Navini Networks will supply broadband wireless access for the island of Mauritius for ADB Networks

February 2, 2005

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MAURITIUS and RICHARDSON, Texas -- Navini Networks, Inc., the leading provider of non-line-of-sight, zero-install(TM) wide-area wireless broadband technology, today announced that it will supply the first complete nationwide deployment of broadband wireless access for the island of Mauritius for ADB Networks, a major independent service and support provider, headquartered in Mauritius.

Mauritius is an island situated in the South West Indian Ocean, with a central plateau that rises to over 35 miles, and impressive mountains.

"Navini Networks provided us with a very compelling value proposition for our market," said Rizwan Rahim, chief executive officer of ADB Networks. "With portable service for subscribers throughout the island, competitive pricing and plug and play as soon as the customer receives the modem, usually the same day that they order service."

"We looked at other high speed broadband options and in our scenario, DSL and cable modem were not viable options," Said Rahim. "The rugged terrain of Mauritius requires a solution with no line of sight and cost effective deployment. Navini's nomadic broadband wireless access was clearly the best choice. We can deliver broadband where it didn't exist, virtually overnight."

"With Navini's portable wireless broadband access, the entire island of Mauritius will now be completely unwired," said Roger Dorf, president and chief executive officer, Navini Networks. "In addition, they will be superbly positioned to take advantage of next generation mobile broadband wireless access, 802.16e-based WiMAX."

Navini Networks Inc.

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