Viseon Engages Investment Banking Firm

Viseon, Inc. (OTCBB:VSNI), creator of the VisiFone™, the world’s first voice, video and interactive content IP telephone, announced today that it has engaged the investment banking firm of Bowen Advisors, Inc. to advise the Company with regard to its various strategic alternatives, including the potential sale of parts or all of the Company to maximize shareholder value.

“We believe that we have the best technology and product in this developing market. Through this process we hope to highlight the value of our extensive intellectual property and unique, proprietary products,” said John Harris, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.

About Bowen Advisors

Bowen Advisors is a strategic advisory firm focused exclusively on the communications technology market. We work with both public and private companies and our transaction sizes have ranged from $5 million to as large as $320 million. Bowen Advisors combines deep domain expertise gained from “line” experience in senior management positions at communications infrastructure companies blended with extensive transaction experience. Bowen Advisors’ combination of singular focus and field proven expertise in finance and direct operations sets us apart. Our clients find our approach unique and critically valuable as they explore ways to maximize their growth potential and create value for their shareholders. Bowen Advisors was incorporated in 2002 and has its principal offices in Boston and San Francisco. For more information visit:

About Viseon, Inc.

Founded in 1993 with headquarters in Dallas, Viseon, Inc. (OTCBB:VSNI) is a leading developer and manufacturer of patented personal broadband communications solutions. Viseon products have been sold under various brand names around the world including Philips, VTEL, and Gentner. Viseon’s mission is to work with carriers to enhance the consumer telephone experience by positioning VoIP as a premium service versus Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), and ultimately replacing the analog telephone by bringing digital telephony quality to the broader public. The target markets for Viseon’s VisiFone are the 150 million global consumers which are projected to switch to VoIP in the next five years. Other markets for the VisiFone include corporations, universities, and government agencies. Viseon holds broadband communication related patents in the U.S. and 18 European and Asian countries and has additional patents pending.