Nortel Intros Optera 4150

Nortel Networks extends next-generation metro optical portfolio with OPTera Metro 4150

December 3, 2002

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LONDON -- Lightspeed Europe -- Nortel Networks (NYSE:NT) (TSX:NT) today announced a new addition to its optical networking portfolio with Nortel Networks OPTera Metro 4150 Multiservice Platform. Nortel Networks expects this next generation SDH platform to enable service providers and large enterprises to drive operational expenditure reductions and hasten delivery of new services. "Nortel Networks is committed to redefining the economics of metropolitan networks because it is vital for the future success of our customers," said Brian McFadden, president, Optical Networks, Nortel Networks. "With OPTera Metro 4150, we aim to help our customers create additional revenue opportunities by increasing Ethernet and broadband service delivery into business premises that attract spending on enterprise-led applications," McFadden said. "In addition, OPTera 4150 drives lower capex and opex through its full cross-connect capability right at the edge." Nortel Networks OPTera Metro 4150 is generally available. It has already been deployed in a number of Nortel Networks service provider and enterprise customer networks worldwide, and is strengthening the solutions available through Nortel Networks distribution channels. OPTera Metro 4150 is a next generation STM-4 (622 megabits per second) full access, high port density multiplexer with a fully non-blocking cross connect. Nortel Networks Corp. Lightspeed Europe 02

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