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SAIC Supports SOMA

Science Applications International Corp. lends systems integration expertise to deployments of SOMA Networks' Amosphere system

June 26, 2002

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SAN FRANCISCO -- SOMA Networks today announced it will team with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), one of the world's leading systems design and integration firms and the parent company of Telcordia Technologies, to offer end-to-end telecommunications systems to North American and global service providers. This alliance can leverage the capabilities and expertise of both companies to enable service providers to effectively and profitably deploy SOMA Networks' next-generation wireless broadband solution, which delivers multi-megabit Internet access and carrier-grade voice services to the residential and small-office market. With its unique expertise in program management, network engineering, systems integration, operational and business support systems, managed services, and operations support for fixed line and wireless service providers, SAIC can provide critical support to service providers in the management and deployment of SOMA Networks' Amosphere system. Such support can enable service providers to seamlessly integrate the SOMA system with existing billing, information technology, and other systems and rapidly launch a profitable broadband data and carrier-grade voice service business. The alliance will utilize both companies' current customer experience to provide the best possible customer solutions and will include a joint marketing effort to capitalize on mutually beneficial wireless broadband opportunities around the globe. "There is an enormous potential in the global wireless broadband market, and we believe that SOMA Networks can help us capture this opportunity," said Robert K. Young, senior vice president and general manager of SAIC's Global Telecommunications Group. "SOMA Networks' cost-effective broadband data and carrier-grade voice solutions can expand SAIC's overall wireless product offering to our customers." Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) SOMA Networks

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