The International Packet Communications Consortium announces the integration of the International VoIP Council into the IPCC

June 23, 2004

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CHICAGO -- The International Packet Communications Consortium (IPCC) announced at Supercomm today the integration of the International VoIP Council into its organization. In recognition of the complimentary nature of their missions the two organizations have joined forces to increase their focus on promoting and accelerating the development of VoIP and packet communications markets and solutions. The combined organization will retain the IPCC name and structure.

"I am really excited about uniting the two strongest VoIP industry associations and I am looking forward to working with our expanded membership," said Neal Shact the International VoIP Council Chairman. "We decided that we could accomplish more if we joined forces with the IPCC, and our membership unanimously voted for the integration, he added.

Neal will assume the newly created leadership role of Community Developer where he will be working closely with Michael Khalilian, President and Chairman of the IPCC to expand the IPCC community.

"We welcome the International VoIP Council, a long term partner of the IPCC," said Michael Khalilian, Chairman and President of the IPCC. "Their members are industry leaders whose dedication to VoIP and packet communications greatly enhances the IPCC community and the industry as a whole. We all agree that we will accomplish more with one unified voice on VoIP."

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