Viper Strikes at Vonage

Viper Networks releases new Broadband Phone Adaptor product, competing with Vonage and Packet8 in the broadband market

August 2, 2004

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SAN DIEGO -- Viper Networks Inc. (OTC:VPER) has completed testing and approval and will release its new "Broadband Phone Adaptor" product today for immediate introduction into its sales channels.

Viper's new Broadband Phone Adaptor is a device that allows users with a regular analog telephone to make and receive calls over its global VoIP network when it is plugged into DSL, Cable or other broadband Ethernet connections.

This innovative device, which can support up to 2 telephones (or 1 telephone and 1 fax machine) includes a built-in Router and DHCP Server and does not require a dedicated PC to operate. Viper expects that this robust functionality and the ability to add 2 telephones to an existing Broadband Internet connection without incurring additional monthly fees will especially appeal to the SoHo (Small office Home office) user.

Viper Networks Chief Executive Officer, Ron Weaver, commented, "With the introduction of our Broad Band Phone Adapter, we now have a product that competes 'head to head' with Vonage(R) and Packet8(TM) (NASDAQ:EGHT) in the Broadband market, as well as a full line of products to serve 'Dial-up' users, which these competitors don't even offer. We are competing in the estimated $750 Billion dollar telecommunications market, therefore we believe it is important to offer a wide range of solutions to customers looking to get away from traditional calling methods and try VoIP."

Viper Networks Inc.

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