Telstra Uses NetEx Gear

NetEx has teamed with Telstra to deliver a high-performance, end-to-end data transmission solution for a Fortune 1000 customer

January 11, 2006

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MINNEAPOLIS -- NetEx, the worldwide leader in high-performance data transport solutions, today announced that it has teamed with Telstra, Australia's leading telecommunications and information services provider, to deliver a high-performance, end-to-end data transmission solution for a Fortune 1000 customer over a Telstra Global Wide Area Network.

Telstra chose NetEx's HyperIP® appliance to provide the required TCP/IP performance enhancements to implement its Global MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) Solution for a large corporate customer with a daily transmission requirement exceeding 1 terabyte of data between its Sydney and New York locations.

Telstra is one of many telecommunications leaders that have adopted HyperIP as the cornerstone of its expanded data protection, disaster recovery and data migration services. HyperIP enables telecom providers to deliver new services by optimizing their existing infrastructure and bandwidth investments and eliminating the costs and complexity of alternative IP WAN solutions.

HyperIP provides application acceleration and WAN optimization for data replication and large file transfer requirements that are not usually possible over global distances due to high latency. HyperIP eliminates the traditional limitations of high-volume TCP/IP data transfers over long distances by shielding applications against packet loss, jitter, congestion and other network disruptions; mitigating inherent network latency for remote TCP/IP data transmission; and compressing data for improved WAN efficiencies using sequence reduction algorithms.

"This solution accelerates our customers' ability to move data even when they have limited bandwidth," said Drew Kelton, Telstra Global Solutions Managing Director. "With Telstra offering the NetEx HyperIP solution, businesses will be able to improve performance and efficiency, no matter which continents they are sending data to and from. This meets what many customers say they need -- a high performance end-to-end solution which is easily installable and maintainable that complements our Global IP/MPLS Solution."

"HyperIP has once again proven that it is unmatched in overcoming the limits of long-distance TCP/IP transfers and enabling a new generation of wide area data solutions for customers such as Telstra," said Robert MacIntyre, Vice President of Business Development and Marketing at NetEx.

Network Executive Software Inc. (NetEx)

Telstra Corp. Ltd. (ASX: TLS; NZK: TLS)

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