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Sangoma Showcases Award-Winning Solutions and New Products at ITEXPO Miami 2013

Company Will Unveil New Family of SBC Products and Showcase its Microsoft Lync Solutions; Will Host "Ask the Experts Pavilion" for Design Application Solutions

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/29/13 -- 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, will highlight several advanced networking and communications technologies and applications in a newly redesigned exhibit space at the ITEXPO Miami 2013 Conference. The event will take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Florida from January 30 through February 1, 2013. Sangoma will be located in booth #501 throughout the exhibition.

Highlighting the event will be Sangoma's introduction of its new line of Session Border Controller products, which are targeted to serve the needs of both service providers and enterprise customers. Sangoma will also showcase its 2012 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year NetBorder(TM) Lync Express, the only all-in-one Lync server appliance with a built-in VoIP gateway. In addition, the company will also exhibit a number of other technologies, including its highly-regarded award-winning telephony board products.

"We are very pleased that our company is taking an active role at ITEXPO to demonstrate how innovative solutions can have a very tangible impact on network performance and operations," said Doug Vilim, Sangoma's vice president of worldwide sales. "The launch of the new SBC family, combined with the successes of Lync Express and our other products, will help reinforce Sangoma's commitment to serving an ever-changing market. ITEXPO gives us-and our partners throughout the world-a unique opportunity to share our vision and successes firsthand with our primary audiences. We have every expectation that our products and offerings will continue to fuel the growth and success of the company and will be very well-received."

Several of Sangoma's key technology and distribution partners will participate in ITEXPO, providing a unique insight into how these offerings are utilized to improve network performance and efficiency. These partners include:


Acqueon (Booth #516)                   NetSapiens (Booth #311)              
Avanzada7 (Booth #523)                 Noble Systems (Booth #635)           
Commetrex Corporation (Booth #612)     Snom (Booth #429)                    
Denwa (Booth #723)                     SoTel Systems (Booth #501 with       
                                        Sangoma)                            
Elastix (Booth #523)                   VICIdial (Booth #818)                
Genesys (Booth #607)                   Vitelity Communications (Booth #301) 
Intelepeer (Booth #516)                VoIP Innovations (Booth #506)        
Interactive Intelligence (Booth #409)  XmarteK (Booth #914)                 

In addition to exhibiting, several partners will join Sangoma in Booth #501 for the "Ask the Experts" series, where IT professionals and end users can ask Sangoma technologists and professionals for guidance in resolving specific networking issues.

"Sangoma has seen significant market-share growth throughout the Central and Latin American regions that has been bolstered by many of the partners that are participating in ITEXPO," said Ernesto Casas, Sangoma director of sales for Central America and Latin America. "For example, Argentina-based Denwa serves the entire South and Central American region with innovative next-generation communications solutions that rely almost exclusively on Sangoma hardware and software. We are very excited to continue to build momentum in this region by strengthening our partnerships with leading solution providers."

"We are delighted that Sangoma has chosen ITEXPO to introduce its new Session Border Controller products," said Dave Rodriquez, president of Technology Marketing Corporation. "Sangoma continues to bring fresh and dynamic ideas to the communications industry, and we anticipate that our audience will once again benefit a great deal from their participation."

Sangoma's industry-leading solution portfolio enables the interworking of a wide variety of disparate TDM and IP networks, clouds, protocols, services, devices, and applications. Its portfolio includes award-winning voice and data boards, transcoding and gateway software, standalone gateway appliances for SS7 and TDM-to-SIP, wireless boards, multiplexers, Microsoft Lync gateways, and session border controllers. These products are designed for simple integration with open source and closed source IP PBX applications, contact centers, unified communications systems and service provider networks. For more information about the Sangoma portfolio of IP telephony and network integration solutions, or to locate an authorized reseller, visit www.sangoma.com.

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.

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