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ADC Features FTTX, Wireless and Automated Connectivity Solutions at GLOBALCOMM 2006 and OSP Expo

6/6/06 - ADC (NASDAQ:ADCT) announced that it will showcase its portfolio of network infrastructure equipment and services designed for wireline, wireless and enterprise networks at GLOBALCOMM 2006 (Booth #27061) and OSP Expo (Booth #63008) in Chicago, June 5-7. The products and services featured in ADC's exhibit space include a full suite of fiber-to-the-x (FTTX) solutions for the central office (CO) and outside plant, wireless coverage and capacity solutions, automated connectivity solutions for service providers and enterprises, as well as professional services.

ADC's OmniReach(TM) FTTX Infrastructure Solutions are the industry's first platforms designed from the ground up to meet the unique requirements of FTTX networks. By building high-speed networks with OmniReach fiber distribution terminals and frames, service providers accelerate deployment and maximize operational efficiency from the CO to the outside plant.

At OSP Expo, ADC will introduce the OmniReach Fiber Distribution Hub (FDH) 3000, a new fiber-to-the-p (FTTP) solution enabling flexible optical fiber cabling deployment to a subscriber's residence, enterprise or other location. The OmniReach FDH 3000 is the industry's first infrastructure cabling cabinet designed to meet the unique requirements of independent carriers, utilities and municipalities.

In addition to the OmniReach FDH 3000, ADC also will introduce its new OmniReach Automated Copper Cross-Connect (ACX) System. The ACX system provides a flexible, scalable platform that allows carriers to remotely move, add and change services for customers. By reducing the need for on-site support, the ACX system helps carriers lower operational costs and allows quick and easy implementation of service changes.

Currently, making changes to a customer's network infrastructure, such as increasing bandwidth, can be expensive and time-consuming for carriers. The ACX system provides a minimum-touch network that limits the need to dispatch technicians to remote locations and reduces time-to-market for new services. The end benefit for carriers is quicker customer service at a lower cost.

Applications supported by the ACX include provisioning of service change requirements, xDSL deployment, switching between redundant equipment and collocation. The ACX system can be deployed in a copper or a copper/fiber-based cabinet, allowing ADC to work with each customer to identify specific needs.

At GLOBALCOMM 2006, ADC will feature its new ADX Active Digital Cross-Connect System, an innovative solution for connecting wireless networks and exchanges. Part of the company's new line of automated connectivity solutions, the ADX system combines a synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) multiplexer and a digital distribution frame into a compact package. The design yields a key benefit: due to the very high density of interconnections, the ADX requires about 50 percent to 80 percent less space than traditional cross-connect links.

Wireless Innovations Enhance Capacity and Coverage

On the wireless front, ADC will showcase the new Digivance® WFX Wi-Fi WLAN Array and Digivance WMX WiMAX solutions. The Digivance WFX solution combines a wireless LAN switch and up to 16 integrated access points to deliver 864 Mbps of Wi-Fi bandwidth over a large area. This innovative approach simplifies the deployment and management of Wi-Fi networks while maximizing the amount of Wi-Fi bandwidth and coverage available to users at lower cost. The Digivance WMX 5000, which accommodates up to 12 wireless sectors in five units of rack space, is the highest density base station currently available. Its modular design can be used in a large number of WiMAX deployment options while meeting stringent operator implementation requirements.

These products are included in ADC's complete portfolio of wireless solutions including Digivance digital Distributed Antenna System (DAS) solutions that provide a range of products designed specifically to address the challenges associated with distributing and enhancing capacity and coverage in wireless networks. The portfolio also includes a complete line of ClearGain® Tower-Mounted Amplifiers (TMAs) that increase receiver performance by boosting the uplink (RX) signal of a mobile system, improving quality of service for mobile subscribers.

ADC provides the connections for wireline, wireless, cable, broadcast, and enterprise networks around the world. ADC's innovative network infrastructure equipment and professional services enable high-speed Internet, data, video, and voice services to residential, business and mobile subscribers. ADC (NASDAQ: ADCT - News ) has sales into more than 140 countries.

By Robert Hoskins

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