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Memorylink Touts T1s

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LAS VEGAS -- Memorylink Corp. (www.memorylink.com) introduced T1 Today™, a suite of backhaul solutions supported by a network of certified integrators, all designed to deliver T1 links with unmatched value in terms of reliability, cost and time-to-install.

At CTIA this week, Memorylink will unveil and demonstrate this T1 Today suite of products in Booth #6150. The ‘T1 Today’ moniker connotes both a modern solution for delivering real-world T1 links and the fact that installing the links can be measured in hours rather than weeks or months.

“One of the many challenges faced by today’s cellular operators is getting reliable service into rural areas at a cost that justifies this build-out. Increasingly, carriers are turning to license-free radio links as the preferred solution to deliver reliable links at an affordable price,” said Steve Erickson, Memorylink Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “T1 Today is a sensible, proven alternative to leased copper circuits or expensive licensed microwave links.”

Memorylink Corp.

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