Telcordia signs OEM agreement to offer Apertio's suite of open mobility applications to mobile operators

February 9, 2005

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BRISTOL, U.K. -- Apertio, the industry's first open mobility infrastructure company, today announces an OEM agreement with Telcordia, a leading global provider of telecommunications software and services. This relationship supports the wireless industry's move to open, standards-based IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks, enabling operators to roll out new service offerings without overhauling existing network infrastructure and to efficiently and effectively scale to support significantly more subscribers.

Telcordia will brand and offer Apertio's suite of open mobility applications, including the Home Location Server (HLR), Home Subscriber Server (HSS), Portability Server (MNP), Equipment Identification Server (EIR) and other Intelligent Network products, to mobile operators. Telcordia will deploy and support the applications, with 24x7 support from Apertio.

John Hayduk, Group Senior Vice President, Telcordia said, "Mobile operators are increasingly focused on the offering of new services, rapidly and with the ability to quickly scale. The Apertio applications provide Telcordia with capabilities that afford operators key tools in their pursuit of new revenues".

Apertio's suite of open mobility applications portfolio help eliminate the complexity and cost of the core network, reducing operating costs by as much as 50 percent and cutting time to provision new services.

Paul Magelli, Apertio's CEO said, "We are delighted to be working with Telcordia, providing the soft infrastructure solutions to support its own suite of market-leading network applications. We are confident that Apertio's open mobility infrastructure will enhance the value of solutions available to wireless network operators worldwide."

Apertio Ltd.

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