VoIP Telecom, Inc. Network Boots Up Singapore Operations; Revenues Capable Up to 6 Million LD Minutes Monthly

IRVINE, Calif., June 26, 2000 (PRIMEZONE) -- VoIP Telecom, Inc. (OTCBB:VOPT), in conjunction with its wholly owned subsidiary, Access Network Limited (ACCESS), announced today that the ACCESS' Singapore-based network is ready. VoIP Telecom recently announced an aggressive VoIP deployment program whereby ACCESS will install Clarent servers across the Asia-Pacific region by the end of 2001.

"We are delighted to advise that our technical specialists have delivered ahead of time," stated VoIP Telecom President A. (Sandy) Anderson. "As of now...the Company has equipment in place fully capable of handling 6,000,000 long distance minutes per month."

Through ACCESS, the Company intends to build an IP Telephony network capable of handling more than 400 million voice minutes per year in East and South Asia alone. Asia is one of the most explosive digitized telecommunications arenas in the world today.

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Xilinx, Inc. (Nasdaq:XLNX) today announced the immediate availability of three high-level LogiCORE(TM) IP products to accelerate the design cycle of high-density FPGAs in communications applications. The HDLC (high-level data link control) protocol controllers and ADPCM (adaptive differential pulse code modulation) codec cores are used in a number of telecom applications ranging from Internet routers and switches to voice over Internet (VoIP) gateways. The release of these Xilinx(R) LogiCORE products expands Xilinx leadership in system level solutions for the communications market.

PictureTel Corporation PCTL, the world leader in collaboration technology, today announced it has licensed its best-in-class IDEC-II conferencing technologies to Microsoft Corporation MSFTP. By combining PictureTel's IDEC-II audio technology within the Microsoft DirectSound component architecture, users of Windows-based PCs with an Internet or conventional telephone connection will be able to converse naturally without purchasing expensive speakerphones.

Under the agreement, PictureTel will license its IDEC-II technology to Microsoft, enabling hands-free, full-duplex audio capabilities for Windows-based PCs with DirectSound. Additionally, PictureTel will license the IDEC-II components to third parties to enable integration of this capability into other products, such as soundcards, VoIP devices, wireless telephones, and other multimedia devices.

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