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General Bandwidth Is Certified

Achieves TL 9000 Release 3.0 certification with hardware, software and service specialties, and ISO 9001:2000 certification

January 8, 2002

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AUSTIN, Texas -- General Bandwidth(R) Inc., a leading telecommunications equipment manufacturer enabling the new voice infrastructure, announced today that it is one of less than ten companies worldwide to achieve TL 9000 Release 3.0 certification with hardware, software and service specialties, and ISO 9001:2000 certification, a further quality guarantee to its service provider customers. TL 9000 Quality System Requirements, developed by the Quality Excellence for Suppliers of Telecommunications Forum (QuEST Forum), is a telecommunications-specific quality system standard that is built on ISO 9001. This TL 9000 certification is the highest level attainable meeting all 81 additional telecommunication-specific requirements."General Bandwidth is committed to meeting and exceeding the most stringent requirements of large carriers. TL 9000 certification enables us to continually improve quality and reliability, reduce costs and increase competitiveness," said Brian Henrichs, executive vice president of product operations for General Bandwidth. "TL 9000 certification, coupled with Extended NEBS Level 3 certification and OSMINE certification, demonstrates our unique understanding of service provider needs when deploying central office gear."General Bandwidth Inc.

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