FreelineUSA introduces "Survivable VoIP” at Dow Jones Network Ventures Conference 2006

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FreelineUSA, Inc. has developed a unique architecture to address the need for low cost, and fully survivable, corporate voice networks. The Company will highlight real-world applications of its IP Centric product lines at this year’s Dow Jones Network Ventures Conference.

FreelineUSA, Inc. presents “FreelineUSA Technology for What’s Next in IP Communications” at the Dow Jones Network Ventures Conference 2006

FreelineUSA, Inc. has developed a unique architecture to address the need for low cost, and fully survivable, corporate voice networks. The Company will highlight real-world applications of its IP Centric product lines at this year’s Dow Jones Network Ventures Conference. A truly unique architecture developed at FreelineUSA, Inc.; co-existing in a proprietary and standards based environment, allows the FL-USA 800 Series to interoperate between 200 locations or more— without any centralized point of failure, such as a gatekeeper or softswitch. Operating simultaneously on a mesh, and point-to-point basis, the system permits “point-to-point VPN encryption” of sensitive corporate communications. What does this mean to end users— voice networks that stay up, with no single point of network failure, permitting secure, low cost voice communications that are as reliable as the internet itself.

FreelineUSA sees the Dow Jones Network Ventures Conference 2006 as a world-class venue to highlight the real world capability being delivered today to our business and government clients. FreelineUSA offers “Business Class VoIP phone calls at coach prices”— enabling a seamless and reliable transition from the circuit switch voice infrastructure we have today to the high-quality and reliable IP centric voice and video networks of the future.

“VoIP, the exciting voice technology enabled by convergence of faster processors and broadband access is going main-stream in American Business, driven by global competition to lower operations costs. VoIP now looks like a keeper,” said Robert Simkavitz president and ceo of FreelineUSA. “When hard dollars are involved, reliability of these new business networks is critical, network resiliency is paramount. These new VoIP networks must match or exceed the quality and reliability we have come to expect from the traditional telephone network.”

Founded in 2003 FreelineUSA, Inc. is a privately held U.S. corporation headquartered in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, led by the president and ceo Robert Simkavitz. For more information about FreelineUSA and our leading VoIP, IP Video, and Gig-a-bit optical access technologies please visit us at http://www.FreelineUSA.com.

Company Contact: Deborah Stange

FreelineUSA, Inc., Vice President Marketing

9457 S University Blvd., Suite 166

Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

Direct: (303) 791-1405 x102

Jessica Hine, Dow Jones – Private Equity Analyst,

VentureOne, VentureWire

201 California Street, 10th Floor

San Francisco, California 94111

Direct: (415) 439-6654

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