Ixia joins multiple vendors at MPLS World Congress

February 8, 2006

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CALABASAS, Calif. -- Ixia (Nasdaq: XXIA - News), a leading, global provider of IP performance test systems, announced its participation in the MPLS World Congress, which opens today in Paris, France, and which showcases results of a hot-staging event that took place at EANTC labs in Berlin in January. Ixia's IxNetwork test system was used to help validate the interoperability, resiliency, multicast scalability, and Quality of Service (QoS) of assured MPLS network services that support emerging Triple Play and business applications. IxNetwork's graphical user interface provides a quick and easy configuration capability of routing/bridging protocol emulations that meet the requirements of performance and functionality testing of high-speed, high-capacity routers, and switches.

"The MPLS World Congress provides a state-of-the-art networking environment to rigorously test and verify a wide range of important interoperability issues," said Dean Lee, Product Line Manager of IxNetwork for Ixia. "As networking devices become increasingly complex, so must the analysis equipment designed to assess their performance. Ixia's IxNetwork test system offers the required, powerful routing/bridging protocol emulations that are flexible, highly scalable, and easy to use."

"Ixia is has been an active participant of the MPLS World Congress events for a number of years," said Carsten Rossenhoevel, Managing Director Research & Manufacturer Testing EANTC AG, and MFA Interoperability Working Group chair. "IxNetwork's capability to emulate and analyze complex MPLS virtual private network (VPN) scenarios was a tremendous benefit during the test event. By troubleshooting advanced MPLS traffic engineering and routing tests, Ixia contributed to the success of the event."

Ixia (Nasdaq: XXIA)

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