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Cisco Wins "Best in VoiceCon Award" for New Unified Communications System


VoiceCon Attendees Bestow Show Winner Status on Voice, Video and Collaboration System.

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 9, 2006 - Cisco Systems, Inc. today announced it has won the “2006 Best in VoiceCon” award for its newly announced Cisco Unified Communications system, a next-generation Internet Protocol (IP) Communications system for voice, video and collaboration.

The new system was publicly announced on March 6 and demonstrated at the VoiceCon trade show on March 7 in a keynote presentation by John Chambers, Cisco president and chief executive officer. The award is selected by a vote of attendees at the VoiceCon show, one of the leading conference events for business communications. The Cisco Unified Communications system was recognized for its exceptionally compelling new enterprise voice communications solutions.

“Cisco is honored to be selected by the VoiceCon attendees as the winner of the Best in VoiceCon award for its Unified Communications system,” said Donald R. Proctor, senior vice president, Voice Technology Group, Cisco Systems. “This award validates our strategy of using the power of the IP network to break down the barriers between traditional communications solutions, information systems and business processes.”

The Cisco Unified Communications system is a new suite of voice, data and video products and applications specifically designed to help organizations of all sizes to communicate more effectively. It is the first true second-generation IP communications system providing telephone services plus a rich communications environment that seamlessly integrates voice, video and data collaboration in one system to streamline business processes.

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