Digium experiences growing global demand for Asterisk open source telephony solution

March 6, 2007

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Digium®, Inc., the Asterisk® company, today announced continued strong global demand for its Asterisk open source telephony solution. Digium solutions are now deployed in government, business and education environments in 140 countries across North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.

Asterisk’s mature feature set and flexible open source license have led to rapidly growing adoption worldwide. Recent Digium deployments include The University of Pennsylvania; the city of Pforzheim, Denmark; Sam Houston University; Ntegrated Solutions; the city of Schoten, Belgium; Iowa City Carousel Auto Group; Anderson Associates Architects; and IT Connection, a Russian retirement funds company. To read more about these and other Digium customers, please visit www.digium.com.

“More than 2 million users have embraced Digium’s open source technology, making Asterisk one of the most successful open source initiatives to date,” said Danny Windham, CEO of Digium. “We continue to see tremendous interest in Digium solutions and ways in which Asterisk can be adapted to meet the dynamic needs of today’s growing businesses.”

Digium Inc.

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