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January 04, 2006

Vonage Selects Sonus Networks Architecture to Support Expansion

Laura Stotler, Contributing Editor

Vonage is supporting its continuously growing subscriber base through a newly announced agreement with Sonus Networks. The Sonus architecture, including the GSX9000 Open Services Switch, PSX Call Routing Server, SGX Signaling Gateway and Sonus Insight Management system, is being rolled out in Los Angeles and New York. Vonage plans to expand their network to support additional markets in the United States, and eventually broaden to international locations.

The Sonus solution enables Vonage to easily add new services while reliably increasing their subscriber base. Vonage has already deployed more than one million lines throughout its network. The Sonus IMS-based Voice over Broadband suite of solutions, improves operators’ abilities to easily make changes to their service offerings, and has already been deployed in broadband VoIP networks throughout the world.

Sonus also supports the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), enabling service providers to integrate applications and solutions from third-party vendors with Sonus products.

"Voice over broadband is a technology that's redefining how service providers and consumers alike think about communications," said Hassan Ahmed, chairman and CEO, Sonus Networks. "From day one, Vonage has been one of the most successful service providers in the industry. By selecting Sonus Networks, Vonage will have the ability to build out a premium network infrastructure to support the rapidly increasing demand for its services."

"Vonage has been a VoIP pioneer in North America," said Michael Tribolet, executive vice president of operations for Vonage
Network. "Throughout Vonage's history we have remained committed to providing high-quality telephony service. By selecting Sonus, another pioneer in the VoBB market, we are in a position to continue to do this, while rapidly and successfully scaling the size of our network."

Laura Stotler writes about IP Communications and related topics for TMCnet. She has covered VoIP and related technologies for seven years, contributing to Internet Telephony magazine and TMCnet, and as a freelance writer. To see more articles, please visit: Laura Stotler’s columnist page.

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