Business News Wed, 14 Jan 2004

Viper Networks Completes Licensing for Ghana VoIP Route

SAN DIEGO--Jan. 14, 2004--Viper Networks Inc. announced today that through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mid-Atlantic International Inc., it has completed the purchase of the required licensing for termination of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) traffic in Ghana, West Africa and expects to have the route completed and operational in the next 30 days.

Ron Weaver, Viper's chief executive officer, commented, "We are on a mission to obtain licenses and establish VoIP routes and sales activities within what we feel are the most lucrative international cities and countries in the world. We are in the process of completing the licensing and establishing a route for a second major international site that we expect to close and announce in the next week to ten days."


Farid Shouekani, Viper's chief technology officer, commented, "The Ghana route, with our current operating international routes, and in addition to the 16 countries that are expected to be added with the acquisition of Adoria Communications, will further expand our global presence. This will not only accelerate the global growth of Viper Networks but also enhance the company's bottom line revenues. Mid-Atlantic has had a business relationship with Adoria Communications from their inception and know first-hand their dedication to quality service and the strategic international position they hold. Combined with the Mid-Atlantic operation, Viper Networks will have a fully integrated and seamless network under its own control that will expedite the roll-out of additional products and services in keeping with our business plan".