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Enea Joins Scope

STOCKHOLM and SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Enea (Nordic Exchange/Small Cap/ENEA), a world leading provider of network software and services, today announced that it joined the SCOPE Alliance. The SCOPE Alliance, formed in January 2006 by Alcatel, Ericsson, Motorola, NEC, Nokia and Siemens, is an association of Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) working to accelerate the deployment of Carrier Grade Base Platforms (CGBP) for service provider applications. Its mission is to enable and promote the availability of open CGBP based on Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) hardware and software building blocks and to promote interoperability to better serve service providers and consumers.

ENEA is working with the SCOPE Alliance team of leading NEPs and an exceptional group of COTS hardware and software providers to produce profiles for CGBPs intended to accelerate integration and deployment of next-generation networks. In addition, the SCOPE Alliance is producing gap analyses that address emerging interface specifications such as the Service Availability Forum¹s Applications Interface Specifications (AIS) that are a critical in realizing a tightly-integrated set of CGBP building blocks.

³The output of the SCOPE Alliance will play a critical role in giving NEPs the confidence that their vision of leveraging COTS building blocks can be fully realized,² said Jim Lawrence, chief software standards officer at ENEA. ³ENEA is looking forward to contributing to the work of the SCOPE Alliance.²

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