MCM Telecom Deploys BroadWorks to Deliver Enterprise VoIP Services over Fiber throughout Mexico City

October 11, 2005

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GAITHERSBURG, Md. -- BroadSoft, Inc., the leading provider of VoIP application software, today announced that MCM Telecom, a leading competitive service provider based in Mexico City has selected BroadSoft's hosted VoIP application software to support its suite of corporate voice network services. MCM Telecom will use the BroadSoft(R) BroadWorks(R) platform to deliver hosted PBX services to medium and large enterprises in Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey.

MCM Telecom's fiber optic network serves 500 office buildings in Mexico City 's business center. Delivered over MCM's high-capacity fiber network, its Symphony service lets businesses reduce both ongoing costs and deployment expenses.

MCM Telecom also bundles its "soft phone," MCM Broadphone, with the service. With the soft phone, users make calls over their PCs, so enterprises do not need to buy new phones for each end user. Productivity improvements come through easy-to-use, web-based control of advanced communications features like find-me/follow-me, group functions, and auto attendant.

"With BroadSoft's BroadWorks platform, we defined the Symphony service to meet the needs of medium and large enterprise customers," said Mark Hilton, chief operating officer for MCM Telecom. "Our customers can now access the latest voice and multimedia communications features without major investment and keep their employees as connected and productive as possible."

"MCM Telecom's early fiber deployment to key business centers is an example of their vision and focus in addressing the enterprise market in Mexico City," said Michael Tessler, CEO and president of BroadSoft. "Delivering the BroadWorks-based Symphony service over that infrastructure, and combining those VoIP applications with the MCM Telecom soft client, brings a revolutionary communications alternative to medium and large enterprises."

BroadSoft Inc.

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