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Sangoma's Nenad Corbic to Speak at WebRTC Conference and Expo in San Francisco

Technology Session on Library Use to Provide Developers with Best Practices for Effective WebRTC-based App Development

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- Sangoma Technologies Corporation (TSX VENTURE:STC), a leading provider of hardware and software components that enable or enhance IP Communications Systems for both voice and data, announced that Nenad Corbic, its vice president of software engineering, will present at the upcoming WebRTC Conference and Expo. The event will take place November 27-29, 2012 at the South San Francisco Conference Center in San Francisco. Sangoma is a Silver Sponsor for the event.

"For some time now, Sangoma has been advocating "Integration at the Edge," while strategically developing products to serve as the "connective tissue" that enables interoperability between the many disparate networks, devices, clouds and applications that are part of the communications landscape. WebRTC is the latest technology that our products will connect with, and offers enormous potential for simplifying the addition of WebRTC components to IP Communications landscape," said Corbic. "WebRTC offers Sangoma an opportunity to reaffirm its leadership in the marketplace through providing innovative products that will connect WebRTC-based products to the rest of the network. Sangoma is proud to participate at the WebRTC Conference and Expo, and is committed to help educate the innovators and developers that will take this versatile foundational technology to the next level."

In the session entitled "Libraries and how to use them," Corbic will address ways that WebRTC and web tools can enable developers to take advantage of SDKs and other capabilities to drastically speed up their time to market. This session is a part of the Technology Track and starts at 9:40am on Thursday, November 29th.

WebRTC is an open source project focused on adding real-time communications capabilities to web browsers. WebRTC implements open standards for real-time, plugin-free video, audio and data communication within browsers from Google, Mozilla and Opera. A Real Time Communications Media Engine in the browser implements direct communications with other servers and applications to simplify integration. With WebRTC, developers can create and deploy platform independent applications that do not rely on complicated and potentially expensive plug-ins.

"Sangoma has a long history of supporting open source projects for telecommunications applications," continued Corbic. "As we continue to deliver new boards and software for established open source projects such as Asterisk and FreeSource, we look forward to being a significant contributor to the growth of WebRTC as it expands throughout the technology landscape."

About Sangoma Technologies Corporation

Sangoma is a leading provider of hardware and software components that enable or enhance IP Communications Systems for both telecom and datacom applications. Enterprises, SMBs and Carriers in over 150 countries rely on Sangoma's technology as part of their mission critical infrastructures. Through its worldwide network of Distribution Partners, Sangoma delivers the industry's best engineered, highest quality products, some of which carry the industry's first lifetime warranty. The product line includes data and telecom boards for media and signal processing, as well as gateway appliances and software.

Founded in 1984, Sangoma Technologies Corporation is publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE:STC). Additional information on Sangoma can be found at www.sangoma.com.

The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Contacts:
Sangoma Technologies Corporation
Jeffrey Dworkin
Director of Marketing
905.474.1990 x109
[email protected]
www.sangoma.com

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John Stafford
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