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April 16, 2003

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Corrigent Completes Osmine Process

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Corrigent Systems, a leading provider of packet-ADM (Add Drop Multiplexer) transport systems for metropolitan networks, today announced that its CM-100 product has completed the Telcordia(tm) OSMINE Services process for the Telcordia(tm) TIRKS® and NMA® Systems. Corrigent's CM-100 is the first packet ADM to complete the OSMINE process for Heritage OSS support, which will help enable the U.S. RBOC's to leverage the advanced capabilities of the Corrigent product line using their existing, deployed OSS systems. Corrigent's CM-100 was designed to leverage the existing operational "look and feel" of a SONET ADM. By doing this, Corrigent has developed a solution that not only offers easy integration for service providers, but also enables the rich data functionality of the CM-100 to be managed within the rigid infrastructure of the Heritage OSS's.The OSMINE process helps enable compliance with existing operational support systems (OSS) deployed in ILEC networks. TIRKS is an integrated system for network provisioning, and provides inventory management of facilities and equipment. The NMA system enables network monitoring and operational surveillance. Completion of the OSMINE process is a requirement prior to the deployment of network equipment by most RBOC's. "The OSMINE process is a vital step for any equipment vendor planning to sell its products to large, incumbent service providers," said Dennis Tinley, vice president, Customer Solutions, Telcordia Technologies, Inc. "By completing the OSMINE Services process, Corrigent is further illustrating its commitment to the ILEC market and is helping to ensure that the CM-100 integrates easily and is compatible with existing networks."Corrigent Systems Inc.

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