Dilithium Networks opens research and development center in New Delhi, India and appoints Sanjay Singh as VP of engineering to head the operation

October 10, 2005

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PETALUMA, Calif. -- Dilithium Networks, the leading supplier of 3G multimedia solutions announced today the opening of a Global Research and Development Centre in New Delhi, India. Dilithium also announced that telecommunications industry veteran Sanjay Singh has joined Dilithium Networks as VP Engineering and will head the Indian operation. Sanjay Singh is an accomplished Telecom and Systems professional with over 18+ years experience in Engineering, Engineering Management and Operations.

“We are opening a Global Design Centre in India to keep pace with the rapidly growing customer demand for our solutions, and to take advantage of the large and highly educated technical base available in India” stated Paul Zuber, Chief Executive Officer. “India will likely deploy 3G services in 2006, and given the large potential market, it is important that Dilithium develop local technical and support capabilities in advance of these launches. Sanjay Singh’s distinguished career and industry experience will be a tremendous asset to Dilithium as we continue to develop innovative videotelephony and multimedia solutions focused on enhancing the customer’s experience.”

Prior to joining Dilithium Networks, Sanjay Singh held the position of COO and AVP Engineering responsible for Engineering Management and Operations of BayPackets Technologies India centre. As COO, he set up BayPackets operations and grew it to a 70+ people organization. Prior to BayPackets, Sanjay was the VP of System Software Engineering for Aplion and was responsible for System Software Development of all Aplion products.

Dilithium Networks Inc.

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