Mayan claims its deal with NTT subsidiary makes it the first Sonet/SDH vendor to ship revenue units in Asia

March 7, 2001

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- MAYAN Networks announced today that it has shipped the first revenue units of a multi-year deal with NTT-ME, a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), the world's largest communications company. This announcement makes MAYAN the first multi-service SONET/SDH vendor to ship revenue units in Asia. The order is a part of a unique reseller agreement between MAYAN Networks and NTT-ME whereby MAYAN's Unifier SMX multi-service SONET/SDH platform is featured in NTT-ME's equipment catalog and is being sold directly by NTT-ME, giving the Unifier NTT-ME's honorable stamp of approval for use by its subsidiary companies.

"After evaluating equipment from other vendors, we concluded that MAYAN's Unifier SMX represents a best-of-class TDM-to-IP migration platform," said Mr. Shuji Arima, senior vice president of NTT-ME Corporation. "The Unifier's ability to handle legacy TDM traffic and interoperate with existing network elements made the product compelling. But its ability to efficiently transport data traffic and provision services such as Frame Relay, ATM and IP, made it stand out above the rest."

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