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Olympics Use China Mobile, WildPackets

Beijing Olympic Games tap China Mobile and WildPackets to maintain wireless networks

August 12, 2008

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WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- WildPackets, Inc., a leading provider of network and application analysis solutions, today announced that China Mobile, the World’s largest mobile subscribers telecommunications provider and official partner of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, has implemented WildPackets OmniPeek to proactively prevent wireless network outages at 14 Olympic venues.

China Mobile has deployed OmniPeek to monitor and troubleshoot the various WLAN and WiFi applications running throughout the Olympic gymnasiums in Shanghai and Beijing, including the “Bird Nest” National Stadium, where the opening and closing ceremonies will be held. With OmniPeek, China Mobile's technical staff can monitor performance and quickly troubleshoot any anomalies that might slow down network responsiveness.

“China Mobile has the complex yet integral task of providing uninterrupted communications by ensuring uptime, security and maintenance of the Olympic gymnasiums WLAN network and rely on WildPackets to be successful in this endeavor,” said Liu Hui, General Manager, Network Optimizing Center of China Mobile Group, Beijing Co. Ltd. “We are thoroughly impressed by the performance and reliability of Wildpackets’ OmniPeek solution for network data analysis, performance monitoring and troubleshooting.”

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