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FW: FIBERNET LAUNCHES A CARRIER-GRADE PLATFORM FOR VOIP PEERING
> PRESS RELEASE
> FiberNet Launches Phonomenum? - A Carrier-Grade Platform for VoIP Peering
> New York - October 24, 2005 - FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: FTGX), a
> leading provider of complex interconnection services, today announced the
> launch of Phonomenum, a carrier-class, ENUM-based technology platform that
> enables carriers, cable operators and Voice-over-IP (VoIP) service providers
> establish peering connections and exchange VoIP traffic.
> "Phonomenum answers the challenge of interconnecting multiple Voice-over-IP
> service providers to directly exchange VoIP traffic," said Ernest Hoffmann,
> Vice President of Engineering for FiberNet. "This platform also incorporates
> a carrier-class implementation of ENUM to address the need for an extremely
> reliable, highly scalable service that can handle hundreds of millions of
> phone numbers as demand for VoIP service grows."
> ENUM refers to the Internet Engineering Task Force protocol that maps
> telephone numbers to resources on the Internet in much the same way a Domain
> Name System architecture maps domain names and host names to IP addresses. It
> is a key technology that enables VoIP calls to be routed directly between
> VoIP providers.
> Phonomenum will be launched at the FiberNet 60 Hudson Street Meet-Me-Room and
> it will leverage FiberNet's extensive network infrastructure, facilities and
> capacity to interconnect over 650 service providers.
> "Phonomenum is a direct result of FiberNet's intense customer focus and deep
> understanding of client needs," said Jon A. DeLuca, President and CEO of
> Fibernet. "With Phonomenum, FiberNet continues to be at the forefront of
> innovative technologies that will benefit our customers."
> About FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc.
> FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc. owns and operates integrated interconnection
> facilities and diverse transport routes in the two gateway markets of New
> York/New Jersey and Los Angeles, designed to provide comprehensive broadband
> interconnectivity enabling the exchange of traffic over multiple networks.
> FiberNet's customized connectivity infrastructure provides an advanced, high
> bandwidth, fiber-optic solution to support the demand for network capacity and
> to facilitate the interconnection of multiple carriers' and customers'
> networks. For additional information about FiberNet, visit the company's
> website at
> Various remarks that we may make about FiberNet's future expectations, plans
> and prospects constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe
> harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
> Such remarks are valid only as of today, and we disclaim any obligation to
> update this information. Actual results may differ materially from those
> indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of various important
> including those discussed in FiberNet's most recent Annual Report on Form
> 10-K, which is on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
> # # #
> Norma I. Salcido
> FiberNet Telecom Group Inc.
> Ben Billingsley
> CooperKatz & Co. for FiberNet
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