MTI and Cicero Networks deliver Poland’s first Fixed Mobile Convergence service

December 12, 2007

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DUBLIN -- Cicero Networks, a leading provider of wVoIP and multimedia solutions for Fixed Mobile Convergence, today announced that Mobilna Telefonia Internetowa (MTI), an international telecommunication company based in Poland, has successfully launched Poland’s first converged wVoIP- GSM service using its FMC technology.

LoVo is targeted at the corporate / SME market and delivers converged wireless VoIP and cellular services on both Nokia E Series and Microsoft Windows Mobile phones. MTI will initially provide services in Poland and plans to expand its reach across Central and Eastern Europe during 2008.

“By providing converged VoWi-Fi, Vo3G and GSM services LoVo deliver even greater mobility and reduced costs for our business customers. The service has been recognised as the most innovative network solution 2007 by NETGEAR Poland and our growth strategy means other Eastern European markets will benefit from FMC services in the near future.” commented Paweł Ośka, CEO of MTI.

Cicero Networks Ltd.

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