Diatem releases Ethernet service controller 2.0

July 16, 2004

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OTTAWA -- DIATEM Networks Inc., the leader in Metro Ethernet services control, today announced the release of Ethernet ServiceController 2.0 (ESC 2.0), a sophisticated software platform, designed to enable broadband network operators to generate new revenues from the red-hot growth in the Ethernet services market. The attraction of Ethernet services is attributed to their ease of use, bandwidth scalability, service arrangement flexibility, and cost effectiveness.

According to the Yankee Group’s study in May 2004, Ethernet service revenue in the United States is to grow at a healthy 57 percent CAGR from about $400 million in 2003, to about $4 billion in 2008. Frost & Sullivan predicts an even faster growth pace for the Asia Pacific region, where Ethernet services revenue totaled $2.69 billion in 2002, and is projected to reach $15.24 billion by 2008. An Ovum 2004 report notes the trend from basic Ethernet pipe services to higher demand for multipoint, QoS-based VLAN services emerging in 2004. “Service providers worldwide are embracing Ethernet-based services,” notes Brian Van Steen, RHK, Inc., “The pace of rollout for these services has been strong over the past couple of years, and continues unabated.”

DIATEM’s ESC 2.0 software platform makes it fast, simple and virtually error-free for service providers and large enterprises to design, activate and manage sophisticated Ethernet services across heterogeneous, multi-vendor networks. ESC 2.0 solves the difficult issue of delivering Ethernet Service Level Agreements (SLA’s), overcoming the operational shortfalls within the technology itself. By supporting Ethernet SLA’s, DIATEM’s ESC 2.0 enables effective delivery of emerging QoS sensitive applications such as Voice over IP, Video On Demand, and Triple Play.

Diatem Networks Inc.

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