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BelAir Wins Mesh Patent

BelAir Networks awarded key patent for wireless mesh technology

February 13, 2007

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KANATA, Ontario -- BelAir Networks, the leading provider of mobile broadband multi-service mesh network solutions, today announced that the company has been issued a key U.S. patent for its innovative, carrier-grade wireless mesh backhaul technologies already deployed in over 250 networks worldwide. The patent discloses innovative technology for providing true carrier-grade, mobile broadband multi-service mesh networks. BelAir Networks will be exhibiting at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from February 12th – 15th at Booth #2C63, Hall 2.

The BelAir Networks wireless mesh backhaul technology disclosed in the patent is key to delivering the industry-leading broadband performance and scalability that recently garnered a #1 performance ranking, among 41 wireless networks, in independent third party testing. The patented technology is also responsible for BelAir Networks carrier-class capacity and reliability, honored with the prestigious Technology Innovation Award by industry analysts, Frost & Sullivan.

“The technology described in this patent is not only key to BelAir Networks demonstrated success, it reflects an emerging trend in the wireless mesh industry towards higher performance networks,” said Stephen Rayment, CTO, BelAir Network. “As service providers and cities are increasingly demanding higher performance – in terms of bandwidth, QoS and low latency – the wireless mesh backhaul technology reflected in our patent becomes the ‘best practices’ approach. This patent protects our customers and partners and provides a basis for effective knowledge sharing within the industry.”

BelAir Networks Inc.

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