Dynarc announces five new contracts

May 25, 2001
May 25, 2001--Dynarc, a provider of service-optimized optical IP rings, announced five new customer wins, and two more partners have selected them for the growing Swedish metro market.

Dynarc, a provider of service-optimized optical IP rings, announced five new customer wins, and two more partners have selected them for the growing Swedish metro market. Danderyd, Oskarshamn, Örnsköldsvik, Ånge and Tierp signed agreements recently with Dynarc to deploy optical IP rings in the metro areas and the Value Added Resellers (VARS) PNB Communications and Swedia Networks selected Dynarc as their strategic partner to target one of the world's leading optical IP markets.

The Scandinavian metro market is pioneering the deployment of large-scale optical access rings in the metro areas, both for corporate and residential use. Today, the market has achieved worldwide recognition and is approximately two years ahead of the other European countries.

To make efficient use of these fiber ring installations and allow for large-scale broadband service delivery, the Scandinavian market has shifted its technology base from legacy technologies like ATM and SONET/SDH to next generation optical IP network technologies.

Dynarc's position has been achieved due to the flexible and scaleable optical IP ring technology that supports advanced IP applications, while drastically reducing overall cost of operations.

In addition to new customer wins, Dynarc also announced new partnerships for the growing metro market. Dynarc's agreement with PNB Communication, allows the system integrator and value added reseller to sell and market a municipality concept based on Dynarc's auto-provisioning routers. Furthermore, the system integrator Swedia Networks, a subsidiary of Telia, has chosen to design its "City net"-concept around Dynarc's new product portfolio. The design enables metro carriers to operate provider independent networks, allowing the end-user to freely select his preferred service provider without technology or legal constraints. Swedia Network's first customer based on this concept is Tierp north of Uppsala.

Dynarc's optical IP ring technology allows for seamless integration of several metro networks, enable cross-country communications for the customers. One example is RegNet/Norrsken, an alliance of metro carriers in the North of Sweden. The alliance has signed a frame agreement to use Dynarc's equipment in their network rollouts.

For the past year, Dynarc has become a provider of IP infrastructure solutions for the Swedish metro market. At the annual Swedish Metro Carrier Alliance meeting, over 300 delegates witnessed how optical IP ring networks can be used to improve the Swedish medical service. A live surgery was conducted at a hospital in Stockholm and presented using a medical high-performance streaming application to the conference center located 300 km from the surgical operation. The delegates had close interaction with the surgeon using a video conference session parallel to the multi-casted picture from the surgery.

According to a survey from the Swedish Metro Carrier Alliance (SSNF), 50 percent of the Swedish metro carriers plan for further deployment of their existing infrastructure within two years.

About Dynarc:

Dynarc, a provider of Service-Optimized Optical IP Rings, is leveraging the optical layer to provide advanced IP services-on-demand. Dynarc's next-generation solutions address the needs and requirements of Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) and optical access networks. For more information, visit www.dynarc.com.

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