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Launches its miniMAP 9100 IP-based access platform, supporting xDSL, POTS, E1/T1, GigE, and FTTx

June 7, 2005

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BOTHELL, Wash. -- Allied Telesyn, a global provider of secure Ethernet/IP access solutions, today announced the newest addition to its industry-leading integrated Multiservice Access Platform (iMAP) family. The miniMAP 9100 is the world's smallest, most flexible IP-based access platform, and offers innovative and progressive service providers an opportunity to deliver value-added broadband services while minimizing their initial CAPEX investment and maintaining optimal flexibility and upgradeability over the life of a network.

The miniMAP 9100 is a 1RU three-slot chassis-style access platform that uses the same subscriber interface modules as Allied Telesyn's larger and higher port density iMAP 9400 and 9700 chassis.

Supporting a range of applications, such as xDSL (ADSL 2+, G.SHDSL and VDSL--future), POTS, E1/T1, GbE and FTTx within the same platform, the miniMAP sets the stage for future migrations and integration of emerging technologies without the steep costs associated with a forklift upgrade. It is the ideal choice for service providers looking for a cost-effective entry into the FTTx and IP Triple Play market space, or for alternative providers such as CLECs, hotels, MDUs, enterprise, higher education, and healthcare.

"The miniMap 9100 is the ideal platform for service providers that need low density solutions to expand their network footprint," explained Allied Telesyn's Executive Vice President of Global Marketing and Product Development, Philip Yim. "As broadband service take-rates increase, the miniMAP can be networked with additional miniMAP or iMAP systems in a pay-as-you-grow fashion. Our investments in the broadband access sector are delivering real value for operators all over the world, and we will continue to deliver products that revolutionize the industry."

Allied Telesyn International Inc.

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