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Media Alert

WHEN: Tuesday 27th February 2001

WHERE QoS Networks, 4 St James Place, London SW1

WHO: Neil Timm, CTO

25 years in communications technology including prominent positions in
Bell Labs, Lucent, AT&T, Vanstar, Light Networks


· Neil will unveil the strategy behind QoS Networks' products as well as
discuss the key requirements and drivers of the IP networking market.

· QoS Networks core product portfolio - QoS VPN Service, QoS VoIP Service,
QoS Port & Peer Service, QoS Intelligent IP Transit Service and QoS OP
Private Line Service - addresses the burgeoning demand of converged voice,
data and multimedia services.

· At the heart of these five products is a native IP environment that
delivers best in class priority routing, web-configurable bandwidth and
network optimisation.

You are also invited to attend presentations by Neil Timm at the following

· Global IP Carriers

"Next Generation Network /Architecture: Delivering tomorrows IP services"

28 February, 13:55pm

Novotel London West, Hammersmith International Centre, 1 Shortlands,
London, W6 8DR

He will also be speaking at the following event:

· Policy Based Network Management

26 February, London

To arrange a briefing and/or attend the speaker sessions please call:

Marjan Khanji or Gillie Tennant

Brodeur Worldwide

Tel: 01753 790700

Email: mkhanji /

About QoS Networks

QoS Networks, headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, is a new generation,
high-performance, totally customisable content-delivery network provider.
Operating in a native IP environment and built on open system standards,
QoS Networks provides global, seamless coverage, speed, classification and
prioritisation of traffic flows, as well as intelligence and value-added
services built directly into the network core. The company's
patent-pending, network architecture comprises a mesh of Q-Links, (global
POPs) interconnected via broadband technologies - including all major
commercial and Internet access centers around the world reaching 46
locations by year-end 2001. QoS Networks has also developed a
proprietary, Web-enabled interface known as Q-Access, permitting customers
to change bandwidth and prioritisation directly via the desktop. For
further information, visit the company online at:

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