Optimi is selected to design and optimize one of the largest UMTS networks

February 1, 2005

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ATLANTA and MALAGA, Spain -- Optimi, the leader in providing wireless carriers network design, planning and performance solutions, announced that it has been awarded a major contract to provide design and optimization solutions for one of the world's largest GSM/UMTS networks in North America. Terms and conditions of the contract as well as the carriers' identity were not revealed.

Specifically, the carrier has agreed to deploy Optimi's x-ACP (Automatic Cell Planning) product. x-ACP an integrated module of Optimi's X Design & Optimization Product Suite. Benefits include

1. Rapid integration of new UMTS sites/sectors into an existing GSM network;

2. Acceleration in the deployment of new revenue enhancing 3G data services;

3. Reduce radio frequency interference that increases data throughput, improves service quality for voice and new data services.

"We are very excited to have been selected to provide advanced design and optimization solutions for one of the largest GSM/UMTS networks in the world. We have developed unique capabilities that allow wireless carriers to more efficiently manage emerging GSM and UMTS hybrid networks," said Mr. David Bagley, Chief Operating Officer of Optimi. "GSM/UMTS carriers are facing significant challenges in not only managing multiple-technology networks but also supporting the introduction of more complex data services. Our solutions support carriers in achieving these critical objectives," noted Mr. Bagley.

"Optimi has developed the industry's most advanced wireless design and optimization products. x-ACP enables carriers to design and optimize network frequency resources at the cell level. Thus changes can be made at a very specific level rather than undertaking network wide changes and disruptions," said Mr. Juan Manuel Melero, Senior Vice President, Optimi. "We provide carriers with the capabilities to determine the optimal site for their UMTS network deployment, the most efficient use of limited spectrum resources and how to achieve the highest level of customer quality of service for UMTS based products," concluded Mr. Melero.


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