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[February 17, 2005]

Skype, Peerio, Nimcat Networks, Teleo on Panel at INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Miami 2005

NORWALK, Conn. --(Business Wire)-- Feb. 17, 2005 -- Peer-to-Peer Telephony Phenomenon Takes Center Stage at Leading VoIP Conference in Miami Next Week

Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC(R)) today released the complete list of panelists for the session titled, "A Close Look at P2P VoIP" at their INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO in Miami next week. -0- *T The panel includes: Peter Sisson, President & CEO, Teleo; Skype co-founder and CEO Niklas Zennstrom (via teleconference); Dmitry Goroshevsky, President and CEO of Popular Telephony; and Nimcat Networks' CEO, Mahshad Koohgoli. Tom Keating, TMC's CTO will moderate. *T

The conference will be held February 22-25, 2005 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Miami, Florida. "A Close Look at P2P VoIP" takes place Thursday, February 24th at 8:15 a.m.

"Peer-to-Peer VoIP is a potentially disruptive force that is taking the IP telephony market by storm. OK, 'incrementally by storm.' Little by little, bit by bit, this approach to VoIP is taking hold. Proponents say that P2P VoIP addresses issues such as scalability, security, redundancy that are required in enterprise and service provider implementations, while supporting basic as well as innovative features. I can't wait to hear what this panel of true experts on the topic has to say about the future of P2P in a VoIP world," said Rich Tehrani, TMC president and conference chairman.

The "A Close Look at P2P VoIP" session is one of more than 75 total breakouts during the four-day INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Miami 2005. There are conference tracks for enterprises, government, service providers, developers and resellers, covering topics ranging from Open Source Telephony Development to VoIP Network Security to Regulation and E-911.

Registration for the show is now open. Anyone interested may register by visiting http://www.itexpo.com. Booth space is completely sold out.

Press inquiries regarding INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Miami 2005 can be directed to Mostafa Razzak of 23-31 Communications: 646-442-3361 or m.razzak@23-31.com.

About TMC(R)

Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) publishes two print magazines: Customer Interaction Solutions, and Internet Telephony; five digital publications, SIP Magazine, Speech-World, WiFI Telephony Magazine, VoIP Developer, WiMAX Magazine; and the online publications TMCnet.com, Planet PDA Magazine, WiFi Revolution, Alternative Power and BiometriTech. TMC is also the first publisher to test new products in its own on-site laboratories, TMC Labs. TMC also produces The VoIP Developer Conference, Speech-World Conference, IP Contact Center Summit and The Global Call Center Outsourcing Summit. TMCnet.com publishes more than 25 topical online newsletters. For more information about TMC, visit its Web site at www.tmcnet.com.

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