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Hammerhead & Fujitsu Team up

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. and RICHARDSON, Texas –– Hammerhead Systems, Inc., the market leader in revenue migration solutions, and Fujitsu Network Communications Inc., a leading supplier of IT and networking solutions, today announced a reseller agreement involving joint marketing, product planning, customer support and services. The agreement brings together the innovative technology and disruptive economics of the Hammerhead™ HSX 6000™ Migration Edge solution and the Fujitsu financial and operational strength along with their proven track record with working with Tier 1 service providers and Multiple System Operators (MSOs). Fujitsu also announced today that Hammerhead Systems has been selected as part of its Flexible Architecture for Subscriber Service Termination (FASST™) solution portfolio.

Hammerhead is delighted to team with Fujitsu, a $45 billion dollar market leader and the largest IT and telecommunications systems integrator in the world, to deliver, deploy and support our HSX 6000 Migration Edge Solution. We understand the service provider interest in having us team with world class service and support organizations and are pleased to announce this partnership with one of their leading incumbent suppliers,” said Joe Sigrist, president and CEO of Hammerhead Systems. “Fujitsu has executed many of the industry’s most complex network transitions and is an optimal partner to support our customers’ controlled migration from ATM to Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS).”

“Our customers need to leverage their billion dollar installed base while they transition to an efficient packet infrastructure capable of delivering new business services. Hammerhead Systems has fundamentally changed the economics of edge platforms with their innovative architecture and density of the HSX 6000,” said Rodney Boehm, senior vice president of data and customer solutions at Fujitsu Network Communications. “This alliance provides service providers with breakthrough technology like Hammerhead’s bandwidth pooling and dual control planes, without compromising a service provider’s desire to buy from their preferred incumbent suppliers.”

Hammerhead Systems Inc.

Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. (FNC)

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