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TIER 3 TEAMS UP WITH LIMELIGHT NETWORKS TO PROVIDE CONTENT DELIVERY SERVICES

Tier 3 Customers Will Benefit from Limelight’s Private Backbone to Provision Storage for Rich Digital Media Content


SEATTLE, Wa. – December 17, 2009 – Tier 3, a leader in the delivery of managed services and on-demand infrastructure solutions, today announced that it will provide content delivery services from Limelight Networks, Inc to its global customer base. The arrangement will enable Tier 3 to provide its customers with access to Limelight’s global content delivery platform, which uses advanced software and a network-based architecture to increase the performance of web sites and rich media content.


“With the combined forces of Tier 3 and Limelight Networks, our enterprise customers will reap the benefits of flexible, scalable and cost-efficient solutions for their content delivery needs without having to worry about timely access to the network,” said Jared Wray, principal of Tier 3. “We pride ourselves on offering premium services more

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PILLAR DATA SYSTEMS SELECTS iTEST FOR AUTOMATED TESTING

Storage Leader Turns to Fanfare for Strategic Testing Platform to Accelerate Product Development Lifecycle


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—November 10, 2009—Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to service providers (SPs), network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), and enterprises, today announced that Pillar Data Systems has selected Fanfare’s iTest®, the company’s flagship test automation software, to automate the company’s end-to-end testing process. iTest will also be used to standardize the communication across teams.


Pillar Data Systems, which develops industry-leading, application-aware storage systems for mid-size and enterprise organizations, will replace its three, disparate automation solutions with iTest. iTest will provide a common platform from which test assets can be communicated across the developer chain for more effective documentation, test reproduction and defect resolution. Test cases can now be reused and referenced at any point during a product’s testing cycle. iTest will also eliminate the time-intensive process of manually recreating testbeds.


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FANFARE AND SHENICK PARTNER TO BUILD INTEGRATED IP COMMUNICATIONS TEST SOLUTION

Shenick’s diversifEye Adds Per-Flow Testing to Fanfare’s iTest for NGN Applications and Services


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—September 30, 2009— Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), service providers (SPs), and enterprises, today announced that Shenick Network Systems will add full plug-in support for iTest ®, Fanfare’s flagship test automation software. Shenick’s diversifEye™ will now enable SPs, Cable MSOs, and NEMs to add per-flow testing to Fanfare’s iTest automated testing environment.


The integrated module will enable carriers and device manufacturers of NGN and next- generation wireless products and applications, such as LTE, to streamline communication during acceptance testing, reducing the amount of time required to resolve issues. In Fanfare’s automated testing environment, NEMs and SPs will now gain visibility into each network application and individual user-flow using Shenick’s per-flow architecture. This simplified process of automating and sharing test cases results in an enhanced quality of more

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Fanfare Experiences Continued Growth Despite Economy

New Customer Wins, APAC Executive, and Product Propel Fanfare’s Growth Forward In The Face of Tough Economic Times


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—June 25, 2009— Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to service providers (SPs), network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), and enterprises, today announced that the company has secured the second-largest deal in the company’s history with a globally recognized network equipment manufacturer. The customer, who cannot be named due to a confidentiality clause, signed the deal this quarter.


Fanfare also closed several other deals last quarter with large, global companies, and announced that BT selected Fanfare’s iTest®, the company’s flagship test automation product, as a key component of the strategic testing platform it is putting in place to automate complex system testing.


Last week, Fanfare also announced the addition of David May to its international team. May, vice president of Asia Pacific (APAC) operations, will oversee Fanfare’s operations in this region from the Tokyo, Japan office, as the company continues its worldwide expansion.


“Fanfare continues to experience significant momentum on a global scale, despite the economic downturn,” said Tom Ryan, President and CEO of Fanfare. “In fact, we have seen the level of interest in our products increase over the past several months, as companies look for ways to do more with less. The deals we closed in the last two quarters are testament to the value of our technology and the significant role it plays in helping carriers and equipment manufacturers to solve real business problems and attain their objectives.”


During a Fanfare-sponsored webinar yesterday, BT’s Brian Buege, Head of the Testing Centre for Excellence, discussed the changing business climate in the carrier market, the complexity involved in deploying LTE and next-generation networks, and how quality and time to market grow the top and bottom line.


BT implemented iTest, Fanfare’s flagship test automation software, enterprise-wide to standardize the communication of test assets across the company, as well as between BT and its suppliers. This deployment has resulted in significant reductions in costs and testing time required to bring new products and services to market.


“In order for carriers to deploy quality services on time and on budget, they must enhance their quality process in response to the changing business climate in which they operate,” said Theresa Lanowitz, founder of voke, an independent analyst firm. Voke recently recognized Fanfare as a 2009 voke Innovator. “Fanfare has proven itself to be a key component to any carrier’s quality strategy, and is well positioned from both an operational and technological perspective to help take its carrier customers to the next level.”


Fanfare was also the recipient of a 2008 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award, and Internet Telephony’s 11th Annual Product of the Year Award. Both are sponsored by Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC).


Earlier this month, Fanfare announced iTest 3.4, which offers significant improvements to core iTest functionality and features the industry’s first Virtual Testbed (VTB) capabilities. VTB significantly reduces costs and time to market for service providers and suppliers.


Fanfare’s iTest automates complex system testing required by carriers before launching new services to market, or upgrading existing ones, such as IPTV and VoIP. iTest also provides a unified communication platform that facilitates the sharing of test assets between carriers and their suppliers. Carriers must collaborate with their NEMs to ensure that new devices work properly with existing network devices before they are placed in the network. This process enhances the quality of products and services for subscribers, reduces time to market, and improves productivity across the entire product development and service development life cycle.


To access the archived webinar, please visit: http://www.fanfaresoftware.com/info/CarrierQualityWebinar.html.


About Fanfare

Fanfare provides automated testing solutions that enable service providers, network equipment manufacturers, and enterprises to enhance productivity throughout the quality workflow by streamlining system and device testing, reducing product cycles, and lowering costs. Using Fanfare, quality assurance teams and developers can leverage a common testing platform to deliver quality services and products to market faster and more efficiently.

Fanfare is headquartered in Mountain View, California, with global operations in EMEA and APAC. For more information, please visit www.fanfaresoftware.com.

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Fanfare Supports APAC Growth With New VP of Operations

Fanfare Appoints New Vice President of APAC Operations To Meet Intensifying Global Demand


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—June 18, 2009Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to service providers (SPs), network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), and enterprises, today announced the appointment of David May to vice president of Asia Pacific (APAC) operations. May will oversee Fanfare’s operations from the Tokyo, Japan office, as the company continues its dramatic growth in the region, and around the world.


“I am excited to be joining Fanfare as it continues to expand its global reach into this region, where there is vast potential for growth,” said May. “A physical presence in APAC will enable us to work more closely with our partners and resellers in the area to ensure that we continue to exceed our customers’ needs and expectations.”


Most recently, May was the country manager for Cable & Wireless International in Japan. He also held the position of regional director of global accounts, and was the strategic account director for Exodus Communication when the data center-hosting company was acquired by Cable & Wireless.


“We are pleased to welcome David to the Fanfare team,” said Tom Ryan, president and CEO of Fanfare. “His experience and proven track record of driving sustained growth in the APAC region will be invaluable as Fanfare continues its global expansion. Having such a strong local team will further demonstrate our commitment to the NEMs and SPs we partner with in the region, as we to continue to meet the demands of our global customers for innovative testing solutions.”


About Fanfare

Fanfare provides automated testing solutions that enable service providers, network equipment manufacturers, and enterprises to enhance productivity throughout the quality workflow by streamlining system and device testing, reducing product cycles, and lowering costs. Using Fanfare, quality assurance teams and developers can leverage a common testing platform to deliver quality services and products to market faster and more efficiently. For more information, please visit www.fanfaresoftware.com.


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Big Sky Communications

(705) 484-5105

marisa@bigskypr.com

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FANFARE LAUNCHES iTEST 3.4

New Virtual Testbed Feature Significantly Reduces Costs and Slashes Time to Market for Service Providers and Suppliers


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – June 8, 2009 – Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to service providers (SPs), network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), and enterprises, today announced the latest release of iTest®, the company’s flagship test automation product.


iTest 3.4 is a comprehensive testing solution for device and heterogeneous system testing. It offers significant improvements to core iTest functionality, and new features such as the industry’s first Virtual Testbed (VTB) capabilities. VTB delivers considerable new value to testing organizations by enabling testers to build test cases before devices exist, beginning the quality process months earlier than before. Testers can also leverage a VTB for test development by using virtual replicas of real devices and costly test equipment. As a result, organizations can trim future capital expenditures by better utilizing their lab assets and infrastructure, improve tester productivity while offline or working remotely, and enable earlier testing, accelerating time to market for new products and services.


“Fanfare created the market for test automation software, and has once again elevated the strategic importance of this technology in helping companies achieve their business objectives,” said Olga Yashkova, Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “Virtual Testbed capabilities will significantly alter the testing landscape across the board. Today’s tough economic climate, coupled with an already-competitive landscape for service providers and their suppliers, makes iTest 3.4 a necessity for companies that want to continue driving innovation and gain a competitive edge.”


Among several other new features, iTest 3.4 includes:


• Scheduling and Test Suites – Test management is streamlined in 3.4 by allowing users to quickly identify and group multiple tests as a test suite and schedule them to run at a certain time or on a recurring basis, further accelerating the rate and efficiency of testing. This feature is available in iTest Team and iTest Enterprise editions.


• New and Improved Integrations – Layer 2-3 and 4-7 testing is enhanced with support for Ixia’s IxNetwork and Spirent Avalanche. The Avalanche integration provides a rich user interface inside of iTest for users to interact directly with Avalanche. For users of iTest’s HPQC integration, there is now batch publishing of tests and reports to HPQC. This optional module is available for $2,000 each per year.


“Fanfare is disrupting the status quo by providing an alternative to the traditional testing model and changing the way testing is conducted with the introduction of 3.4,” said Greg Fairbanks, director of product marketing at Fanfare. “Feedback from our beta program has been tremendously positive, and customers expect this virtual testing model to have a substantial impact on their testing process and ultimately, their bottom lines.”


In March, Fanfare announced that BT has deployed iTest in an enterprise-wide initiative to standardize the communication of test assets across the company, as well as between BT and its suppliers. BT’s Brian Buege, head of the testing centre for excellence at BT, will discuss the business drivers behind this initiative during a webinar on Wednesday, June 24 entitled “Carrier Innovations in Quality: How to Stay Competitive in Today’s Market.” He will be joined by Theresa Lanowitz, Founder of market research firm voke.


Existing Fanfare customers with current maintenance or subscription licenses are able to upgrade to iTest 3.4. Annual subscription rates are as follows:

• $1,700 for iTest Personal

• $6,500 for iTest Team, the most popular iTest edition

• $9,000 for iTest Enterprise

VTB capabilities are available for an annual rate of $2,385.


iTest 3.4 is now generally available.


For more information on the webinar, or to register, please visit http://www.fanfaresoftware.com/info/CarrierQualityWebinar.html.


About Fanfare

Fanfare provides automated testing solutions that enable service providers, network equipment manufacturers, and enterprises to enhance productivity throughout the quality workflow by streamlining system and device testing, reducing product cycles, and lowering costs. Using Fanfare, quality assurance teams and developers can leverage a common testing platform to deliver quality services and products to market faster and more efficiently. For more information, please visit www.fanfaresoftware.com.

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Marisa Marzano

Big Sky Communications

(705) 484-5105

marisa@bigskypr.com

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FANFARE TO INTEGRATE iTEST WITH AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES’ MULTISERVICES TEST SOLUTION

Companies to Offer Integrated Testing Solution that Boosts Productivity in Current Economic Conditions


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—March 10, 2009— Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) and service providers (SPs), today announced it is partnering with Agilent Technologies (NYSE: A) to offer joint customers the ability to seamlessly integrate their test assets and automate complex system testing. Fanfare’s test automation solution, iTest® will be more tightly integrated with Agilent’s N2X multi-services test solution, accelerating the configuration and automation of test scenarios.


The Agilent N2X is widely used by NEMs and SPs to validate the performance and scalability characteristics of next-generation network equipment, and is designed to test IP-forwarding devices that deliver video, VoIP, data services and business VPNs. It is used in out-of-service lab environments to test at real-world scale with realistic traffic, ensuring quality of multiplay services. The N2X addresses the test challenges that multiplay services impose across the IP/MPLS core, carrier edge and broadband access networks.


Fanfare’s iTest orchestrates system testing by executing simultaneous commands to a multitude of different devices in a network to simulate real-world network testing. This enhances the quality of services that SPs offer, reduces time to market, and improves productivity across the entire service development and product development life cycle. Integrating Agilent’s N2X with iTest will ease the process of automating test assets for existing and prospective SP customers, providing a comprehensive solution for their system testing needs.


“Our customers have been telling us that they want to use Fanfare’s iTest to automate the Agilent N2X in their labs to ultimately get the best of both worlds ,” said Toni Piwonka-Corle, general manager of Agilent’s Data Networks Operation. “We’re pleased to announce that the current version of Fanfare’s iTest supports the latest Agilent N2X software release, and that we will continue the integration of our two products to boost our customers’ productivity.”


“In today’s uncertain economic conditions, productivity-enhancement tools such as iTest can play a critical role in helping carriers maintain their competitive edge,” said Tom Ryan, president and CEO of Fanfare. “Fanfare will continue to work with leading companies like Agilent to meet the market demand for integration between test equipment and test automation software, contributing to overall improvements in the quality chain.”


About Fanfare

Fanfare provides automated testing solutions that enable service providers, network equipment manufacturers, and enterprises to enhance productivity throughout the quality workflow by streamlining system and device testing, reducing product cycles, and lowering costs. Using Fanfare, quality assurance teams and developers can leverage a common testing platform to deliver quality services and products to market faster and more efficiently. For more information, please visit www.fanfaresoftware.com.


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marisa@bigskypr.com

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Fanfare’s Greg Fairbanks to Speak at CeBIT 2009

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — February 24, 2009— Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to service providers (SPs) and network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), today announced that Greg Fairbanks, Fanfare’s director of product marketing, will be speaking at IPCentral@CeBIT 2009. The show takes place from March 3-8, 2009, in Hannover, Germany.


SPs and NEMs are building next-generation networks, and testing is critical to meet quality objectives and rollout dates. Testing now must be performed at both the device and the network level to ensure interoperability and maximum performance. Greg will discuss how system testing is helping carriers to differentiate themselves at a time when subscribers have little or no tolerance for service interruptions, the economy is in a downturn, and the prevalence of new and complex service offerings further complicates the testing landscape.


WHO: Greg Fairbanks, Director, Product Marketing, Fanfare


WHAT: IPCentral@CeBIT

http://www.hfusa.com/cebit_ipcentral


WHEN: Tuesday, March 3, 2:15-2:45 p.m.


WHERE: Hannover Fairgrounds, Hannover, Germany

Hall 13, Stand D37


To arrange an interview with Greg, please contact:


Marisa Marzano

Big Sky Communications

705-484-5105

marisa@bigskypr.com


About Fanfare

Fanfare provides automated testing solutions that enable service providers, network equipment manufacturers, and enterprises to enhance productivity throughout the quality workflow by streamlining system and device testing, reducing product cycles, and lowering costs. Using Fanfare, quality assurance teams and developers can leverage a common testing platform to deliver quality services and products to market faster and more efficiently. For more information, please visit www.fanfaresoftware.com.

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Fanfare’s David Gehringer to Speak at IT EXPO EAST

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — January 27, 2009— Fanfare, delivering innovative testing solutions to network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) and service providers (SPs), today announced that David Gehringer, Fanfare’s vice president of marketing, will be speaking at next week’s Internet Telephony Conference and Expo East.


Using the right technology can offer an effective way to share and manage test assets, as well as communicate across distributed teams and across companies. The current economic climate is driving companies to examine how QA teams and testing tools can be leveraged to maintain – and possibly even gain – a competitive edge in today’s tough economic times. David will examine the importance of adopting a testing approach that improves the speed and scope of testing, including strategies that can deliver accelerated time to market and increased revenue for carriers and network equipment manufacturers.


WHO: David Gehringer, vice president of marketing, Fanfare

WHAT: Internet Telephony Conference and Expo East

http://www.tmcnet.com/voip/conference/

WHEN: Monday, February 2, 1:00-1:45 p.m. EDT

WHERE: Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, Florida

Room B212


To arrange an interview with David, please contact:


Marisa Marzano

Big Sky Communications

705-484-5105

marisa@bigskypr.com


About Fanfare

Fanfare provides automated testing solutions that enable service providers, network equipment manufacturers, and enterprises to enhance productivity throughout the quality workflow by streamlining system and device testing, reducing product cycles, and lowering costs. Using Fanfare, Quality Assurance teams and developers can leverage a common testing platform to deliver quality services and products to market faster and more efficiently. For more information, please visit www.fanfaresoftware.com.

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TECH MAHINDRA, FANFARE DELIVER TEST AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS THROUGH GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP

MUMBAI, India, and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – December 9, 2008 – Tech Mahindra, a global systems integrator and leading provider of IT solutions to the telecom industry, and Fanfare, the leading innovative testing solutions provider, have announced a global partnership to deliver offerings that are geared to meet the increasing demand of test automation solutions from Telecom Equipment Manufacturers (TEMs), Telecom Service Providers (TSPs), and enterprises.


Tech Mahindra will use iTest®, Fanfare’s flagship test automation product, to expand its test offerings and build a test practice around it. Using iTest, Tech Mahindra will create vertical test assets that target the needs of global TSPs for service delivery and regulatory compliance. This will include compliance testing for next generation technologies like IPv6 and LTE, as well as end-to-end testing on emerging services such as IPTV, data over wireless, and WiMAX. Tech Mahindra will also jointly go to the market along with Fanfare to provide professional services in the form of consultancy, tool migration and test interface development to meet the increasing global demand for test automation solutions.


“This partnership enables Tech Mahindra to strengthen its position as an end-to-end testing services provider both on the TEM and the TSP sides. Through this partnership the two companies will address a wider complement of customers globally to meet their testing needs,” said Atul Kunwar, Chief Business Development Officer, Tech Mahindra. “Using iTest as the cornerstone of our testing practice, we are building vertical packaged offerings, in areas such as IPv6,WiMAX, IPTV etc to help our customers accelerate product and service releases without compromising quality,” added Atul.


iTest is a comprehensive testing solution that accommodates for standardization of device testing of heterogeneous systems. iTest ensures early identification and resolution of bugs for enhanced network quality deployment and maintenance. iTest enables the transferability of test assets and a common platform for communication. Because test assets can be leveraged, collaboration between teams and across companies is simplified and speedier bug verification and resolution is possible.


“Tech Mahindra is widely recognized and respected in the services, testing and outsourcing market, so the decision to standardize their testing practice on Fanfare solutions is significant,” said Tom Ryan, president and CEO of Fanfare. “Their confidence in Fanfare is a clear signal that the market is ready to embrace standardized, automated testing practices, and we are pleased to be at the forefront of this shifting dynamic,” Ryan continued. “Ultimately this agreement gives our customers additional options for solving their testing needs by either augmenting their in-house teams, or outsourcing a project. This ensures customers will be able to leverage the automated testing assets that are generated to drive costs down and reduce time to market.”


About Fanfare

Fanfare provides software solutions to high-tech equipment manufacturers, service providers and enterprises that simplify and accelerate device and system testing. Developers and testers create and share automated tests that control and analyze results from multiple devices, traffic generators, and applications while automatically documenting each test with pass-fail criteria. With Fanfare solutions, companies can move along the path toward automation while accelerating QA cycles, reducing time to market, and increasing the quality of released products. Industries such as communications, aerospace and defence, consumer electronics, automotive, industrial, and medical devices have benefited from Fanfare products. For more information please visit www.fanfaresoftware.com.


About Tech Mahindra

Tech Mahindra is a leading provider of solutions and services to the telecommunications industry, majority stake owned by Mahindra & Mahindra, in partnership with BT Plc. With total revenues of USD 934.7 million in the year ended March 31, 2008, Tech Mahindra is India’s 6th largest software exporter, and serves telecom service providers, equipment manufacturers, software vendors and systems integrators. Tech Mahindra solutions enable clients to maximize returns on IT investment by achieving fast time to market reduced total cost of ownership and high customer satisfaction. Tech Mahindra achieves this through its domain and process expertise, distinctive IT skills, research and development, proven innovative delivery models and approach to off-shoring.


Assessed at SEI-CMMi Level 5 and PCMM Level 5, Tech Mahindra’s track record for value-delivery is supported by over 23,000 professionals who provide a unique blend of culture, domain expertise and in-depth technology skill-sets. Its development centers are ISO 9001:2000 & BS7799 certified. Tech Mahindra has principal offices in the UK, United States, Germany, UAE, Egypt, Singapore, India, Thailand & Australia.


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Big Sky Communications

(705) 484-5105

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For further information on Tech Mahindra:

Inquiries about this news release can also be made to Rupal Sancheti

Email: rupals@techmahindra.com.

All Tech Mahindra news releases can be accessed at our web site: www.techmahindra.com.

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