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  Sangoma's Support Opens the Windows Market for 
         the Yate PBX and IVR Project

Sangoma Technologies Corporation (TSX VENTURE:STC - News; 
www.sangoma.com), a leading provider of connectivity 
hardware and software products supporting voice transport, 
WANs and Internet infrastructure, and the Null Team Company 
(www.null.ro), primary developer of Yate, announced today an
agreement to develop a Windows-based version of the 
GPL-licensed Yate telephony project.
Yate is a next-generation telephony engine. While the 
project currently supports VoIP/ telephony gateways and 
Interactive Voice Response (IVR), its power lies in its 
scalability. Voice, video, data and instant messaging can 
all run independently under Yate's flexible routing engine 
while interacting through a unified messaging system.

"Most commercial IVR applications such as call centers are 
Windows-based. This open source initiative will free 
developers from reliance on hard-to-use, proprietary 
solutions based on expensive hardware," says Sangoma 
Technologies President and CEO David Mandelstam. 
"Recognizing the inherent strengths of the Yate model we 
have offered our technical and financial assistance to offer
this project to the large market that is dominated by 
Windows. We expect to take a leadership role as we support 
the project for the developer community."

"Yate for Windows provides the first open solution for 
Windows-based clients requiring integrated, customized 
telephony systems," says Diana Cionoiu the leader of the 
YATE project. "Because of the modular nature, stability and
scalability of Yate, it is a natural integration platform 
for the developers of high quality open source 
telephony-related software."

About Sangoma Technologies Corporation

Founded in 1984, Sangoma develops and manufactures voice 
transport and wide area network (WAN) communication hardware
and software products, with an emphasis on the PC platform.
The communications solutions, voice, data and video 
gateways support all popular WAN networks, line protocols 
and all standard PC operating systems and platforms 
including Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, Sun Solaris, NetWare and
DOS. Sangoma Technologies Corporation is publicly traded on
the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV: STC - News).

About Null Team Company

With years of experience in telephony and software 
development, Null Team was formally created in 2004. Their 
primary product, Yate, is a telephony engine suitable for 
customized solutions for call centers, carriers, enterprise 
and SOHO markets.
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