World Wide Packets Names VP

World Wide Packets names Brower Dimond vice president of engineering

November 23, 2004

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -- World Wide Packets, the leading provider of Ethernet Access networking solutions, announced today that Brower Dimond has joined the company as Vice President of Engineering. Dimond will direct the company's engineering efforts and oversee the continuing development and evolution of its LightningEdge(R) Ethernet Access solution.

"Brower will help World Wide Packets continue to deliver the industry's preferred access solution," said Dave Curry, president and CEO, World Wide Packets. "Brower offers a tremendous track record in creating carrier-grade solutions that have immediate market acceptance. His experience will enable us to expand our market share with respect to this important segment."

Dimond brings almost 20 years of progressive leadership and engineering experience to World Wide Packets. Most recently, he was responsible for product engineering at Gluon Networks where he oversaw the design and production of its "Converged Local Exchange". Prior to Gluon, he served as Vice President of Engineering for Ericsson, Inc where he executed 35 simultaneous projects in 3 major product areas. Because of this experience, he brings significant expertise in IP, MPLS and Softswitch technologies. He also played a key technical and management role leading to the acquisition of ACC, a vendor of carrier-class Internet Access Concentrators, for $280 million.

"World Wide Packets offers me the opportunity to help shape the products that service providers will use to deliver broadband to consumers and businesses around the globe," said Dimond. "I look forward to joining a seasoned team of engineers and assisting World Wide Packets as it continues its impressive growth."

World Wide Packets Inc.

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