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AOL Uses Sonus for VOIP

AOL deploys Sonus for its new Internet phone service

March 9, 2005

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CHELMSFORD, Mass. -- Sonus Networks (Nasdaq: SONS), a leading provider of voice over IP (VoIP) infrastructure solutions, today announced that America Online, Inc. has selected Sonus as a key provider for its new Internet phone service. By deploying Sonus' technology, America Online will be able to provide a suite of advanced communications features designed to put AOLR members in control of their telephone service and online communications.

"We're excited to be working with America Online, a pioneer in the evolution of the Internet, and a company that has changed the paradigm for access to information and communication services. AOL's commitment to rolling out a Sonus-powered consumer voice over broadband solution is an important step in continuing the legacy of innovation that is synonymous with both of our companies," said Hassan Ahmed, chairman and CEO, Sonus Networks.

"Sonus has collaborated closely with AOL to enable us to use VoIP as a platform to fulfill our commitment to consumers to offer the best tools to communicate and express themselves," said John McKinley, President of AOL Digital Services and Chief Technology Officer of America Online, Inc. "We can now apply our technology to change the very nature of voice calls, making them a pathway not just for conversations, but for a wide range of interactive applications."

Sonus Networks Inc.

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