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[January 31, 2013]

Voice & Data Networks, Inc. Introduces Core Infrastructure Management Services

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, Jan 31, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Voice & Data Networks, Inc. (VDN) - Today Voice & Data Networks is pleased to announce the launch of Core Infrastructure Management Services. This new VDN offering will provide organizations with solid core infrastructure management to enable the development and deployment of strategic enterprise applications. The Core Infrastructure Management Services allows resources to be distributed in a more effective way by eliminating the "run" of core infrastructure from an organization's IT staff and their to-do list.

IT's ability to focus on strategic business objectives is invaluable, given the pace of change in technology today.

"For years we have watched our clients labor over questions like which technology manufacturer is superior or what should my network look like now and for the next five years " said Joe Hines CEO of VDN. Joe asks those clients, "What does that question have to do with producing innovative products or reducing the expense of producing that service " VDN's Core Infrastructure Management Service, backed by a team of infrastructure experts, takes the risk out of the client's hands while delivering the best technology for their specific business needs.

"In the future, we will continue to leverage Voice & Data Networks' expertise to help us get the most from our Information Technology infrastructure," said Terry Pressley, CIO at Leonard, Street & Deinard.

Businesses that have an up-to-date and integrated enterprise unified communications infrastructure can leverage strategic apps such as collaborative workspaces, mobile information delivery, and route management, just to name a few. Recognizing that all businesses' needs are unique, VDN's Core Infrastructure Management Services are fully customizable to the client's needs. VDN's service delivers their clients a robust, scalable, and flexible core UC and network infrastructure that accommodates growth and change.

VDN's service provides clients a monthly, known cost that can encompass management, monitoring, maintenance, hosting, call center support and backups. "We're thrilled to offer a way to stabilize and predict IT costs to our customers. Due to updates, upgrades and outages, infrastructure costs can be inconsistent," said Hines. "This arrangement allows our clients to eliminate uncertainty and use their IT budgets to focus on strategic initiatives." Find out more about VDN's Core Infrastructure Management Services.

About Voice & Data Networks, Inc.

Voice & Data Networks, Inc. (www.voicedata.com) is a technology solutions and managed services provider backed by two decades of designing, implementing, maintaining and managing powerful converged communication networks for enterprise customers nationwide. VDN provides comprehensive service and support to small, medium and large companies resulting in exceptional customer service, improved productivity, and strategic business results. VDN takes pride in making communications applications return profitability and efficiencies to their customers.

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