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Sonus Shares Video

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WESTFORD, Mass. and LAS VEGAS -- At CTIA Wireless 2008, Sonus Networks (Nasdaq: SONS - News), a market leader in IP communications infrastructure, is inviting attendees to visit the Sonus Networks' stand for a real-time demonstration of how video sharing can open up new opportunities for consumers to stay in touch and provide new revenue streams for mobile operators.

The explosion of social networking in the last few years has shown the desire and driven the innovation that allows us to share experiences with friends and family as soon as they happen. This is accelerating the need for high bandwidth, reliable services that are always available, and cost effective to the carrier. Mobile operators are taking advantage of the opportunities presented by the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) organization for fourth generation network architectures (4G), which provides for the universal delivery of video and community-based mobile collaboration.

Sonus Networks is showing operators how, in an all-IP mobile environment such as Long Term Evolution (LTE), Sonus' technology will enable a future where consumers can use their mobile handsets to share video in real-time. These "See What I See" applications can put shared experiences right into your hand, from friends down the street or from across the globe.

"CTIA Wireless 2008 is a great way for the mobile industry to come together and share their visions for the future. It increases awareness of the network's ability to better connect people around the globe," commented Vikram Saksena, CTO at Sonus Networks. "With the growing demand by consumers for instant access to friends, family and social networking groups, mobile video and other mobile entertainment is increasingly important to operators. Sonus strives to encourage this creativity and enable network operators to make these services readily available with our all-IP mobile solution sets."

Sonus Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: SONS)

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