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Aviat Launches Converged Microwave Router

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Aviat Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVNW), the leading expert in microwave networking solutions, today announced the Aviat CTR 8000 microwave networking platform, a new solution for simplifying mobile operator networks. The first generally available product in the CTR family is the CTR 8540 microwave router, a new microwave platform that includes a fully featured IP/MPLS router, making it the most highly advanced microwave backhaul product on the market. Aviat has received orders for the CTR 8540 from Osnova Telecom of the Russian Federation and Entel in Chile. Deliveries are scheduled to commence within the coming weeks.

As the industry’s only purpose-built microwave router, the CTR 8540 is a truly unique product with a powerful combination of microwave transport, Layer 2 Carrier Ethernet and Layer 3 IP/MPLS routing—all in one box.

Aviat Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: AVNW)

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