Hans and Amedia announced that Amedia's QoStream Fiber-to-the-Premises system will be installed in Mongolia

October 25, 2005

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EATONTOWN, N.J. -- Hans Communications, a CATV and High-Speed Internet Service Provider in Mongolia, SejongNT, a FTTH solution provider in Korea, and Amedia Networks, Inc. (OTCBB:AANI - News), a provider of switched Ethernet ultra-broadband solutions for the Triple Play Access Market, today announced that Amedia's QoStream(TM) Fiber-to-the-Premises system will be installed in Mongolia as part of a larger effort to modernize that country's communications infrastructure.

Hans Communications, a Korean-based company, has already deployed an 87 km optical backbone infrastructure in Mongolia in support of advanced networking services, and is in the process of building-out that network with an additional 250 km of optical cables anticipated for access. As Hans Communications transitions to systems implementation, they have partnered with SejongNT to initially install 100 units of Amedia's QoStream PG1000 Premises Gateways. Hans anticipates that this deployment will continue to expand following the systems integration phase of the build-out and the performance acceptance of Hans Communications. Hans anticipates a Triple Play service capability that could ultimately serve 20,000 subscribers over the next three years.

At an October 6th opening ceremony at the Mongolian Presidential House Square, Mr. Lee, President of Hans Communications noted the benefits afforded by these services to the citizens of Mongolia, and commented, "Communications are the lifeblood of any nation, and no parcel of land can be exempt from participating in the networking revolution for reasons of remoteness or population size. Fortunately, technology such as that provided by Amedia Networks, is proving sufficiently cost-effective and beneficial to enable us to undertake this historic effort here in Mongolia."

Amedia Networks Inc.

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