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Cambridge Broadband is now Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited


Cambridge, UK, 12 April 2007: Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited is the new name for Cambridge Broadband Limited, the provider of wireless multipoint carrier class transmission equipment. The name change is accompanied with a new corporate logo.

Bjorn Krylander, Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Broadband Networks, comments: 'This name change is simply a formality to reflect our status as an equipment developer and more clearly differentiate us from ISPs.'

The legal name change formalities have been completed and the new company name is now effective.

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About Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited www.cambridgebroadband.com
Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited provides telecommunications operators with carrier-class wireless point-to-multipoint transmission equipment. The company's unique approach to backhaul means that its technology provides operators with a highly compelling business case. To date, Cambridge Broadband Networks' products have been commercially deployed and technically proven in more than 30 countries, and the company continues to expand into new geographical markets as wireless networks become more widespread throughout the world. Privately-held, Cambridge Broadband Networks has headquarters in Cambridge, UK, with offices in Malaysia, South Africa and India, and manufacturing facilities in China and the UK. The company is rapidly growing and currently has approximately 100 employees, primarily in development.


About VectaStar
VectaStar is a highly flexible, scalable point-to-multipoint radio transmission system that can be used for 2G and 3G cellular backhaul, WiMAX/WiFi/DSLAM backhaul and Enterprise access. VectaStar is the only transmission solution with integrated Abis and Iub optimisation and dynamic statistical multiplexing to maximise the traffic that can be carried in any given bandwidth. This provides operators with the most efficient use of their radio spectrum and gives substantial operational and capital expenditure savings compared to leased line solutions. VectaStar's additional advantages include its superior capacity, range, service mix, spectral efficiency and built-in support for full redundancy. VectaStar seamlessly supports E1/T1, IP and ATM transmission protocols, providing operators with a comprehensive range of service offerings within a future proof platform. A single VectaStar base station supports simultaneous operation in the licensed 3.5GHz, 10.5GHz and 26GHz (24.5-26.5GHz) spectrum bands.
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Cambridge Broadband Networks Ltd
+44 (0)1223 235399
nicky@invention-marketing.co.uk

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