WebEx Applications Used by 90 Percent of Wired Magazine’s Top 10 Most Wired Companies

Web Collaboration Applications Help 9 of the Top 10 Most Wired Companies Improve Innovation and Compete More Effectively

SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 18, 2006—To secure a spot on Wired Magazine’s prestigious “Wired 40” list a company must do more than turn a profit; it has to be recognized as having innovative use of technologies, strategic vision and reliable methods for spreading the vision globally. WebEx (Nasdaq: WEBX), the leading provider of on-demand collaborative business applications, today announced that 9 of the top 10 companies on this list use its web collaboration services to accelerate business processes and stay connected and coordinated with global partners, customers and co-workers.

WebEx provides on-demand collaboration applications to individuals, small businesses and enterprise organizations. WebEx applications combine both synchronous and asynchronous collaboration capabilities and allow businesses to leverage the web as an efficient channel for interaction. WebEx offers a complementary 14-day trial of its popular WebEx Meeting Center service. To learn more about web collaboration or to register for the free trial, go to http://web.archive.org/web/20070102193141/http://www.webex.com/go/freetrial.

The Wired Magazine Wired 40 list is complied annually. All of the companies on the list are trendsetters in their respective industry. The complete list is available on Wired Magazine’s website at: http://web.archive.org/web/20070102193141/http://wired.com/wired/archive/14.07/wired40.html.

“Smart companies know the web isn’t just for posting product information, it’s a place to interact with customers, partners and colleagues,” said Rick Faulk, chief marketing officer, WebEx. “These wired companies are leading the collaborative web revolution and we are proud to contribute to their success. Web collaboration is being used by companies of every size to accelerate critical business processes such as sales, training, support and lead generation.”

All WebEx applications are built on the MediaTone platform and are supported by the WebEx MediaTone Network, a platform and global network specifically designed for on-demand applications. The WebEx MediaTone Network uses a switch-based architecture to provide reliable, consistent and secure application performance worldwide. MediaTone APIs make it easy for developers to build specialized applications that leverage WebEx’s real-time collaboration capabilities or add these capabilities into third party applications.

About WebEx Communications
WebEx Communications, Inc., is the global leader of on-demand applications for collaborative business on the web. WebEx applications enhance high-touch business processes, such as sales and training, with efficient web-touch interactions. WebEx delivers its range of applications over the WebEx MediaTone Network, a global network and platform specifically designed for secure delivery of on-demand applications. WebEx is based in Santa Clara, California and has regional headquarters in Europe, Asia and Australia. Please call toll free 877-509-3239 or visit http://web.archive.org/web/20070102193141/http://www.webex.com/ for more information.

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