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SUNRISE TELECOM LAUNCHES MULTI-PROTOCOL/MULTI-SERVICE MODULE.

Sunrise Telecom Incorporated (NASDAQ:SRTI), a provider of service verification equipment for telecommunications and cable TV networks, has launched a multi-protocol, multi-service test module for IP Telephony, Mobile, and other advanced voice-related services. The MSA (Multi-Service Analyzer) module blends advanced VoIP and Mobile protocol test applications with the convenience of portability and the cost-effectiveness of modular architecture. This module is a key addition to the growing STT (Scalable Test Toolkit) platform, a tool set designed for next-generation network maintenance.

The MSA's advanced analysis tools -- complete with capturing, filtering, tracing, and reporting tools -- simplify the process of isolating problems in complex signaling networks like VoIP and Mobile. Its CDR (Call Detail Record) tracks all essential information for each call including the protocol messages and extensive media and voice quality metrics. The MSA takes the CDR a step farther by correlating different protocols in each call's record. With this sophisticated feature, engineers can more easily track calls and troubleshoot issues as a call passes through the various gateways in the VoIP and Mobile systems. This advancement reflects Sunrise Telecom's commitment to developing features that simplify tasks and significantly decrease debugging and troubleshooting times.

Unlike most VoIP analyzers, the MSA also includes call generation capabilities, making it a complete tool for VoIP installation and debugging. Sophisticated call generation and script-based simulations test quality of service under a variety of conditions and scenarios. Applications range from basic installation tests to verify service in the field to more sophisticated lab exercises to test protocol conformance under rigorous conditions.

In addition to its applications for VoIP, the MSA also simplifies the deployment and maintenance of increasingly complex Mobile networks, including 2nd and 3rd generation networks and their new multi-media voice services. The MSA's advanced protocol analysis, call tracing, and monitoring tools give service providers greater visibility to the entire mobile network enabling them to more easily pinpoint service failures, ensure smooth handover of voice calls, and optimize network performance.

The STT platform is an all-in-one portable test solution for today's and tomorrow's networks. The platform offers unmatched flexibility with test modules for Mobile, SDH/SONET, VoIP, DWDM, Ethernet, and PDH/T-carrier applications. Its modular architecture ensures that its testing capabilities can evolve with the ever-changing communications network, protecting the user's investment for years to come. The STT is based on Microsoft Windows XP, allowing users to seamlessly integrate testing with other operations including trouble ticket management, test reporting, and database operations.

About Sunrise Telecom Incorporated

Sunrise Telecom manufactures and markets service verification equipment to pre-qualify, verify, and diagnose telecommunications, cable TV, and Internet networks. Sunrise Telecom's products offer broad functionality, leading-edge technology, and compact size to test the variety of new broadband services. These include wireline access, including DSL; fiber optics; cable TV; cable modem; and signaling networks. The products are designed to maximize technicians' effectiveness in the field and to provide realistic network simulations for equipment manufacturers to test their products. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in San Jose, California. Sunrise Telecom distributes its products through a network of sales representatives, distributors and a direct sales force throughout six continents.

Sunrise Telecom can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.sunrisetelecom.com/.

For more information, call 408/363-8000.
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