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Ixia Joins Broadband Wireless Consortium of India to Ensure High-Performing User Experience and Support Emerging Standards

Ixia (Nasdaq: XXIA) today announced its membership in the Broadband Wireless Consortium of India to further lead the development of broadband wireless access performance, standardization and deployment. BWCI is a national forum that addresses many aspects of broadband wireless access by bringing together major stakeholders in the Indian telecom industry.

As a global technology innovator, Ixia will collaborate with the BWCI to provide leadership in the deployment of high-performing, stable and secure broadband wireless infrastructures. Ixia solutions validate and improve the performance of converged, wireless and wireline networks. Throughout the world Ixia enables carriers to optimize 3G and 4G/LTE infrastructures, enterprises to battle-test network and data center resiliency, governments to harden security and train cyber warriors, and equipment manufacturers to accelerate the creation of next-generation devices.

“BWCI provides a platform to bring organizations together which are critical to the building of a high-performing broadband wireless ecosystem in India,” said Professor Bhaskar Ramamurthi, chairman of BWCI and Honorary Director of CEWiT. “Ixia’s membership in BWCI brings a new dimension in exploring emerging wireless technologies and addressing their challenges.”

About Ixia

Ixia provides the industry’s most comprehensive converged IP network validation and network visibility solutions. Equipment manufacturers, service providers, enterprises and government agencies use Ixia solutions to design, verify and monitor a broad range of wired, Wi-Fi and 3G/LTE equipment and networks. Ixia test solutions emulate realistic media-rich traffic and network conditions so that customers can optimize and validate the design, performance and security of their pre-deployment networks. Ixia intelligent network visibility solutions provide clarity into physical and virtual production networks for improved performance, security, resiliency and application delivery of cloud, data center and service provider networks. For more information, visit www.ixiacom.com.

About BWCI

Broadband Wireless Consortium of India (BWCI) is a national forum for addressing various aspects of the Broadband Wireless Technologies and equip the Indian industry to reap the benefits of the latest technologies. BWCI was set up in 2007 with a vision to drive 3G/4G to do for Broadband Wireless Access what 2G did for Telephony. Major telecom stakeholders in India are members of the Consortium. For more information, visit www.bwci.org.in.

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