SOURCE: Datameg

February 26, 2008 11:40 ET

Datameg Subsidiary NetSymphony Announces New Maestro System With Smallest VoIP Test Probe

RALEIGH, NC--(Marketwire - February 26, 2008) - NetSymphony, a subsidiary of Datameg Corp (OTCBB: DTMG), today announced commencement of sales of its Maestro System that sets new standards for size, simplicity and value. The Maestro System provides valuable functions in three major areas: system assessment; assurance and service level agreement monitoring; and fault isolation and troubleshooting. Additional information can be found at www.netsymphony.com.

The Maestro system offers integrated management of IP services by assessing, monitoring and troubleshooting IP systems. Coupled with central servers, Maestro uses its affordable and widely disbursed M10P probes at user defined measurement points to allow network operators to manage their customer's quality experience from initial deployment through and including ensuring ongoing, high quality, voice services. The M10P probe is the smallest in the industry (1 inch by 1 inch by 4.375 inches). Its zero-configuration startup feature lets a user simply plug it in. The M10P then automatically begins to perform tests and measurements without any complicated configuration required.

"Four out of 10 large organizations have struggled with VoIP deployment. Many have seen quality problems mysteriously come and go, and they have struggled to get their systems into service and operating clearly and consistently," said NetSymphony's Dan Ference. "They've discovered that some routers are not friendly to voice, and they've had distortion problems when their calls go outside their enterprise. The M10P probe replicates a customer's call and is able to measure the end-to-end user experience across networks and administrative boundaries. The M10P probe provides information to determine where and what problem exists."

NetSymphony offers a unique sales approach. Customers may take advantage of the NetSymphony technology either by purchasing monitoring and troubleshooting through NetSymphony's VoIP Deployment and Quality Management Services, or by purchasing their own complete Maestro Systems outright for integration into their existing infrastructure.

"Minimal intervention is required to get the system up and running. You don't need hordes of people out there to diagnose your problems," Ference said. "Maestro can make VoIP deployment and quality management easy and affordable."

"This milestone not only is a significant step in establishing NetSymphony as a viable contender in the testing and monitoring field, but with its high tech probe the company now offers affordable options to all organizations," said Jim Murphy, CEO of parent Datameg Corp.

About Datameg

Datameg Corporation (OTCBB: DTMG) is a diversified holding company with subsidiaries in the technology industry and in food packaging products. Datameg's wholly-owned subsidiaries NetSymphony and QoVox Corporation design, develop and offer network-wide fault identification, fault isolation and voice quality assurance products and critical real-time network health and performance monitoring services for both providers and end-users of Internet telephony, now commonly referred to as Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Computer Ctr. Com provides a wide range of technology solutions and is a strategic technology supplier to QoVox and NetSymphony. American Marketing and Sales, Inc. D/B/A Innovative Designs markets finished food packaging products nationwide to major supermarkets and food retailers. For more information on our subsidiaries, visit our web site at www.datameg.com/ir.html.

Certain statements contained herein are forward-looking. These forward-looking statements are based on our current expectations and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions. Many factors could cause actual results to differ significantly from these statements, including our history of operating losses, our need for additional financing, a failure of our products to perform as expected, introduction of competing products by other companies, pressures on prices from competitors and/or customers, regulatory obstacles to new product introductions, lack of acceptance of our products and changes in the VoIP and technology industries. These risks, uncertainties and assumptions are detailed I documents filed by us with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company cautions that the foregoing list of important factors is not exclusive. Any forward-looking statements are made as of the date of the document in which they appear. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statement that may be made from time to time by or on behalf of the company.

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