Tunisia Telecom creates new nationwide broadband network with Huawei and Redback

October 26, 2004

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Redback Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: RBAK), a leading provider of next-generation broadband networking systems, and Huawei Technologies Company Ltd, a global telecom infrastructure supplier, today announced that the Tunisie Telecom is creating a nationwide broadband network to bring ADSL broadband access and services to consumers and small businesses using systems from Redback and Huawei. Redback is supplying its SMST 1800 broadband subscriber management systems. Huawei is supplying DSLAMs, a centralized network management system and DSL modems. Huawei is a global distribution partner for Redback.

"By combining the strength of advanced subscriber management from Redback Networks with our own high-performance, cost-effective solutions, we can offer broadband networks to meet the demands of any application," said Mr. lishenzhuo, vice president of Middle East and North Africa, Huawei Technologies. "The evolving broadband infrastructure we are providing to Tunisie Telecom takes full advantage of the combined Redback-Huawei solution."

"We are pleased to work with Huawei in helping Tunisie Telecom build a national broadband network that offers the reliability, flexibility and scalability to meet the demands of a growing market," said Marco Wanders, vice president of sales and operations for Europe, Middle East and Africa regions for Redback Networks. "Our partnership with Huawei brings carriers and service providers a complete solution for building vital broadband networks."

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

Redback Networks Inc.

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