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Gansu Telecom deploys Redback's SMS platform to enable broadband access in China's Gansu province

July 23, 2001

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LANZHOU, China -- Redback Networks Inc.(Nasdaq:RBAK - news), a leading providerof solutions for next-generation metro broadband and optical networks,today announced that Gansu Telecom, one of the largesttelecom operators in China's western region, plans to deploy theRedback® SMS(TM) 10000 platform, the industry's mostscalable subscriber management system. Gansu plans to deliver fullbroadband connectivity to its residential customers byleveraging Redback's market-leading subscriber management technology.Gansu plans to deploy SMS 10000 platforms in its data center located inthe capital city of Lanzhou to manage the province'sDSL users. The SMS will interoperate with the RADIUS subscriber databaseto simplify line accounting and invoicing for thetelecom authority."Redback has an impressive track record in China, with broadbandsubscriber aggregation customers in over 10 provinces acrossthe country," said Mr. He Zhiqiang, director of the Gansu Data Bureauat Gansu Telecom. "Developing a reliable, robustbroadband infrastructure is crucial to the growth of China's vastwestern region, and we welcome the opportunity to work withRedback to accomplish this growth."Redback Networks Inc.

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