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snom’s VoIP phones can now be used with Microsoft’s Exchange Server 2007 facilitating professional communication

BERLIN, GERMANY– November 6, 2006- snom technology, developer and manufacturer of Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephones, today announced that during the VON Europe show in Berlin, Germany and SIMO in Madrid, Spain, snom technology will be demonstrating the compatibility of its SIP based VoIP phones with the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

The security provided by SIP-based (Session Initiation Protocol) IP communications offers a complex, protected, and unassailable communications infrastructure. Both snom and Microsoft customers benefit from the increased security measures that are put into place when using a SIP-based infrastructure.

Users can gain complete access to the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 services and hear messages with the simple touch of a key on a snom phone. The automatic speech recognition remotely controls all features and provides users with the ability to clearly listen to e-mails, journal entries, contact data, and calendar entries through the phone.

“snom is setting a new standard in the world of professional office communication with the interconnection of IP phones and the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007,” said Michael Knieling, CFO and Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales for snom. “This interoperability offers a great deal of advantages to consumers as well as SIP based IP communication.”

The test environment was made available in cooperation with Berlin-based ITaCS GmbH on the basis of the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. The standardized SIP Protocol is used to effect the interconnection between the Exchange Server 2007 and the VoIP phone system.

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Visit snom at VON Europe 2006 November 6th-9th at the
ICC Berlin, Booth # 315 and at SIMO 2006 November 7th — 12th in Madrid, Spain at our partner’s booth: Allnet, Hall 7, Booth C317

About snom
snom technology AG develops and manufactures Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephones and related equipment based on the IETF open standard, SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). Recognized for its high quality, customizable and cost-effective business solutions, snom is also differentiated by the company’s ten-year history in the VoIP industry, and its dedication to high security standards. All of snom’s software exists in the firmware on the phones — making it easier for users to download updates and new features. snom customers benefit from the interoperability and flexibility that the snom telephones offer, including plug and play integration and universal compatibility with any SIP-based telephony platform.

About ITaCS
The ITaCS GmbH is a consulting service provider for IT-Security and IT-Infrastructures. As a Microsoft Gold Partner since 2000, it offers a close collaboration with Microsoft’s highest technological knowledge and extensive project experience. With its three most valuable professionals (amongst others for Exchange Server) ItaCS is skilled in the highly specialized and technological know how in the IT- Infrastructure, IT-Security and Messaging areas. From the planning analysis to the implementation and maintenance, ITaCS provides highly functional and secure IT networks.

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Press Contacts

Maria Schnake
snom technology AG
Tel: +49 30 39833-103
Fax: +49 30 39833-111

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Shannon Gotthelf
MRB Public Relations
Tel: 732.758.1100

Bjorn Schneider
Friedrichstr. 121
D-10117 Berlin
Tel: +49 30 399784-12
Fax: +49 30 399784-44

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