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Wavesat First in Indonesia

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. and BANDUNG, Indonesia -- Wavesat, supplier of Broadband wireless semiconductor solutions and Hariff, a system manufacturer, announced the first broadband wireless access equipment designed for Indonesia.

The HiMAX-231, a WiMAX based 2.3 GHz Basestation and Subscriber unit solution manufactured by Hariff DTE, was officially launched on Friday February 29 in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. The Governor of West Java Province, the Director General Application and Telematica Dept. of Indonesian Communication and Information, top Executives from TELCO Operators and many others were present at PT Hariff Daya Tunggal Engineering (Hariff DTE) head office for this unique event in the Indonesian telecom industry.

"We are making telecom history in Indonesia and we are extremely excited about this new product launch as it represents the start of a new era locally of locally developed and manufactured Broadband Wireless Access equipment," stated Mr. Budi Permana, President Director (CEO) of PT HARIFF Daya Tunggal Engineering." Wavesat offers a flexible solution upon which we were able to build and adapt our WiMAX based system to meet our nation’s unique needs. We are looking forward to long partnership with Wavesat."

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