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Jaalam Changes Name to Apparent Networks to Reflect Proven Results of Its Technology.

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 6, 2003

AppareNet Network Intelligence Software Provides Complete Visibility

and Answers in Minutes to Even the Most Complex Enterprise Problems

Jaalam Technologies has changed its name to Apparent Networks, Inc., effective August 6, to better reflect the results achieved by its patent-pending and award-winning software for network performance monitoring.

Glenn Wong, CEO of Apparent Networks, said the name evolved from daily demonstrations that every network, no matter the size or complexity, could become readily apparent, thus easily understood and managed. Recent clients using the AppareNet software for a wide range of needs include FedEx, Cingular Wireless, DHL Worldwide, Bank of New York, the U.S. Department of Defense and statewide health care and educational institutions.

"Our revolutionary view of the network -- exactly as an application would experience it -- converts a cryptic and inaccessible network into a clear and truly accessible 'Apparent Network' in just seconds," said Wong. "The result encompasses more than complete visibility; it leads to the ability to immediately pinpoint and diagnose the cause of performance problems with clear, actionable data for control of even the most complex networks."

Now, with wide deployment of our AppareNet Network Intelligence Software, organizations are truly experiencing 100 percent visibility into their extraordinarily intricate networks for the first time, said Wong.

"They are achieving simultaneous improvements in network ROI, application performance and the end user's experience. As a result, we felt the time was right to change our name to reflect this," he said.

About Apparent Networks:

Apparent Networks Inc. (formerly Jaalam Technologies) develops and markets patent-pending network intelligence software that can analyze even the most complex global network infrastructures, identify the sources of problems within minutes and then perform continuous monitoring to ensure maximum performance over time. Its AppareNet software has helped companies, government agencies and educational institutions improve network performance and achieve rapid returns on their investments. Apparent Networks' customers include FedEx, DHL Systems, the United States Department of Defense, Bank of New York, Electronic Arts, Ceridian, Starbucks and CNT. The company has head offices in Seattle, WA and Vancouver, Canada. For more information, visit
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