LEVER awarded three year VoIP training contract ...
12 September 2006

LEVER Technology Group PLC has been awarded a three year contract by The United Nations to deliver industry-leading training
in Voice over IP technologies, running from December 2006 until December 2006.

Ian Lever, Managing Director of LEVER Technology Group PLC, said "We are delighted to be working with the United Nations in this
advanced and rapidly-developing field of communications. This contract is a clear recognition of LEVER's authority in technologies
that include Voice systems, advanced IP technologies, Wireless technologies and Security."

Details on LEVER's comprehensive, vendor-neutral technical training curriculum can be found at http://www.lever.co.uk/home_courses.html.

Voice over IP training
LEVER's industry-leading, hands-on practical Voice over IP course has now evolved into it's fourth year of delivery, and provides an
unparalleled coverage of VoIP concepts, architectures, protocols, planning, design, implementation and support.

The course features extensive hands-on practical labs, working on live systems with H.323 IP telephones, H.323 gatekeepers,
video conferencing stations, Multipoint Control Units for audio and video conferencing, SIP IP phones, SIP clients, SIP servers,
IP media gateways, MGCP, IP Quality of Service (QoS), protocol analysis, network design and dial plan implementation.

LEVER's clients for Voice over IP and IP telephony training include World-leading organisations such as
RAF Menwith Hill, British Telecom, Kingston Communications, Prudential, Bass Brewers, The United Nations,
Telewest, T-Mobile and many more.

For further details, call free on 0800 138 3030 (UK) or +44 113 398 3300 (International), or e-mail