Enablence Does FTTH in Egypt

Egyptian real estate development company has selected Enablence communications equipment for its first FTTH network deployment

May 29, 2009

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OTTAWA -- Enablence Technologies Inc. ("Enablence" or the "Company") (CDNX:ENA.V - News), a leading supplier of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) equipment for triple-play residential and business services and optical components and subsystems for access, metro and long-haul markets, announced today that Palm Hills Developments (PHD), a leading Egyptian real estate development company, has selected Enablence communications equipment for its first FTTH network deployment.

Palm Hills Developments is purchasing Enablence's industry leading Trident7(TM) Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) Platform and Optical Network Terminals (ONT) for a residential deployment, connecting nearly 4,200 units.

"Palm Hills Developments required a strategic partner who would provide fully integrated end-to-end triple-play solutions for our residential and commercial customers. This is the first open access deployment in Egypt and we are excited to have Enablence as our supplier. Enablence's industry leading products allow us to offer state-of-the-art technology to our customers, giving us a tremendous competitive advantage in the real estate industry" said Yasseen Mansour, Chairman and CEO of Palm Hills Developments. PHD is also looking to further expand its buildings and properties into Saudi Arabia.

"This is an especially important deal for Enablence, as it is our first deployment in the growing FTTH market in the Middle East region. Our products enable companies, such as Palm Hills Developments, that are leading the development of high-end properties, to deliver advanced FTTH based services that provide their customers with hundreds of channels of SDTV & HDTV programming, ultrafast internet access and Internet Protocol based telephone services," said Arvind Chhatbar, CEO of Enablence.

Enablence Technologies Inc. (Toronto: ENA)

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