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Wavesat and WirelessLogix Certify WiMAX Chipset Compatibility

WiMAX World USA - Chicago, Illinois, October 1, 2008 – Wavesat Inc., a leading supplier of Broadband Wireless semiconductor solutions and WirelessLogix, a leading supplier of test and measurement solutions, announced today that they have successfully completed interoperability testing between Wavesat’s Odyssey™ 8500 chipset and WirelessLogix’ WiMAX data collection solutions.

This new diagnostic support for Wavesat’s Odyssey chipset will provide WiMAX engineers with the ability to perform testing using Wavesat-based devices and the WirelessLogix’ XCAL-X real-time data collection tool and XCAP-X analysis tool. XCAL-X will enable technicians and network engineers to collect performance metrics from Wavesat’s Odyssey WiMAX devices in order to optimize network deployment and system performance. Troubleshooting and detailed analysis can then be performed using WirelessLogix’ XCAP-X software platform.

“We are receiving tremendous interest from OEMS and service providers for our multimode Odyssey chipset,” said Vijay Dube, EVP of Marketing and COO, Wavesat. “We’re pleased to be working with WirelessLogix to provide our customers with highly developed diagnostic and test solutions, which in turn, will help reduce the time-to-market for their products.”

“Wavesat is an important addition to our expanding WiMAX partner list,” said Mark Tierney, VP of Business Development, WirelessLogix. “As the WiMAX ecosystem evolves with new devices and chipsets, WirelessLogix will continue to ensure that our solutions pass the necessary testing and are ready to support these new devices.”

Both Wavesat and WirelessLogix will be exhibiting at WiMAX World USA 2008 in Chicago from September 30 to October 2nd. Wavesat will be exhibiting its complete line of broadband wireless products at Booth #1116. WirelessLogix will be demonstrating its latest product solutions including XCAL/XCAP at Booth #1213.

About Wavesat

Wavesat is a global leader in mobile broadband, providing advanced semiconductor solutions to the world’s leading carrier and mobile device manufacturers to deploy future-proof broadband services and products. With award winning technology, Wavesat delivers silicon that enables customers to deploy multiple Broadband Wireless technologies such as WiMAX Wave2, WiFi, and XG-PHS today and to migrate seamlessly to future 4G technologies such as LTE. Wavesat is a principal member of the WiMAX Forum®. For more information, please visit

About WirelessLogix

WirelessLogix is recognized as a leader in the highly progressive wireless test and measurement industry. WirelessLogix is a subsidiary of InnoWireless, Inc., a Korean publicly traded company listed under KOSDAQ. Together with InnoWireless, WirelessLogix supplies test and measurement solutions to some of the world’s largest wireless chipset/device manufacturers, infrastructure vendors, and carriers. WirelessLogix, Inc. develops and manufactures field testing tools for Mobile WiMAX, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, and CDMA, 1xRTT, EVDO and WiFi technologies. For more information about WirelessLogix, please visit

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Transition Networks Launches Carrier Grade Fiber Access Switch


New 24-port switch Delivers Secure Services,

while Maintaining and Managing Network Traffic with 802.3ah (OAM)

NXTcomm, Las Vegas — June 17, 2008 — Transition Networks Inc., the fiber access technology expert, a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ-GM: JCS), today announced the introduction of a new 24-port fiber access switch. This product is the newest member of Transition Networks‘ portfolio of carrier-class products aimed at helping service providers deliver and manage critical service offerings. The new fiber switch has been designed with OAM (operations, administration and maintenance) capabilities to ease the management of delivering Carrier Ethernet and/or triple play services.

“As customers demand new product offerings and service level agreements, service providers need to find cost-effective ways to increase service availability while ensuring service quality. Products designed with Ethernet OAM (IEEE 802.3ah) are a means to address those challenges and provide carrier-class services over an Ethernet infrastructure,” said Patrick Schaber, Director of Marketing at Transition Networks. “Transition Networks offers a variety of OAM products designed specifically to interface with the new SM24-100SFP-AH switch.”

The SM24-100SFP-AH features a 1U form factor consisting of (24) 100Base-X SFP ports, (2) 10/100/1000 RJ-45 ports and (2) Gigabit combo ports. The 24 SFP ports accept industry standard 100BASE-X optical transceivers.

The SM24-100SFP-AH switch also includes Carrier Ethernet specific software, QoS and Management features which enable service providers to deliver secure services while checking end to end connectivity for customers. The SM24-100SFP–AH switch is a next generation switch designed to fulfill the needs of service providers.

Product Features and Benefits

Flexible Uplink Options

In addition to the (24) 100BASE-X ports the SM24-100SFP-AH has combo Gigabit uplink ports that allow copper or fiber connections to be used, depending on the network environment. The fiber ports are SFP and can accommodate a wide range of transceivers for your uplink requirements.

Carrier Ethernet Specific Software

The SM24-100SFP-AH switch was designed for use with Carrier Ethernet. Feature enhancements such as 802.3ah, Q-in-Q, Carrier Class Rate-Limit, QoS and subscriber isolation were added to help service providers deploy, manage and secure the network services they are delivering.

Single IP Management for 36 Switches

The SM24-100SFP-AH is managed as a single switch and has a single IP address. Up to 36 of the SM24-100SFP-AH switches can be virtually stacked and managed as a single switch while using only one IP address.

Enhanced Security Features

The SM24-100SFP-AH is designed to provide enhanced security and to prevent subscriber’s network traffic from affecting overall network performance. The SM24-100SFP-AH provides features such as Private VLAN, DHCP Snooping and IP Source Guard to help protect the subscriber’s traffic from affecting each other.

The SM24-100SFP-AH offers Storm Control Protection and Port Security to protect the switch from unwanted attacks and to ensure the switch CPU performs optimally.

To ensure only valid traffic is allowed through the switch the SM24-100SFP-AH includes IEEE 802.1x and L2/L3/L4 ACL rules to control traffic and validate the traffic going through the switch.

802.3ah OAM

In addition to a large user base, a service provider network can become very large and complex. The 802.3ah OAM capabilities of the SM24-100SFP-AH help service providers isolate, maintain and manage network traffic.

For complete details on all of the features and functions of this new fiber aggregation switch and to view our entire product portfolio, please visit

Product Configuration

The SM24-100SFP-AH comes standard 19” rack mount ears. SFP modules are available separately to accommodate distance and fiber type.

Product Availability

The SM24-100SFP-AH will be available for shipping in July. The list price for the SM24-100SFP-AH is $2,675.00. Please contact Transition Networks at (800) 526-9267or for the latest information.

About Transition Networks Products

Transition Networks’ conversion products are known for their ruggedness and reliability. They have a 99.4 percent customer acceptance rating, meaning that approximately one in 1,000 experience failure in the field. All Transition Networks brand of media converters and switches carry a lifetime warranty.

About Transition Networks Inc.

Transition Networks Inc. offers networking connectivity solutions that make networks perform better, faster and more reliably while helping companies leverage their existing networking infrastructure. The company’s Transition Networks brand of media converters make conversion between disparate media types possible, providing conversion technology solutions that offer the necessary adaptations without affecting the performance, nature or appearance of the network. Its complete Milan portfolio of multilayer switching products is designed to facilitate low-cost network evolution with unique solutions, easing the stress on networks caused by high-bandwidth applications. Based in Minneapolis, Transition Networks distributes hardware-based connectivity solutions exclusively through a network of resellers in 50 countries, including Ingram Micro and Tech Data. Transition Networks is a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc., a publicly traded company (NASDAQ-GM: JCS).

Statements regarding the Company’s anticipated performance in 2008 are forward-looking and involve risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to: competitive products and other factors discussed from time to time in the Company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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InnoPath Delivers Mobile Device Management for the Android OS (MDM addresses the multi-billion dollar smartphone support problem and creates a more positive customer experience)

This morning InnoPath issued a PR (also below) announcing client support for the T-Mobile G1. It was timed to coincide with the unveiling of the actual device. InnoPath’s ability to port its client to the Android OS is an example of its adaptability and modularity. The client has been adopted by major handset vendors including Samsung, LG and Nokia, and is also available for Windows Mobile and Symbian.

Here’s the release: InnoPath Software, the leader in Mobile Device Management (MDM), today announced support for the new mobile platform based on Google’s Android operating system (OS). With T-Mobile’s announcement today of the G1, wireless operators will look for ways to provide the most effective customer support for this new OS. InnoPath’s industry leading MDM client technology is based on experience gained from hundreds of millions of shipments to device manufacturers worldwide and years of operational experience in Tier-1 operator networks. This technology is now available on this groundbreaking mobile phone platform.

“InnoPath has a keen understanding of the impact of smartphones on operators’ frontline care organizations, as requirements begin to resemble laptop support more than traditional mobile phone support,” said Eric King, VP of Business Development for InnoPath. “Our early availability of a client for the Android operating system will positively impact the usability and supportability of this new platform as it begins to grow market share.”

Already supporting Windows Mobile and Symbian operating systems, the InnoPath OMA-DM device management client is unique in equipping mobile operators with standards-based, over-the-air support for their frontline care organizations, even for phones already in the field. The client is modular, portable to a variety of operating systems and may be downloaded at the time of the first care call. In conjunction with InnoPath’s iMDM Server, the client creates an over-the-air channel to the phone permitting a full range of device troubleshooting, monitoring and configuration capabilities. In addition, the client may be loaded onto the phone at the time of manufacture, permitting firmware updates over-the-air, known in the industry as FOTA.

As background, MDM enables the operator’s care organization to provide better service with reduced expenses in the face of increasing device and service complexity. InnoPath is unique in delivering a standards-based pre-integrated solution that is extensible based on the business requirements of the operator. The ROI for MDM-enabled customer care has been proven in a recent study by the analyst firm Stratecast which places the annual global operator exposure at more than $25 billion, much of which may be saved through MDM.

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London, UK and Burlington, MA, September 23, 2008 —XConnect, the leader in VoIP Peering, and Acme Packet, Inc. (NASDAQ: APKT), the leader in session border control solutions, today announced successful testing of new methods that assist in the prevention of Spam over Internet Telephony (SPIT), also known as voice spam.


Unlike email spam, SPIT is still relatively uncommon and was somewhat obscure prior to the recent significant worldwide growth of VoIP communications. Now that VoIP has become more ubiquitous, the disruptive and intrusive nature of unwanted calls, coupled with the difficulty in detecting SPIT, has made this up-and-coming threat hard to ignore. Consequently, industry bodies such as the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) have recently begun placing increased focus on developing approaches to dealing with SPIT.


In one of the proposed approaches, peering federations use upstream SIP elements to tag or mark call attempts with a spam score indicating the likelihood of SPIT. Session border controllers (SBCs) are then configured at the borders between originating and terminating networks to interpret these scores and act accordingly. For example, a low or zero-value score will result in the SBC forwarding the call to the intended destination, while a higher score may result in the call being rerouted to a secure destination or rejected altogether by the SBC. Managed federations are good candidates for this approach and many of XConnect’s customers, across federations, have demanded significant SPIT detection and protection measures as prerequisites to enabling secure multi-lateral interconnections.   XConnect and Acme Packet are working together to implement this new methodology for the first time. 


“Until now, the few industry attempts to implement SPIT prevention have been ineffective, because approaches that mimic email spam solutions do not account for the realities and architectures of voice,” said Eli Katz, CEO of XConnect. “XConnect’s approach is the first to create an industry-standards-based infrastructure to allow calls and multimedia IP sessions to be identified and tagged with advanced SPIT threat information. This enables communication service providers to deal with this potential threat in an intelligent manner, on a call-by-call basis.”


“As more and more VoIP networks become interconnected, SPIT has the potential to create a plague that’s even worse than email spam,” stated Seamus Hourihan, vice president of marketing and product management at Acme Packet. “Acme Packet, leveraging its Net-SAFE™ (Session-Aware Filtering and Enforcement) security framework, is committed to working in tandem with VoIP peering federation providers, such as XConnect, who are actively engaged in preventing SPIT as well as other undesirable network activity.”


“SPIT may not be a household word yet, but service providers understand the potential for detracting from the VoIP experience,” said Jon Arnold of J. Arnold & Associates. “This spam score will provide another valuable metric to determine the quality of VoIP traffic that is being peered between service providers.”


Links to the IETF drafts describing the SPIT prevention approach mentioned above, as well as other relevant material, can be accessed via XConnect’s online media center (

About XConnect Global NetworksLondon based XConnect is the leading provider of secure, ENUM based Peering Federations.  XConnect’s services enable telecom companies to offer rich multimedia IP communications on a cross-network basis and reduce interconnection costs.  Backed by Tier1 Venture Capital firms including Accel Partners and Venrock Associates, XConnect was selected by the cable industry in the Netherlands to operate the first national VoIP peering solution, and has lead industry consolidation via the acquisition of the European carrier ENUM exchange, and US-based peering service IPeerX Inc. For more information, please visit Acme Packet

Acme Packet, Inc. (NASDAQ: APKT), the leader in session border control solutions, enables the delivery of trusted, first class interactive communications—voice, video and multimedia sessions—and data services across IP network borders. Our Net-Net family of session border controllers, multiservice security gateways and session routing proxies supports multiple applications in service provider, large enterprise and contact center networks—from VoIP trunking to hosted enterprise and residential services to fixed-mobile convergence. They satisfy critical security, service assurance and regulatory requirements in wireline, cable and wireless networks; and support multiple protocols—SIP, H.323, MGCP/NCS and H.248—and multiple border points—interconnect, access and data center. Our products have been selected by more than 540 customers in 84 countries, including 29 of the top 30, and 85 of the top 100 service providers in the world. For more information, contact us at +1 781.328.4400, or visit

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CoreOptics and ADVA Create “Plug and Play” Modules for 10G Metro Optical Networks

CoreOptics and ADVA Optical Networking partner to enable plug-and-play metro optical networks based on MLSE-2

Martinsried/Munich, Germany, and San Jose, USA, September 22, 2008: CoreOptics Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of 40 Gbps and 10 Gbps optical networking subsystems, and ADVA Optical Networking today announced joint development of the second generation of 10 Gbps Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation (MLSE-2) technology on ADVA Optical Networking’s FSP 3000 Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) platform.

“The joint work with CoreOptics has resulted in an innovative optical module based on MLSE-2 and ADVA Optical Networking’s transmitter technology,” commented Dr. Christoph Glingener, chief technology officer at ADVA Optical Networking. “It will enable transport of 10 Gbps signals on much longer uncompensated links to further maximize the benefits of ROADM-based installed networks. In addition to significant CAPEX/OPEX savings, the results of our partnership with CoreOptics enable service providers to simplify their architecture with high-performance, low-cost plug-and-play metro optical networks.”

CoreOptics has established market leadership in providing highly advanced equalization solutions based on electronic signal processing at 10 Gbps, while providing a complete set of 40 Gbps transponder modules. The company’s innovative technology is “field-proven” and is in deployment with top tier service providers globally.

“ADVA Optical Networking has been in the forefront of delivering optical and Ethernet innovation to advance the transformation to packet-oriented optical networking and increase the efficiency of existing network infrastructure,” said Hamid Arabzadeh, chairman of the board, president and CEO of CoreOptics. ”ADVA’s disruptive next-generation metro WDM platform, now based on MLSE-2, will enable service providers to benefit from more capacity, higher speeds, longer reach and a greater utilization of their optical networks, while achieving a much faster service activation time for the end users.”

CoreOptics currently offers 10 Gbps DWDM, 40 Gbps Single Channel Short Reach and 40/43G DWDM transponder modules. The company’s product portfolio also includes 40G Serializer/De-serializer IC’s, 43 Gbps Ultra-FEC, 40G Mux/DeMux for 4×10G client signals and Interface Converter supporting SFI-5s, SFI-4, XFI to enable building of next generation Open Tolerant Networks.

About CoreOptics

CoreOptics, with operations in Nuremberg, Germany and San Jose, California/Manchester New Hampshire, USA, develops and manufactures subsystems for ultra high-speed optical networking applications in the telecommunications and information technology industries. CoreOptics current portfolio includes advanced 10Gbps and 40Gbps transponders for Metropolitan, Regional and Long Haul optical systems using DWDM, OTN, SONET/SDH, ATM and IP protocols.

The company was founded in January 2001 and has received financing from leading venture capital firms T-com, GIMV, Crescendo Ventures, TVM, High Tech Private Equity, Atila Ventures, Quest for Growth and others. The team includes over 140 highly skilled engineers with extensive experience in RF and digital ASIC design as well as optical systems, applications and network architecture. Additional information about CoreOptics can be found at

About ADVA Optical Networking

ADVA Optical Networking (FSE: ADV) is at the forefront of providing Optical+Ethernet solutions that advance next-generation networks for data, storage, voice and video services. Our company’s strength comes from passionate and dedicated employees, all sharing a common vision: a fast, customized response to customers’ ever-changing needs. Our innovative FSP products and strong customer focus provide carriers and enterprises the ability to scale their networks and deliver intelligent, competitive new services. ADVA Optical Networking’s solutions have been deployed at more than 200 carriers and 10,000 enterprises around the world. For further information about ADVA Optical Networking:

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NeoPhotonics and ECI Announce Agreement for 40G Metro and Long-Haul ROADMs


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ECI Telecom and NeoPhotonics Announce Use Of Ultra Low Loss PLC ROADMs In ECI Telecom’s XDM® Optical Platforms

New Ultra Low Loss ROADM Meets the Requirements for 40 Gbps Operation in Next Gen Metro and Long-Haul Networks

Brussels – September 23, 2008 – NeoPhotonics and ECI Telecom today announced here at the European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communication (ECOC 2008) that NeoPhotonics’ new Ultra-Low Loss Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer (ROADM) modules are being used in ECI Telecom’s XDM® Optical Networking Platform. The Ultra-Low Loss ROADM incorporates NeoPhotonics’ advanced planar lightwave circuit (PLC) technology to significantly reduce the insertion loss and increase the pass band, thus meeting the requirements for next generation 40 Gbps optical transmission systems.

“NeoPhotonics’ ultra low insertion loss and wide passband PLC ROADM, complementing ECI’s existing WSS ROADM, has enabled us to meet and surpass performance goals for next generation optical platforms, which we are now deploying in metro and long-haul networks around the world,” said Oren Marmur, Vice President, Optical Networking Line of Business of ECI Telecom. “In line with ECI’s 1Net, a comprehensive framework focused on the optimized transition to next-generation networks, NeoPhotonics’ PLC ROADM helped us achieve greater flexibility and cost-effectiveness, while guaranteeing compatibility with future 40 Gbps operations.”

“NeoPhotonics is very pleased to announce that ECI Telecom is a lead customer for our new ultra low loss ROADM modules,” commented Tim Jenks, CEO of NeoPhotonics. “ECI is widely recognized as a leading innovator in next generation optical networks and we feel that the advanced performance of our new ROADM modules will be a good fit for ECI’s architecture.”

“The incorporation of NeoPhotonics’ ultra low loss DWDM MUX/DMUX into the popular ROADM configuration we are currently shipping lowers insertion loss by more than 2 dB, significantly decreases ripple and increases the pass band by >50%, which are critical parameters in cascaded and 40 Gbps DWDM architectures,” said Ferris Lipscomb, V. P. of Marketing at NeoPhotonics. “NeoPhotonics’ ultra low loss ROADM is suitable for any of the popular 40 Gbps coding schemes and can be used in architectures which cascade up to 16 nodes.”

NeoPhotonics’ new ROADM module builds upon the success of NeoPhotonics’ extensive line of Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) products, including Arrayed Wavelength Gratings (AWGs) and Variable Optical Multiplexers (VMUXs). First shipped nine years ago, these products have been embraced by customers around the globe and have accumulated more than 300 million device hours in the field.

NeoPhotonics is showcasing here at ECOC, in booth 30, the industry’s most complete portfolio of MEMS and PLC based optical solutions, its extensive portfolio of GPON and GEPON transceivers for FTTH applications and its broad line of telecom transceiver products in SFF, SFP and XFP form factors.

About ECI Telecom

ECI Telecom Ltd. delivers innovative communications platforms to carriers and service providers worldwide. ECI provides efficient platforms and solutions that enable customers to rapidly deploy cost-effective, revenue-generating services.

Founded in 1961, Israel-based ECI has consistently delivered customer-focused networking solutions to the world’s largest carriers. The Company is also a market leader in many emerging markets. ECI provides scalable broadband access, transport and data networking infrastructure that provides the foundation for the communications of tomorrow, including next-generation voice, IPTV, mobility and other business solutions. For more information, please visit

Certain statements contained in this release may contain forward-looking information with respect to plans, projections or future performance of the Company. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve certain risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, product and market acceptance risks, the impact of competitive pricing, product development, commercialization and technological difficulties as well as other risks.

About NeoPhotonics

NeoPhotonics Corporation is a leading developer and vertically integrated manufacturer of photonic integrated circuit (PIC) based components, modules and subsystems for use in telecommunications networks. Our products include active semiconductor, passive PLC and MEMS multi-dimensional switching functions in a single product. This integration is enabled by integration, nanomaterials and nanoscale design and fabrication technologies. Backed by leading venture capital firms and institutional investors, NeoPhotonics maintains headquarters in San Jose, California and ISO 9001:2000 certified engineering and manufacturing facilities in Silicon Valley and Shenzhen, China.

NeoPhotonics is a registered trademark and the red dot logo is a trademark of NeoPhotonics Corporation. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.

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AiDi introduces Fiber Optic Ribbon Hermetic Feedthrough

Fiber Optic Ribbon Hermetic Feedthrough

Emeryville, CA, September 19, 2008 – AiDi Corporation has advanced current wavelength-switched optical metro and access network technology with its fiber optic ribbon hermetic feedthrough. The innovation is in AiDi’s ability to use ribbons with large fiber count, and manufacture in mass quantities while retaining consistent resilience to the environmental stress conditions defined by Telcordia.

Many advanced optical switch and VOA (Variable Optical Attenuator) technology platforms (MEMS, Liquid Crystal, Polymer, etc.) for wavelength channel switching require encapsulated environments. Therefore, the fiber ribbon pigtails must maintain a hermetic seal. For large channel count ribbons, traditional feedthrough assemblies are not robust enough to survive Telcordia environmental qualification. AiDi pioneers the technology for mass production of ribbon feedthroughs with high channel count of 12 or more.

“As the markets for WSS (Wavelength Selective Switch) modules, VOA arrays, advanced multiplexers and demultiplexers, and other modules mature, the demand will grow and deployment will be limited by the ability of manufacturers to produce in adequate volume. This innovation eliminates a potential bottleneck in the overall supply chain and helps enable current and future wavelength-switched optical networks,” says Kenzo Ishida, President and CEO of AiDi Corporation.

In addition, unlike other suppliers, AiDi takes complete control of the supply chain from selection of raw materials through to delivery of the final product. The result of this model for customers is more confidence in the product integrity along with very rapid product development cycles.

About AiDi Corporation

AiDi Corporation is a global company that offers innovative, high-value, Passive Optical Network (PON) products and service. AiDi leads the way to expanding optical network markets and deployments through improved network efficiency and economics. AiDi has exceptional technical leadership in the industry, providing customers with advanced networking options at a lower total cost of ownership. PON components from AiDi are remarkably well suited for harsh environments, as well as highly populated urban centers. All AiDi products are carefully engineered and manufactured to exceed industry standards, resulting in a higher standard for durability and a longer lifetime in the field. The company is privately held, founded by industry pioneers with several U.S. and International Patents Pending. AiDi headquarters is in Japan, with independent operating subsidiaries in China and the United States. All Rights Reserved.

Contact: Erina Ishida, Corporate Communications, AiDi USA, Inc.,, 1250 45th Street, Suite 355, Emeryville, CA 94608


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Procera Networks Wins by Addressing Specific Needs of Cable MSOs

Top-tier cable operators worldwide agree that accuracy and future-proof capacity are “must-have” components to optimize and monetize their networks.

Procera Networks, a developer of Evolved Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) solutions providing traffic awareness, control and protection for complex networks, today announced that its PacketLogic PL10000 has been chosen by cable MSOs worldwide. The PL10000, announced in May, is addressing the specific needs of cable operators to secure customer satisfaction and enable personalized broadband services.

A top-tier North American cable MSO is deploying Procera’s PL10000 series in the US market, and Procera’s recent wins in Eastern and Southern Europe add to its established customer base of European cable operators.

“As multiple users share bandwidth resources on cable networks, these operators have specific needs that we address with the dynamic nature of our PL10000 product,” said Jon Lindén, Procera’s vice president of global marketing. “Procera is uniquely qualified to meet these needs thanks to our Evolved DPI technology, which goes far beyond P2P control by providing intelligence and tools that enable powerful broadband services while preserving a healthy business case by maximizing the utilization of the operator’s network infrastructure investments.”

The FCC’s recent scrutiny of Comcast’s use of DPI highlights the circumstances that have made this technology necessary for cable MSOs. Procera, as the technology leader in the DPI space, incorporated application-agnostic classification of network traffic long time ago to manage a changing network environment and to satisfy a customer demand.

“Customer-driven development in combination with in-house technology innovation has ensured Procera is aligned with, and even one step ahead of, market demands,” Lindén added. “While releasing PL10000 that addresses the high-end service provider segment, we’ve been going through a transformation as a company where we’re now involved with—and are winning—substantial deals in the cable segment.”

About Procera Networks Inc.

Procera Networks Inc. delivers Evolved DPI solutions that give service providers full awareness, control and protection of their applications and networks. Its core product suite, the PacketLogic line of platforms, leverages the company’s advanced identification engine, DRDL™ (Datastream Recognition Definition Language), to provide identification of network traffic available today in real-time. PacketLogic is deployed at more than 400 broadband service providers, telcos, governments and higher education campuses worldwide. Founded in 2002, Procera (AMEX: PKT) is based in Silicon Valley and has offices around the globe. More information is available at

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AiDi Corporation Promotes “One-Stop Factory” at FTTH 2008

Emeryville, CA, September 17, 2008 – AiDi Corporation invites visitors to their booth at the 2008 FTTH Conference & Expo, to be held in Nashville, Tennessee, from September 22 – 24, 2008. AiDi Corporation will be promoting their “One-Stop Factory” solutions, including PLC splitter, MPO-LC fanout, CWDM MUX/DMUX, and DWDM MUX/DMUX component and module product lines. Modules can be LGX style, thin cassette style, or ultra-compact form factors, and are customizable.

The “One-Stop Factory” concept refers to AiDi’s vertically-integrated manufacturing line, which produces optical subcomponents, components, and modules. This greatly simplifies the supply chain and keeps AiDi’s prices low. As a single point-of-contact turnkey solution, AiDi also saves customers’ overhead costs by eliminating the need for managing multiple vendors and long lead times due to consignment logistics.

Other products include the recently released fiber optic ribbon hermetic feedthrough assemblies, Fiber Arrays, PMFA, V-Groove Arrays, Connectorized Patchcables and Fanout Assemblies, and the rest of the PLC Splitter product line. Marketing services and advanced technical services are also available.

To find out more about AiDi Corporation’s entire product and service portfolio, visit Booth #722 at FTTH 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee from September 22 – 24, 2008.

About AiDi Corporation

AiDi Corporation is a global company that offers innovative, high-value, Passive Optical Network (PON) products and service. AiDi leads the way to expanding optical network markets and deployments through improved network efficiency and economics. AiDi has exceptional technical leadership in the industry, providing customers with advanced networking options at a lower total cost of ownership. PON components from AiDi are remarkably well suited for harsh environments, as well as highly populated urban centers. All AiDi products are carefully engineered and manufactured to exceed industry standards, resulting in a higher standard for durability and a longer lifetime in the field. The company is privately held, founded by industry pioneers with several U.S. and International Patents Pending. AiDi headquarters is in Japan, with independent operating subsidiaries in China and the United States. All Rights Reserved.

Contact: Erina Ishida, Corporate Communications, AiDi USA, Inc.,, 1250 45th Street, Suite 355, Emeryville, CA 94608


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InnoPath Delivers Mobile Device Management Client on Casio G’zOne

Leading MDM Innovator Expands Standards-based FOTA with Addition of New Handset

image001.jpgInnoPath Software, the leader in Mobile Device Management (MDM), has extended its reach with OMA-DM client support on the Casio G’zOne Boulder. The G’zOne, recently launched into the North American market, is a ruggedized, field-force optimized phone with CDMA/EVDO, video, GPS, and push-to-talk capabilities. The InnoPath client, coupled with the company’s server at the wireless operator, helps avoid device recalls and provides a better end-user experience with Firmware updates Over The Air (FOTA).

FOTA, a relatively new technology for North American operators, allows the update of firmware on devices such as mobile phones deployed in the field. In the past, firmware updates needed to be done by re-flashing the device at a retail store or service center. Because FOTA allows operators to upgrade features or patch firmware without needing to physically touch or recall the device, this technology is increasingly popular with operators trying to deliver the best possible subscriber experience. Indeed, some operators have mandated that all new phones ship with FOTA capability.

Casio’s selection of the InnoPath iMDM Client for the G’zOne is evidence of the company’s continued technical leadership and operational expertise, including its unique Port-to-Production program. Over the last four quarters, the InnoPath client has been ported to over fifty handset models by almost every major OEM.

“As mobile devices continue to increase in complexity, the cost of customer care’s impact on operators’ bottom line will grow just as quickly. This means that now is the time for them to implement MDM and re-invent their frontline customer care,” stated David Ginsburg, vice president of Marketing for InnoPath. “The ROI for MDM in support of customer care has been validated by analyst firms like Stratecast and represents immediate cost savings in the billions by 2009. InnoPath’s end-to-end MDM solution is key to this evolution of wireless operators’ customer care organizations.”

Link to original PR. Link to Stratecast ROI analysis. (This analysis will be covered as part of a joint InnoPath-Stratecast webinar, to be held on the 7th of Oct. Signup here.)

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