Glenayre Technologies announces it will introduce Versera Video Mail at 3GSM World Congress

February 10, 2005

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ATLANTA -- Glenayre Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: GEMS), today announced it will introduce Versera Video Mail next week at the 3GSM World Congress 2005 trade show in Cannes, France. A new application on the company’s Versera Intelligent Communications Environment (Versera ICE), Versera Video Mail will provide call completion, message recording and mailbox functions for video telephony calls. Versera Video Mail adds a new level of personalization to communication by allowing subscribers to record, send and retrieve messages that now include both an audio and a video component.

“With the arrival of 3G, mobile network operators are ready to launch attractive, high bandwidth services to capitalize on their technology investments and satisfy demands for new services,” said Bruce Bales, president, Glenayre’s messaging business. “Mobile to mobile video calling is one of the most promising emerging applications, and I believe Versera Video Mail will be a significantly better product than earlier versions from our competitors. Versera Video Mail can be deployable both as a standalone solution or combined with voice mail to provide a new level of integration for operators to increase customer loyalty and billable airtime.”

Versera Video Mail is especially advantageous to operators because it’s built on Versera ICE, an open, standards-based, next generation messaging solution architected in Java and Voice XML. As one of many applications that reside on a converged platform, Versera Video Mail ensures that mobile operators have a scalable environment that allows them to profitably offer groundbreaking services, even when the demand for such services is in its infancy.

Glenayre Technologies Inc.

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