VoIP Inc. Supports Growth and Redundancy of All Network Elements

3/3/2005 - VoIP Inc. (OTCBB: VOII) announced that it had added an additional Point of Presence by co-locating and adding network elements to its VOIP systems in Level 3's state-of-the-art Data Center located in New York City.

"This new location provides our network infrastructure with additional redundancy, scalability, network efficiency, security and disaster recovery back-up for our wide range of customers," said Steven Ivester, CEO of VoIP Inc. "We expect to add additional Points of Presence as our infrastructure expands to meet traffic increases on a global scale."

"Level 3's New York Data Center is strategically located to provide the ideal networking environment for our mission-critical equipment," added Ivester. "Such a prime location also places us at a major telecommunications crossroads that will facilitate the expansion to thousands of small and mid-sized businesses and gives us a global presence that can accelerate the rollout of our groundbreaking suite of services."

"New York's 111 Eighth Avenue is one of the major interconnection points to the Internet," Albert Rodriguez - President of VoIP Americas is quoted as saying. "By establishing a point of presence here, we move closer to our customers and are better able to provide the Quality of Service (QoS) required for business critical VoIP services."

About VoIP, Inc. www.voipinc.com
VoIP, Inc. is an emerging global service provider of superior quality Voice over IP based solutions offering residential and business customers more user friendly and affordable ways to communicate. VoIP, Inc. also manufactures products and provides services to Internet Service Providers, Telecommunication Service Providers and Cable Operators in strategic countries around the world. VoIP, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides a comprehensive portfolio of IP multimedia-based solutions ranging from subscriber based voice services, to SIP based infrastructure design and deployment, to broadband customer premise equipment design and implementation services, as well as engineering design, manufacturing and distribution of wireless broadband technology. VoIP, Inc. has applied for a patent for its state of the art VoIP Multimedia Terminal Adaptor which today supports the FCC Commission's desire for VoIP providers to deliver Emergency 911 Calling, Disability Access, and Law Enforcement Access capabilities to the marketplace.

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