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QoS Networks, a new generation network using intelligent, high-performance
routing to optimise content delivery with guaranteed Quality of Service
(QoS) - all in a native IP environment - today announced their strong
relationship in Japan with NTT Data Corporation.

This relationship will allow QoS Networks to utilise all parts of the NTT
network provided by NTT Data. Furthermore, QoS Networks will broaden the
depolyment of its POPs (Points of Presence) throughout Japan by use of the
housing services provided by NTT Data. NTT Data is delighted to assist
QoS Networks in the development of their plans.

L. Daniel O'Neill, Chairman of QoS Networks said, "We in QoS have had a
long relationship with and have long admired NTT Data, one of Japan's
foremost technology companies. This relationship is important for QoS and
demonstrates QoS' commitment to delivering new generation services to
Japanese customers in partnership with a market leader in data services."

This will further expand the QoS' IP network in Japan allowing customers
throughout the country to connect seamlessly to the QoS global network.
This arrangement will give QoS Networks the most extensive domestic
Japanese network of any non-Japanese carrier.

Yasunori Nobutoki, the President of QoS Network Services Japan said "We
view Japan as a key market for next generation IP based network services
and we are committed to playing a major role in the provision of these
services. Our strong relationship with NTT Data gives us the ability to
be a provider of such services throughout Japan."

About QoS Networks

QoS Networks, headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, is a new generation,
high-performance, 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 global POPs, interconnected via broadband
technologies - including all major commercial and Internet access centres
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 in real time
directly via the desktop. For further information, visit the company
online at:

About NTT Data Corporation

NTT Data Corporation is a subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation.
NTT Data provides a broad range of data processing and network
integration, and network consulting services for both Japanese and
international companies in Japan and in other parts of the world. In
addition NTT Data operates an extensive domestic Japanese data
communications network with connectivity to every city in Japan.

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