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Extreme Networks and Light Reading Present Triple Play Service Roll Out Strategies for Carrier Ethernet Networks

Webinar Takes an In-Depth Look at Deployment of FTTH Triple Play Services Over Ethernet Infrastructure

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ – Extreme Networks(R), Inc. (NASDAQ:EXTR) , the leader in open converged networks, today announced that it will be participating in a webinar on Tuesday, March 21, 2006 with Light Reading to explore roll-out strategies for deploying triple play services over a carrier Ethernet network.

The cost economies of Ethernet, coupled with the tremendous investment carriers have already made in Ethernet infrastructure, make it the technology of choice for triple play service delivery. This webinar will explore recent developments in Carrier Ethernet as well as cover business, technology and equipment requirements.

“As carriers deploy triple play networks carrying voice, video, and data traffic for residential markets and converged data services and hosted VoIP for business subscribers, Ethernet has once again adapted itself to provide the scalability and performance required to transport real-time traffic with carrier-class reliability,” said Peter Lunk, senior product manager for service provider marketing. “Please join us as we explore the role of Ethernet in Fiber to the Home (FTTH) triple play service deployment.”

Webinar Details: Title: Using Metro Ethernet to Deliver FTTH Triple-Play Services When: Tuesday, March 21, 2006, 7AM PT / 10AM ET Where: To register, visit Who: Moderated by Stan Hubbard, senior analyst, Heavy Reading. Extreme Networks speaker: Peter Lunk, senior product manager for service provider marketing

For more on Extreme Networks’ Carrier Ethernet solutions, visit: .

Written on March 22, 2006