Scarlet Telecom uses Allied Data's integrated access devices to offer voice-over-DSL services

October 27, 2004

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SPIJKENISSE, The Netherland -- Allied Data Technologies, specialist in Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) for the Local Loop (PSTN, ISDN, xDSL), today announces an agreement with Scarlet Telecom, one of the largest telecom suppliers in the Benelux, for the delivery of 20.500 Integrated Access Devices (IAD).

The agreement involves a Voice Integrated Access Device that is capable of providing VoATM, ADSL Annex A and Annex B on a single board. Using Allied Data's VoDSL IAD, Scarlet positions itself as a supplier of combined voice and data enabling customers to have a telephone conversation by means of an ADSL-broadband connection.

'Scarlet targets this product at calling and surfing use over a single line, making it possible now in the Netherlands and Belgium to switch over to Scarlet entirely without having to change phone numbers', says Marijn de Jong, COO of Scarlet Telecom. 'Allied Data Technologies is for Scarlet THE partner because of their continuous development in the field of VoDSL and because they are the VoDSL market leader in the Benelux.'

'With our VoDSL IAD's, Scarlet has got a perfect tool to combine and expand their voice and data services', according to Jeroen van Eersel, Sales & Marketing Manager of Allied Data Technologies. 'Our products are currently with all large telecom suppliers in the Benelux. It's definitely the end of a "separated voice and data services" era.'

Allied Data Technologies B.V.

Scarlet B.V.

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