NMS Powers China 3G

CSL launched Hong Kong’s first 3G mobile TV service with an application developed by Golden Dynamic and powered by NMS’s mobile video technology

March 7, 2006

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FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- NMS Communications (NASDAQ: NMSS), a leading provider of technologies and solutions for mobile applications and infrastructure, today announced mobile operator CSL has launched Hong Kong’s first 3G mobile TV service with an application developed by Golden Dynamic and powered by NMS’s mobile video technology.

Golden Dynamic’s “VOIR Portal” is an avant-garde gadget on a 3G service platform that allows mobile operators to increase average revenue per user (ARPU) among users, create customer loyalty and offer distinct brand differentiation through truly interactive content. Content owners can make use of the VOIR platform to enable business with 3G capability. VOIR provides a standard platform that offers a simple user interface requiring minimal “clicks” to access video content, a complete revolution from the traditional experience of browsing through WAP menus on mobile phones. VOIR can be customized to meet the different needs of telecom operators or content owners. The VOIR portal is powered by NMS’s CG 6565 IP video platform, TX 4000 communication platform and Video Access software.

“3G competition is steadily increasing in regions like Hong Kong, and this deployment of the first 3G mobile TV service is a real differentiator for Hong Kong CSL,” said Wilson Lo, executive director of Golden Dynamic. “NMS Communications has extensive credentials in providing 3G video technology, and they provided the flexibility, scalability and ease of use to help Hong Kong CSL get this new service to market ahead of the competition.”

“We are very pleased to see the successful launch of the 3G mobile TV service by CSL. This further reinforces CSL’s position as a leading innovator and provides excellent brand awareness for NMS in the marketplace,” said Critz Chan, vice president and general manager, Asia, NMS Communications.

NMS Communications Corp.

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