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CTDI Buys GoDigital

Communications Test Design has acquired all assets of GoDigital Networks

July 7, 2006

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WEST CHESTER, Pa. -- Communications Test Design, Inc. (CTDI), the world's largest independent global telecommunications repair and logistics provider, announced that it has acquired all assets of GoDigital Networks, the leading supplier of line-powered broadband network access products in North America. The announcement was made by CTDI chairman & CEO Jerry Parsons and became effective June 30, 2006.

   Under the terms of the agreement, CTDI will continue to design, manufacture, sell and support GoDigital-branded products, primarily the XCel product family, and will assume ongoing product life-cycle management responsibilities.GoDigital's facility in Fremont, Calif. will become the newest of CTDI's 37 locations in their global network. Frank Akers, GoDigital president & CEO, will lead the Fremont branch and its staff, focusing on R&D, sales and marketing.

   "The acquisition of GoDigital Networks strengthens CTDI's product, repair and service portfolios," said Parsons. "CTDI's increased capacity in the high-growth access and transport markets will benefit both our OEM and carrier customers."

   "GoDigital couldn't be happier to have merged with CTDI, which is recognized as the leader in the telecom service industry," stated Akers."This can only strengthen our current DSL product solutions and solidify our long-term vision for GoDigital products."

Communications Test Design Inc. (CTDI)

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