Cedar Point Wins VOIP Contract

Cedar Point’s Safari C³ is selected for voice deployment with Bresnan Communications’ Grand Junction system

January 11, 2005

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DERRY, N.H. -- Cedar Point Communications, the leader in integrated packet-based voice switching technologies for the cable industry, today announced that its SAFARI C³ Media Switching System has been selected for the delivery of primary line voice-over-IP cable telephony services on Bresnan Communications’ Grand Junction, Colorado system. Bresnan is expected to launch telephone service in Grand Junction in conjunction with Net2Phone’s hosted telephony platform in the first quarter of 2005.

“Our philosophy always has been to look beyond core residential video services to the totally integrated communications bundles that make cable a compelling value proposition,” said Leonard Higgins, senior vice president of advanced services for Bresnan. “The simplicity, cost-effectiveness and scalability of SAFARI C³ will enable us to deliver high-quality, highly-reliable services that will help us attract and retain customers.”

“Bresnan has earned a deserved reputation as an industry innovator in the deployment of advanced broadband services,” said Dave Spear, executive vice president, strategy and market development for Cedar Point. “We’re pleased that they have recognized the value that SAFARI C³’s integrated approach can bring to cable system operators delivering voice services.”

Cedar Point Communications Inc.

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