrier Alliance Holdings (CAHI") Carrier is set to launch its SIP & Hosted PBX platform company Netlinx Inc. this November which will service business customers nationwide through a redundant tier one network. Netlinx will possess all the latest technology while delivering quality of service to its end users. The company has a strategic alliance with Mr. Panzeca's agency to sell traditional Telecommunication services which will allow Netlinx to be able to offer clients all telecommunication services presently available in the market place. The company has strategic partnerships with many sales channels throughout the US and feels the organic growth has tremendous upside. Our mission is to be positioned as one of the largest Wholesale providers of thousands in the country by acquiring strategic portfolios. The telecommunications industry is one of the fastest-evolving in the world. Previously, customers were made to rely solely on large telecom firms like Verizon and AT&T; with today's vast proliferation of networks and tech accessibility, there is an ever-expanding market for voice and data management services. We have held clients such as Cartier, Mohegan Sun, and the U.S. Marine Corps. The wired telecommunications services industry is a $185 billion a year industry, We differentiate ourselves from the Regional Bell Operating companies by offering competitive wholesale rates, reliable practices, and personalized service for each client will promote customer growth. Having been in this industry for over 14 years and having worked in every aspect of the business, including owning multiple companies in this space, with considerable sales forces throughout the U.S., I believe the industry is highly fragmented and is ripe to be consolidated. There are many small to medium size Private companies like us, that are looking to be acquired by a public entity. We have targeted and have had discussions with several companies the possibility of Carrier acquiring them. Our business model calls for us to make at least 1 to 2-acquisitions in the next 12 months and to grow top line revenues to 8 Million. Which we project to earn 2 Million. With our company being public it gives us the access to capital which can be used for acquisitions and to grow our sales, as well as to our stock as currency.