SciDyn Presents VoIP Technology at India 2001 Conference; First IP Telephony Conference Held in India

Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from Science Dynamics Corporation

    CHERRY HILL, N.J., April 17 /PRNewswire/ --
 Science Dynamics Corporation "SciDyn" (Nasdaq:   SIDY), a leading developer of
 Internet Protocol-based (IP) telephony solutions and services is introducing
 its IP telephony products and services at the first IP telephony conference
 held in India.  India 2001 is hosted by iLocus.com, a market research group
 dedicated to the global IP telephony industry. The conference is being held at
 the LeMeridian Hotel in Bangalore, India from April 17th through
 April 19th, 2001.
     Earlier this year, the government of India announced its decision to
 replace the Telegraph Act with a new Convergence Act. Under the 1885 Telegraph
 Act, separate rules existed for the delivery of voice and data and hence
 Internet telephony was not permissible. India's Convergence Act will have
 uniform laws regarding the delivery system of voice and data that will allow
 the entry and emergence of voice over IP telephony (VoIP) communication,
 opening the market to IP telephony infrastructure providers such as SciDyn.
     During the iLocus.com show, SciDyn will be promoting its
 IntegratorC-2000(R) series of IP gateways that enable real-time, two-way
 communication between traditional circuit-switched networks and packet-
 switched IP telephony networks.  The series includes gateway solutions that
 can handle anywhere from 4 analog to 360 digital voice ports per chassis and
 are scalable to more than 5,000 ports.  The gateways are built upon SciDyn's
 powerful BubbleLINK(R) software architecture that provides remote
 upgradability, seamless scalability and optional value added services such as
 Debit Card, Prepaid, Collect Call and other traditional Card Services.  SciDyn
 will also participate in an industry roundtable at the conference outlining
 the future of new hybrid networks that bridge legacy circuit-switched networks
 with new VoIP based packet-switched networks.
     "SciDyn's robust, yet versatile, gateways are designed to help enterprises
 and service providers create and manage a complete, feature-rich IP telephony
 network for voice and fax transport.  Our software boasts a distributed
 process architecture that achieves a high level of efficiency, flexibility and
 availability of services across the network," stated Joe Giegerich, Vice
 President of Sales and Marketing.  "We are committed to technological
 innovation and are adept and willing to provide customized solutions.  SciDyn
 encompasses more than twenty years of telecommunication experience and is
 excited to offer its products and services to enterprises and service
 providers that want to reap the benefits of IP telephony in India."
 
     About Science Dynamics:
     Headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Science Dynamics Corporation
 (SciDyn) is a leading developer of telecommunications solutions.  SciDyn's IP
 telephony products enable the seamless connection between traditional
 circuit-switch based networks and the next generation of packet-based
 networks.  Products include: The IntegratorC-2000(R) series of IP telephony
 gateways, the Call Control System for correctional facilities (also based on
 the IntegratorC-2000(R) architecture) and the VFX-200 series of Video over
 Frame Relay Access Devices. Visit Science Dynamics Corporation's Web site at
 http://www.scidyn.com.
 
     The Company is making this statement in order to satisfy the "safe harbor"
 provisions contained in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
 This press release includes forward-looking statements relating to the
 business of the Company.  Forward-looking statements contained herein or in
 other statements made by the Company are made based on management's
 expectations and beliefs concerning future events impacting the Company and
 are subject to risks, uncertainties and factors relating to the other factors,
 which Company's operations and business environment, all of which are
 difficult to predict and many of which are beyond the control of the Company,
 that could cause actual results of the Company to differ materially from those
 set forth above and elsewhere in the Annual Report.  The Company may encounter
 competitive, technological, and financial and business challenges making it
 more difficult to market its products and services, the impact of which may in
 matters expressed in or implied by forward-looking statements.  The Company
 believes that the following factors, among others, could turn affect the
 Company's results of operations and financial position, affect its future
 performance and cause actual results of the Company to differ materially from
 those expressed in or implied by forward-looking statements made by or on
 behalf of the Company:  (a) the effect of technological changes; (b) increases
 in or unexpected losses; (c) increased competition; (d) fluctuations in the
 costs to operate the business; (e) uninsurable risks; and (f) general economic
 conditions.
 
 

SOURCE Science Dynamics Corporation
    CHERRY HILL, N.J., April 17 /PRNewswire/ --
 Science Dynamics Corporation "SciDyn" (Nasdaq:   SIDY), a leading developer of
 Internet Protocol-based (IP) telephony solutions and services is introducing
 its IP telephony products and services at the first IP telephony conference
 held in India.  India 2001 is hosted by iLocus.com, a market research group
 dedicated to the global IP telephony industry. The conference is being held at
 the LeMeridian Hotel in Bangalore, India from April 17th through
 April 19th, 2001.
     Earlier this year, the government of India announced its decision to
 replace the Telegraph Act with a new Convergence Act. Under the 1885 Telegraph
 Act, separate rules existed for the delivery of voice and data and hence
 Internet telephony was not permissible. India's Convergence Act will have
 uniform laws regarding the delivery system of voice and data that will allow
 the entry and emergence of voice over IP telephony (VoIP) communication,
 opening the market to IP telephony infrastructure providers such as SciDyn.
     During the iLocus.com show, SciDyn will be promoting its
 IntegratorC-2000(R) series of IP gateways that enable real-time, two-way
 communication between traditional circuit-switched networks and packet-
 switched IP telephony networks.  The series includes gateway solutions that
 can handle anywhere from 4 analog to 360 digital voice ports per chassis and
 are scalable to more than 5,000 ports.  The gateways are built upon SciDyn's
 powerful BubbleLINK(R) software architecture that provides remote
 upgradability, seamless scalability and optional value added services such as
 Debit Card, Prepaid, Collect Call and other traditional Card Services.  SciDyn
 will also participate in an industry roundtable at the conference outlining
 the future of new hybrid networks that bridge legacy circuit-switched networks
 with new VoIP based packet-switched networks.
     "SciDyn's robust, yet versatile, gateways are designed to help enterprises
 and service providers create and manage a complete, feature-rich IP telephony
 network for voice and fax transport.  Our software boasts a distributed
 process architecture that achieves a high level of efficiency, flexibility and
 availability of services across the network," stated Joe Giegerich, Vice
 President of Sales and Marketing.  "We are committed to technological
 innovation and are adept and willing to provide customized solutions.  SciDyn
 encompasses more than twenty years of telecommunication experience and is
 excited to offer its products and services to enterprises and service
 providers that want to reap the benefits of IP telephony in India."
 
     About Science Dynamics:
     Headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Science Dynamics Corporation
 (SciDyn) is a leading developer of telecommunications solutions.  SciDyn's IP
 telephony products enable the seamless connection between traditional
 circuit-switch based networks and the next generation of packet-based
 networks.  Products include: The IntegratorC-2000(R) series of IP telephony
 gateways, the Call Control System for correctional facilities (also based on
 the IntegratorC-2000(R) architecture) and the VFX-200 series of Video over
 Frame Relay Access Devices. Visit Science Dynamics Corporation's Web site at
 http://www.scidyn.com.
 
     The Company is making this statement in order to satisfy the "safe harbor"
 provisions contained in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
 This press release includes forward-looking statements relating to the
 business of the Company.  Forward-looking statements contained herein or in
 other statements made by the Company are made based on management's
 expectations and beliefs concerning future events impacting the Company and
 are subject to risks, uncertainties and factors relating to the other factors,
 which Company's operations and business environment, all of which are
 difficult to predict and many of which are beyond the control of the Company,
 that could cause actual results of the Company to differ materially from those
 set forth above and elsewhere in the Annual Report.  The Company may encounter
 competitive, technological, and financial and business challenges making it
 more difficult to market its products and services, the impact of which may in
 matters expressed in or implied by forward-looking statements.  The Company
 believes that the following factors, among others, could turn affect the
 Company's results of operations and financial position, affect its future
 performance and cause actual results of the Company to differ materially from
 those expressed in or implied by forward-looking statements made by or on
 behalf of the Company:  (a) the effect of technological changes; (b) increases
 in or unexpected losses; (c) increased competition; (d) fluctuations in the
 costs to operate the business; (e) uninsurable risks; and (f) general economic
 conditions.
 
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