The Avidia 6000, the latest addition to the company's line of next-generation DSL access multiplexers

March 14, 2001

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MINNEAPOLIS -- ADC (Nasdaq:ADCT;, a leading global supplier of fiber optics, network equipment, software and integration services for broadband, multiservice networks, today released the Avidia 6000, the latest addition to the company's industry-leading line of next-generation DSL Access Multiplexer (DSLAMs). The 17-slot Avidia 6000 completes ADC's superior line of scalable central office and MTU/MDU DSLAM solutions, which also includes the 21-slot Avidia 8000 and the five-slot Avidia 3000. The Avidia 6000, along with all of ADC's advanced DSL broadband solutions, will be on display in ADC's booth No. C16/1 in Hall 17 at CeBIT 2001, March 22-28 in Hannover, Germany and booth No. B16 in the Green Pavilion at Telexpo 2001, March 20-23 2001, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

"The Avidia 6000 further demonstrates ADC's commitment to offer all carriers the most efficient way to profitably deploy advanced services with the latest technology," said Ivan Gorgeon, vice president marketing for ADC's Wireline Systems Division. "ADC customers now have the selection they need to attack market opportunities aggressively with a best-in-class DSLAM solution that fits their network and maximizes their budget."

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