TTPCom Selects Radvision

Radvision's 3G video telephony platform to be integrated into TTP Communications' AJAR mobile applications platform

August 8, 2005

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FAIR LAWN, N.J. -- RADVISION (Nasdaq:RVSN) today announced an agreement with TTPCom Ltd., the leading independent developer of wireless intellectual property. TTPCom will integrate video telephony capabilities into its AJAR mobile applications platform for wireless handsets using RADVISION's 3G-324M Toolkit.

"RADVISION is the acknowledged leader in Internet Protocol (IP) and 3G signaling protocol development kits," said Morten Iversen, Director of Partnership Programmes at TTPCom. "When we began looking for a partner to add high-end multimedia and video telephony capabilities to our AJAR handset development platform, RADVISION quickly rose to the top due to its field-proven technology, market leadership, and up-to-date, reliable, industry-standard protocols."

TTPCom's AJAR is a complete framework that provides handset manufacturers with a development environment for the design of low-end to high-end multimedia phones. With a single applications investment in AJAR, handset designers can quickly customize the user interface, hasten time to market, and easily implement third-party applications. A number of key components and applications are already integrated with the AJAR platform, including multimedia messaging, browser functionality, player/recorder/camera support, and intelligent text-entry. TTPCom's agreement with RADVISION will add video telephony capabilities to broaden the functions of this comprehensive development framework.

"We are very happy to team with TTPCom and have our advanced 3G-324M technology integrated into AJAR," said Adi Paz, Sr. Director of Product Management and Marketing for RADVISION's Technology Business Unit. "TTPCom is rapidly gaining traction in the handset development market and its customers can gain a competitive advantage by quickly adding video telephony capabilities to their next-generation wireless handsets with AJAR."

Based on RADVISION's industry-leading H.323 Protocol Toolkit, the 3G-324M Toolkit includes a rich set of features with the necessary capabilities to develop leading multimedia communication solutions for 3G networks and terminals. Fully compatible with 3G-324M enabled devices, RADVISION's 3G-324M Toolkit is optimized for minimal dynamic memory usage, yet offers outstanding performance. Version 3.0 of the 3G-324M Toolkit is currently available worldwide.

The AJAR platform with video telephony capabilities is in development now and is expected to be available in early Q4 2005.

Radvision Ltd.

TTP Communications plc

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