IPtimize Acquires DTT

IPtimize acquires Digital Telecom & Technology (DTT)

November 4, 2004

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DENVER -- IPtimize, Inc., a managed VoIP services provider serving small- and medium-size enterprises, announced today it has acquired the assets of Denver-based Digital Telecom & Technology (DTT). DTT, a provider of Internet Protocol (IP)-based telecom systems and IP integration services, specializes in IP phone systems from Toshiba, Nortel and Avaya. The company is Colorado's largest Toshiba phone dealer.

"DTT's local and national customer base and expertise in IP phones is complementary to our hosted VoIP solution," said John R. Evans, chairman and CEO of IPtimize. "We know that having both network- and hardware-based VoIP solutions provide customers with a greater range of choices as they migrate to this next wave of communications," he added, noting that, "more than 75 percent of all voice traffic will be carried over IP networks by 2007."

Evans also said that in addition to being able to offer managed VoIP solutions to more than 3,000 combined customers, the DTT acquisition significantly increases IPtimize's revenue and presence in the Denver marketplace.

"IPtimize is developing a growing portfolio of managed services that help businesses prepare their data network for VoIP and manage the network for them," noted Michael Dozier, vice president of sales and operations for DTT, who will join IPtimize as its chief operating officer. DTT CEO Rus Withers will also join IPtimize as vice president of national accounts. "Our customers have been asking for the expanded service and delivery capability the combined companies now provide," he said.

IPtimize Inc.

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