VSNL has expanded its relationship with Cramer, Amdocs OSS division

March 7, 2007

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NEW DELHI, India -- Amdocs (NYSE:DOX) , the leading provider of software and services to enable the intentional customer experience(TM), today announced that Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited (VSNL), India's leading international telecoms provider, has expanded its relationship with Cramer, Amdocs OSS division. VSNL will deploy Amdocs' Cramer6 OSS Suite as the centerpiece of its operations support systems (OSS) to manage its broadband, wholesale voice, as well as enterprise and carrier data offerings. The announcement was made today at TeleManagement World India Regional Summit.

VSNL is a leading international telecommunications company and is part of the $22 billion Tata Group. It is the leader in global wholesale voice and one of the world's largest owners of submarine cable bandwidth. Amdocs' Cramer6 OSS Suite will be deployed at VSNL's Centralized Network Operations Center (NOC) located in Mumbai. VSNL's NOC is the nerve-center that monitors and manages telecommunication services for the company's multiple business units, systems and services across 52 subsidiaries in 21 countries worldwide. Amdocs' Cramer solutions will support VSNL's multiple lines of business and technologies for both domestic and international geographies.

"In order to meet growing network demands, we needed a scalable OSS solution that supports all services across all networks," said Mr. M. R. Madhusudhan, VSNL's chief technology officer. "We believe that an inventory- centric integrated OSS coupled with Cramer and Amdocs' extensive experience in helping global service providers transform their OSS is the right combination to support VSNL's future growth. With Cramer6 OSS Suite, we can manage all lines of business, across all geographies with the ability to support local access, as well as centralized management of the network and services."

Amdocs Ltd. (NYSE: DOX)

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