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Exalt Communications Receives USDA Rural Development Product Acceptance for Entire Licensed and License-Exempt Broadband Wireless Product Portfolio

3/7/09 - Exalt Communications, a leading provider of high performance licensed and license-exempt microwave radio systems for broadband wireless backhaul applications, announced that it has received USDA Rural Development product acceptance of its entire product line for use in telecommunications systems operated by Rural Utilities Service (RUS) loan program borrowers.

RUS acceptance is required for operators requesting federal funds from the USDA Rural Broadband Access Loan program for the purpose of purchasing and deploying broadband systems in rural communities.

"Our carrier-class products enable the rapid expansion of rural broadband infrastructure and pave the way for cost-effective migration to next-generation IP-centric networks," said Amir Zoufonoun , CEO of Exalt. "Now service providers and their rural customers can take advantage of RUS funding for Exalt technology to expand network geographic coverage, and increase network functionality and performance."

Exalt licensed and license-exempt microwave radio systems are widely deployed by government organizations, enterprises, and service providers of all types, including rural electric cooperatives , WISPs and ISPs that provide broadband access to rural communities. Applications include IP backhaul , fiber extension, video surveillance and infrastructure monitoring and control.

The USDA Rural Broadband Access Loan and Loan Guarantee Program provides loans and loan guarantees for the construction, improvement and acquisition of facilities and equipment for broadband service in eligible rural communities. These loans facilitate deployment of new and innovative technologies to provide two-way data transmission of 200 kbps or more, in communities with populations up to 20,000. The program goal is to ensure that rural consumers enjoy the same quality and range of telecommunications services that are available in urban and suburban communities.

By Robert Hoskins

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