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C-COR announced the introduction of the first 3-Input Forward Path RF Amplifier, the GAMP3

January 23, 2007

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- C-COR Incorporated (NASDAQ: CCBL), the broadband industry's leading supplier of 1GHz transmission equipment, announced today the introduction of the first 3-Input Forward Path RF Amplifier, the GAMP3. This innovative three RF input port design was created in direct response to the needs of network service providers to increase efficiency and to optimize system isolation performance in supporting Switched Digital Video (SDV), Video On Demand (VOD), and High Speed Data(HSD) services.

The Converged Headend Platform CHP MaxT 5000 1GHz GAMP3 is available today and can be used as a key system component in a headend or hub environment to provide RF signal amplification and narrowcast layering. The three RF input port design includes one broadcast and two narrowcast ports that give operators a cost-effective way to overcome network signal losses and minimize the impact on system performance that is traditionally caused by combining and splitting networks. The GAMP3 module is monitored and controlled by the CHP standard based GUI software, which also monitors 1GHz modules such as industry leading CHP CWDM forward transmitters, and more.

"With the demand on HFC networks increasing every day, C-COR is continuing to break new ground with technology advances that maximize existing capacity while ensuring that system performance is optimized," said Bill Dawson, vice president, Access Strategy, C-COR. "At C-COR, we continue to develop first-to-market technology, such as the GAMP3, that meets the demands cable operators face in expanding their existing capacity and building sustainable, next generation networks at the lowest cost point."

C-COR is the industry's leading supplier of 1GHz transmission equipment that provides cable operators a cost-effective solution to increase forward capacity and ensures future flexibility on existing HFC networks. C-COR's line of integrated 1GHz access products includes headend optical transmitters, segmentable nodes, and amplifiers. C-COR's HFC equipment products have an installed base of more than $3.5 billion and are deployed with leading operators around the world, including Bright House, Cablevision, Charter, Comcast, Cox, Mediacom, Insight, Time Warner Cable, UPC, ONO and NTL.

C-COR Corp. (Nasdaq: CCBL)

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