Aperto Unveils Mobile WiMax Strategy

BOSTON -- Aperto Networks, builder of the world's most advanced WiMAX Forum Certified(TM) base stations and subscriber units, today unveiled its strategy to support a wide range of deployment options for network operators looking to capitalize on the IEEE 802.16-2004 fixed and IEEE 802.16e-2005 mobile WiMAX standards.

Aperto's mobile WiMAX offering is based on an extension of Aperto's industry leading PacketMAX architecture, including the PM5000, the first base station to be certified by the WiMAX Forum(TM). Aperto has adapted PacketMAX to accommodate the mobile WiMAX standard through 802.16e-2005 compliant radio controller modules and software selectable subscriber units allowing spectrally efficient collocation of the equipment based on the fixed and mobile WiMAX standards, or an elegant migration from fixed to mobile WiMAX.

"Aperto Networks' mobile WiMAX strategy has been developed and honed from the years of experience that Aperto has gained in successfully deploying high-quality, carrier-class solutions in a host of service provider networks around the globe," said Mike Pratt, president and CEO of Aperto Networks. "The end result is a robust mobile WiMAX solution that leverages much of the existing investment in the fixed WiMAX infrastructure that is being deployed today."

Aperto Networks Inc.

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