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For Immediate Release

Contact: Ms. Susan Barich
Director of Client Services
Silicon Valley World Internet Center
650-462-9800
barich@worldinternetcenter.com

BIG-IP« FOR NOKIA APPLICATION SWITCHES STRUT THEIR STUFF AT THE
SILICON VALLEY WORLD INTERNET CENTER

PALO ALTO, CA, February 28, 2002 - Abhinav Bisarya, Product Marketing Manager, Nokia Internet Communications, describes how Nokia BIG-IPÔ iTCM solutions intelligently manage, control and optimize traffic flow between users and application services tonight at the Silicon Valley World Internet Center (http://www.worldinternetcenter.com) Pub from 5:00 to 7:00 in Palo Alto.

Mr. Abhinav will share how the Nokia BIG-IP appliances and Application Switches maximize return on investment for enterprise and managed service provider customers by enabling them to handle more traffic and achieve greater efficiencies with their existing infrastructure. You can learn more about Nokia BIG-IP solutions at http://www.nokia/com/securenetworksolutions/itcm/index/html.

"Nokia BIG-IP® iTCM solutions are the latest complement to Nokia's existing portfolio of Internet security appliances," said Abhinav Bisarya. "These innovative solutions work in conjunction with firewalls, web servers, server farms and other network devices to provide high availability and increased performance. In higher traffic implementations of firewall, intrusion detection and critical IP applications, the Nokia BIG-IP solution provides the ability to more effectively balance traffic to and from all Nokia security appliances and applications and maximize their availability."

The Pub is a weekly networking program of the Center, which focuses on the advancement of Internet-related eMarkets, technologies, people, and ideas through the collaborative exchange of knowledge. The Center is located in the heart of Silicon Valley and works to develop programs specific to the expanding Internet Economy. As a multi-corporate, third-party venue, the Center provides a physical and virtual forum for collaboration among technology leaders and key end-users. The Center, a for-profit, fee-for-service corporation, focuses primarily on the areas of eBusiness, eServices and wireless communication.


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