Teledata Networks ships BroadAccess integrated multiservice access platforms as part of a $25 million contract with ICE in Costa Rica

June 7, 2004

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AMSTERDAM -- Teledata Networks, a leading provider of wireline access products and network solutions for telecom operators and service providers worldwide, has completed the delivery of the first US$5M shipment, as part of a US$25M contract with ICE, Costa Rica's National Electricity and Telecommunications company. The contract includes the supply of 300 BroadAccess Integrated Multiservice Access Platforms (IMAPs) over a maximum period of three years.

Under the terms of the agreement, Teledata Networks will help ICE expand, modernize and digitalize the country's access network. Using the BroadAccess IMAP, Teledata Networks will provide ICE's customers throughout Costa Rica with high-quality voice and advanced data services using a single integrated platform.

"We are proud to be ICE's sole supplier for this contract. There were 11 participants in this tender, and Teledata Networks is the sole winner" said Amnon Unger, CEO, Teledata Networks. "Teledata Networks has maintained a fruitful relationship with ICE over several years, having supplied equipment for support of voice services. We feel privileged to be working with this operator on such an important project, which is part of a strategic plan for the modernization of Costa Rica's entire telecommunications network. Our flexible technology is sure to be a stepping stone for ICE in its transition to Next Generation Networks."

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