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Isocore announced the successful completion of its fall 2006 Leading Edge Code (LEC) Testing

October 6, 2006

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RESTON, Va. -- Isocore, the technology validation leader in next generation IP and optical networking, services and applications, today announced the successful completion of its fall 2006 Leading Edge Code (LEC) Testing. The event included participation from a broad range of industry-leading network equipment vendors. The results of this successful testing will be demonstrated live at Isocore Internetworking Lab on October 19th following 9th MPLS International Conference (MPLS 2006) (

Vendors participating in the Isocore LEC testing included Agilent Technologies (NYSE:A), Alcatel (Paris: CGEP.PA, NYSE: ALA), Anue Systems, Avici Systems (NASDAQ: AVCI), Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO), IXIA (NASDAQ: XXIA), Extreme Networks (NASDAQ: EXTR), Foundry Networks (NASDAQ: FDRY), IPInfusion (An ACCESS Company), Juniper Networks (NASDAQ: JNPR), Redback Networks (NASDAQ: RBAK). Vendors participating in the Hybrid Optical LEC testing included Agilent Technologies (NYSE:A), Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO), Juniper Networks (NASDAQ: JNPR), Keio, NTT-AT, and Sycamore Networks (NASDAQ: SCMR), and on-site participation and support by NTT.

During this testing, multiservice interworking of ATM-Ethernet was verified for the first time within the context of hierarchical Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS) supporting delivery of high and standard definition Video on Demand (VoD) services. In addition, real time MDI (Media Delivery Index), measurements were made for MPEG encoded video Streams carried over MPLS P2MP LSP in carrier Ethernet environment. As part of Isocore’s commitment to the integration of Ethernet services evaluation, the MPLS 2006 demonstration will showcase, for the first time, two flavors of implementing VPLS based services, one using LDP based signaling, and other using BGP based signaling.

Isocore Corp.

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