Radwin Expands in Asia/Pac

Radwin signs strategic partnerships with wireless distributors Stream Networks, Mitzmara, and Asian High Technology Corp.

August 8, 2005

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TEL AVIV -- RADWIN (www.radwin.com), provider of carrier class broadband wireless connectivity of TDM and Ethernet services, today announced the expansion of its sales coverage in Asia Pacific with the signing of strategic partnerships with leading wireless distributors Stream Networks, Mitzmara and Asian High Technology Corporation.

Headquartered in Singapore, Stream Networks operates a far-flung distribution network of hundreds of system integrators and resellers. Mitzmara is a leading provider of wireless access solutions, with offices in Malaysia and Indonesia and a sales footprint spanning over a dozen countries. Asian High Technology Corporation is a 25-year veteran distributor with a strong sales infrastructure that will be leveraged to distribute WinLink(TM) 1000 in the Philippines and the greater region. Together, the appointed distributors will capitalize on the strong demand for broadband wireless solutions in their respective markets.

Eran Kaplan, RADWIN's Vice President of Sales, said: "RADWIN's partnerships with the premier distributors in Asia will enable us to penetrate the lucrative, ever-growing APAC markets. Leveraging these partnerships will allow us to make WinLink(TM) 1000 available everywhere - to the benefit of customers seeking high performance point-to-point solutions at the most cost-effective price."

"From cellular backhaul, to enterprise connectivity, to last mile access - WinLink(TM) 1000 powers numerous applications and meets the diversified needs of carriers and private networks such as enterprises, SMEs, hospitals/universities and public safety institutions," continued Kaplan. "Capable of transmitting voice, video and data on a single link - RADWIN's cost-effective solution delivers a winning business proposition."

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