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Procera Lands Cable Customer in Middle East

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FREMONT, CA -- Procera Networks, Inc. ( NASDAQ : PKT ), the global intelligent policy enforcement company, today announced it has received a multi-million dollar initial order from a Tier 1 multi-system operator (MSO) in the Middle East. This operator serves cable subscribers across its countrywide footprint as part of its residential triple play service offerings. This new service provider customer selected the PacketLogic PL8920 following extensive competitive product evaluation and testing that included many stand-alone and integrated competitors. Procera expects to begin to recognize the majority of revenue from this initial order in the fourth quarter of 2012.

"This MSO has seen dramatic increases in bandwidth usage on its network over the past two years and selected our Intelligent Policy Enforcement solution because it has proven it can scale to meet the kind of growth the operator is seeing in its network," said Paul Gracie, vice president of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East (EMEA) at Procera. "This customer was also looking for an analytics and enforcement solution that could help to deliver a very high QoE across its large subscriber population."

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