Ubiquity, Microsoft Partner

Ubiquity and Microsoft have signed an agreement to jointly develop, market, and sell converged communications solutions

June 5, 2006

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CHICAGO -- Ubiquity Software Corp. and Microsoft Corp. today announced they have signed an agreement to jointly develop, market and sell converged communications solutions to telecommunications service providers worldwide. Through the alliance, the companies will deliver solutions that bring together Microsoft® Connected Services Framework and Ubiquity’s award-winning SIP Application Server (SIP A/S), enabling service providers to quickly and cost-effectively bring to market new revenue-generating services for businesses and consumers.

The companies’ joint efforts will also help operators address critical issues such as the integration of service delivery platform (SDP) deployments with next-generation network implementations based on IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). The combined solutions developed through the Ubiquity and Microsoft alliance will help operators extend the capabilities of IMS to create applications that marry multiple Web services with real-time communications features.

“To maintain competitive advantage, telecommunications providers must be able to rapidly develop service portfolios that will build differentiation, foster customer loyalty and, ultimately, drive new revenues,” said Maria Martinez, corporate vice president of the Communications Sector at Microsoft. “To accomplish this, they require a comprehensive service enablement strategy, one that goes beyond the capabilities that SDP or IMS can deliver individually. Working with Ubiquity, we can provide operators with an integrated platform that leverages their investment in IMS infrastructure and introduces the innovation found in the Web world, enabling them to deliver rich, converged communications services to their users.”

Ubiquity Software Corp. (London: UBQ)

Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT)

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