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Tellabs Wins Lebanese Project

Lebanese Ministry of Telecommunications chooses Tellabs' managed access system to handle services across its national network

November 11, 2003

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LONDON -- The Lebanese Ministry of Telecommunications (MoT), thesole provider of telecommunications services in Lebanon, has selectedthe Tellabs® 8100 network manager and the Tellabs® 8110 networkterminating unit (NTU) to enable it to rapidly provision digital leasedline services and provide data access to its customers across thecountry. The products, which are distributed by Tellabs' partnerTetracom, will provide increased control over the network, enabling theMoT to reduce operating expenses and to add new customers as well as tointroduce new services easily, quickly and accurately from a singlenetwork manager.

The Tellabs 8100 network manager enables MoT staff to verify servicequality and manage all services in real time from a single desktop,reducing maintenance and operational costs. The Tellabs 8110 NTU modemswill provide auto-configuration and "plug and play" support, enablingfast network roll-out and deployment of services.

Naji Andraos, general manager of the MoT, commented, "We chose Tellabs'solution because it is a proven high quality system and gives usend-to-end control of our network. It provides all the support we needto quickly introduce new and innovative services to meet the growingneeds of our customers, while reducing our operating costs."

"Tellabs is committed to enabling our customers to make the most oftheir network investments. As the MoT expands its network andintroduces new services such as data for its many customers, oursolutions will provide the control it needs to get the best from itsnetwork and provide a high quality, cost-effective service," said BillBurns, vice president of Tellabs Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA)region.

Tellabs Inc.

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