Veraz Networks, San Jose provider of VoIP equipment, has set the terms for its planned initial public offering, saying it will offer 9 million shares at an estimated price of between $10 and $12 a share.

The filing of terms comes a month after the company raised $10 million from its backers.

VentureWire has looked at the filing, and lists the ownership structure:

…ECI Telecom Ltd., a Israel-based provider of access and transport networking infrastructure equipment which held 40.1% of the company before the filing, will see its stake reduced to 27.5% after the filing; Norwest Venture Partners will hold 13% of the company post-IPO, down from 10.8%; Battery Ventures will hold 9% post-IPO, down from 10.9%; Argonaut Holdings will hold 8.7% post-IPO, down from 10.5%; Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. will hold 6.3% post-IPO, down from 7.7%; and Levensohn Venture Partners will hold 5.9% post-IPO, down from 7.1%.