Voiceglo chooses Ciena/Laurel solution to support rapidly growing GloPhone VOIP service

June 9, 2004

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LINTHICUM, Md. and PITTSBURGH -- CIENA(R) Corporation (NASDAQ:CIEN) and Laurel Networks, Inc. today announced that global full-service Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications company Voiceglo (OTCBB:TGLO), has deployed a joint CIENA/Laurel multiservice edge solution to support its rapidly growing GloPhone service. CIENA DN 7100(TM) multiservice edge switches and Laurel ST200(TM) service edge routers provide the voice switching, Internet routing and peering, sophisticated quality of service (QoS), subscriber management and interface flexibility required to economically and reliably deliver innovative local, long distance and international GloPhone service to any Internet-enabled computer worldwide.

Voiceglo, a global communications company, offers Web-based home and business phone service to anyone anywhere in the world. Voiceglo customers can use the Internet to make and receive local and long distance calls, using their existing phone number. Voiceglo's flagship product, GloPhone, allows users to make calls directly from their browsers to any telephone in the world. GloPhone Blue, a free product, offers users the ability to make unlimited calls to other GloPhone users at no cost.

"GloPhone delivers crystal-clear calls and value-added features to a rapidly growing user base over any broadband or dial-up Internet connection," said Edward Cespedes, president of Voiceglo. "That rate of service innovation and growth requires an infrastructure with the highest performance and flexibility. Only the CIENA/Laurel solution delivered the rich features needed to tie into softswitches and media gateways, manage our peering agreements, guarantee voice quality and provide service over multiple access networks."

Ciena Corp.

Laurel Networks Inc.


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