DataLogic subsidiary IPN Communications has received order for 10 VOIP servers from global long distance carrier

January 12, 2004

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IRVINE, Calif. -- IPN Communications, a majority owned subsidiary of DataLogic International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: DLGI - news; Berlin Stock Exchange: 779612) today announced that it has received an initial purchase order for 10 VoIP servers from a global long distance carrier.

Each server is capable of supporting up to 2000 subscribers. The servers, to be delivered this month, will be configured to seamlessly interface with the carrier’s existing public-switch telephone network (PSTN). The new platform will allow the carrier to expand its product line by offering low-cost, high quality VoIP calling worldwide using IPN’s IP-Phones(TM).

“This purchase order further confirmed the quality and reliability of our products. Our server products are compelling solutions for carriers to maintain their competitive edge by expanding their services with inexpensive VoIP calling”, stated Michael Wu, IPN’s CEO.

“We expect to see an increasing trend of domestic and global carriers offering VoIP services as the sector continues to gain critical mass”, commented Keith Nguyen, IPN’s President. “We continue to seek innovative VoIP solutions to offer at the telecom, corporate and consumer levels and have several products that we anticipate to announce and/or roll out this quarter to further strengthen our suite of products and services”, added Nguyen.

DataLogic International Inc.

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