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RTX Products has successfully integrated its wireless local loop (WLL) solution with the BroadWorks VOIP application platform

May 16, 2006

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STOCKHOLM -- BroadSoft Inc, the leading provider of VoIP application software announced today that Danish RTX Products, manufacturer of wireless communication solutions and OEM products and a subsidiary of RTX Telecom A/S has successfully integrated its wireless local loop (WLL) solution with the BroadWorks VoIP application platform. The interoperability of the RTX WLL with the advanced telephony features of the BroadWorks platform will bring VoIP to emerging markets as part of a cost-effective alternative to traditional communications network infrastructure.

The WLL solution from RTX Products enables businesses to connect an existing fibre optic or copper cable network to an IP- and Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) -based wireless network. Offering flexible and scalable last mile wireless access, with seamless handover between cells, WLL’s complete compatibility with the BroadWorks platform will enable a full range of advanced VoIP applications on end user terminals for a wide cross-section of subscribers, including those in remote areas.

“We have been convinced for a long time of the value of WLL as a fast-track solution to bring communications access to users in areas which would be either impossible or extremely costly to service with traditional wiring and infrastructure,” says Jens Toftgaard Petersen, VP RTX. “We recognised BroadWorks’ ability to scale existing networks with enhanced, feature-rich call functionality in a single step. The combination of our WLL solution with BroadWorks not only enables us to open up communications to a new generation of users in parts of the world where the infrastructure limitations hinder communications, but to simultaneously offer advanced call functionality that would normally be associated with highly evolved networks.”

BroadSoft Inc.

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