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Apertio Acquires Netzwert

Apertio extends its portfolio with policy-enabled products from Netzwert

October 8, 2007

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BRISTOL, U.K. -- Apertio, the leading independent provider of subscriber-centric networks, today announces it has acquired Netzwert AG, a privately held telecommunications software vendor based in Berlin, Germany.

Netzwert is one of Europe’s most innovative suppliers of telecommunications infrastructure, delivering software products, integration and consulting services. Its flagship policy enabled portfolio, including AAA (Authentication, Authorisation and Accounting) and BSF (Bootstrapping Server Function) products, provides the critical real-time management and access control functions to enable communication service providers to deliver a new generation of advanced services to consumers. Netzwert leads the market with its flexible rules-based products, supporting over 80 million subscribers, with customers including some of the world’s largest service providers.

"Today’s announcement marks the next stage of a strong partnership between the two companies whose joint proposition has already been well received by customers," said Ralf Holighaus, Chief Executive Officer at Netzwert. "The acquisition will see Apertio expand its portfolio while extending the reach of the Netzwert products through Apertio’s established global sales, deployment and support channels."

The Netzwert products will be further integrated with the Apertio One architecture and re-branded Apertio One-AAA and One-BSF - complementing Apertio’s market leading portfolio that includes the Apertio One-HLR (Home Location Register), One-HSS (Home Subscriber Server) and One-NDS (Network Directory Server).

Apertio Ltd.

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