Aperto Networks CEO to Keynote at Wireless Broadband Forum  

Cambridge, United Kingdom, (November 15, 2005) – Aperto Networks, a leading WiMAX systems provider, today announced the company’s chairman and CEO, Reza Ahy, will be speaking on “WiMAX: The Future of Wireless Broadband,” in a keynote speech at the Fourth Annual Wireless Broadband Forum this week at Hinxton Hall Conference Centre in Cambridge, England. Ahy will address the technology and business challenges in implementing WiMAX wireless broadband networks for fixed, portable and mobile services.  

Aperto Networks’ award-winning wireless broadband solutions have been deployed by over 200 service providers in over 65 countries, delivering a wide range of voice, data, and video applications, including wireless VPNs and VLANs, disaster recovery hot-spots, cellular and nomadic wireless backhaul, as well as VoIP and streaming media.  

WHO: Reza Ahy, Chairman and CEO, Aperto Networks
TOPIC: WiMAX - The Future of Wireless Broadband
WHAT: Fourth Annual Wireless Broadband Forum
WHEN: November 16, 2005, 9:15 AM GMT
WHERE: Cambridge, UK  

About Aperto Networks

Aperto Networks is a leader in WiMAX systems selling to the global markets. Aperto is a founding board member of the WiMAX Forum as well as a founder and lead contributor to IEEE 802.16a/d and the ETSI-BRAN standards. Its PacketMAX and PacketWave® systems consist of a family of base stations, subscriber units, radios and antennas in 2.5, 3.5 and 5 GHz frequencies for point-to-multipoint and point-to-point deployment. The scalability and patented technologies in these systems support new wireless builds and complement wireline broadband access networks. Aperto is deployed in over 65 countries, meeting service provider needs for installation ease, IP-rich network functionality, cost effectiveness, rapid provisioning and interference resilience. For more information on Aperto Networks, go to www.apertonet.com.