Telus selects Atreus Systems to deliver VOIP and messaging services

October 7, 2004

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OTTAWA -- Atreus Systems™, the service fulfillment experts, today announced that TELUS, the largest telecommunications company in Western Canada and the second largest in the country, has selected Atreus xAuthority™ to enable IP Centrex and Messaging as part of the TELUS IP-One™ telephony service. TELUS IP-One™ is the first carrier-grade hosted and managed Internet Protocol (IP) telephony service in Canada which is now commercially available to business customers in Ontario and Quebec, Canada.

TELUS IP-One utilizes TELUS' Next Generation Network (NGN) rather than the telephone network to route calls and data, providing business customers with a full suite of IP-based advanced application services and the ability to integrate voice-mail, e-mail, data and images via a highly intuitive online Web portal. TELUS IP-One is a robust, secure and IP-based Next Generation Network (NGN), capable of offering integrated solutions comprising of voice, data and video application.

"We chose Atreus because they offered the best solution with the flexibility and power we needed to rapidly and cost-effectively activate the advanced services in our IP-One portfolio,” said Ibrahim Gedeon, Chief Technology Officer, TELUS. “By deploying the complete Atreus solution, from their development environment to their service provisioning products, we are able to rapidly model the processes and systems required to support all of our industry leading service offerings and manage the full suite of components that deliver them. We believe that Atreus delivers today‘s need for services like VoIP, while satisfying the growing demand for converged voice, video and data services.”

“We are excited to be selected by an industry leader such as TELUS. Their choice of Atreus is a testament to our shared vision to profitably deliver advanced voice and desktop services," said Andrea Baptiste, President and CEO, Atreus Systems. "Atreus’ solution will enable TELUS to reduce operational costs and quickly realize the revenue potential from deploying VoIP and other advanced IP services."

Atreus Systems Inc.

Telus Corp.

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