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Snom Announces Partnership with BlueNote Networks

BERLIN, GERMANY and TEWKSBURY, MA — June 25, 2007 — snom technology AG, developer and manufacturer of Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephones, today announced a strategic partnership with BlueNote Networks, the leading provider of Business Communications Platforms that enable global enterprises to integrate voice, video and other real-time interactive communication services with business applications. After extensive certification procedures, snom phones are now officially interoperable with BlueNote’s SessionSuite software solutions.

“Our customers rely on the ease, flexibility and speed with which we can deploy our solutions,” said Alan Rosenberg, director of product management for BlueNote Networks. “As one of the leading VoIP phone manufacturers for enterprises today, we wanted to guarantee that our solutions would work with snom’s entire product line. Now, we can easily incorporate snom phones into our overall solutions.”

BlueNote’s SessionSuite product family integrates voice, video and other interactive communications with business applications through Web services, to help improve productivity, collaboration and business agility. Our product family comprises rich SIP-based Internet telephony software, Web Service APIs and client software applications. It can be deployed standalone or alongside existing PBX systems to create innovative communications-enabled business applications accessible by distributed workers, partners and customers.

“Interoperability is essential across the entire IT architecture in order to deliver an interactive communications platform that works,” said Michael Knieling, CFO and executive vice president of marketing and sales for snom. “The Web services market is an important area for us, especially since many enterprises are depending on these new, innovative solutions to deliver telephony services as an integral part of everyday business applications.”

All snom VoIP telephones, including the 300, 320, 360 and 370, are highly configurable and easy to manage through the keypad-cursor, dedicated function keys and menus, or Web browser, and offer user-friendly features like full-programmable keys and downloadable ringtones. snom phones offer a complete implementation of the IETF’s latest recommendations for standards-based authentication and content security (SIP(s)/sRTP).

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 10-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. Additional information on snom can be found at

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About BlueNote Networks
BlueNote Networks is driving the creation of communications-enabled business applications with its award-winning SessionSuite Business Communications Platforms. BlueNote Networks solutions combine the preeminent features of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) with Web services to drive innovation, while radically lowering the cost and complexity of enterprise voice, video and data services. SessionSuite software products form the foundation for enabling globally-reachable communication services and integrated workflow applications, while leveraging existing telephony and IT infrastructures.

BlueNote Networks is headquartered in Tewksbury, Massachusetts. For more information, visit

Press Contacts

Christian Baier
snom technology, AG
+49 30 39833-106

Janine Savarese
MRB Public Relations

Kristen Keller
MRB Public Relations

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