GTE licenses software to manage multi-service network in Malaysia

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BOTHELL, Wash. -- GTE today announced it has licensed its WorldWin communications software to

Binariang Management Services Sdn Bhd for use in Malaysian wireless, wireline, international

gateway and cable television networks. In these applications, WorldWin will manage network and

customer-service functions supporting a full-range of state-of the-art telecommunications services.

Authorized by the Malaysian Government to develop of a full range of 21st century communications

services in Malaysia, Binariang is building a fully integrated infrastructure that will incorporate the

nation's first satellite system (MEASAT), a fixed wireline network based on a hybrid architecture, an

international gateway and a fully digital mobile communications network. This infrastructure will be

the backbone of Binariang's multimedia service to be offered under the service name, Maxis, designed

to meet the communications, entertainment and information needs of business and residential

customers throughout Malaysia.

WorldWin Meets Binariang's Service-Management Needs

"GTE's WorldWin was selected because it is an integration-rich solution that meets Binariang's core

service-management needs," said Paul Freeman, general manager of information systems for

Binariang. "Moreover, WorldWin handles our multiple lines of business, and integrates with our

existing service and business management systems. WorldWin expands our capabilities, lowers our

cost structure and improves our time to market."

Binariang's GSM and wireline networks are already deployed, and the company will be using

WorldWin to launch its cable network this year.

"Binariang is taking a global lead as a full service provider," said Jack Smith, vice president and

general manager of GTE's Network Management Organization (NMO). "We are pleased to have been

selected as a key partner in their business operations."

WorldWin is an integrated family of software products that enables communication providers to offer

new services while protecting investments in existing technology.

About GTE NMO and GTE

WorldWin is offered by GTE's Network Management Organization (NMO), a Bothell, Wash.-based

organization that has been developing and implementing network management solutions for over 15


With revenues of $20 billion in 1995, GTE is one of the largest publicly owned telecommunications

companies in the world. GTE is also the largest U.S.-based local telephone company and a leading

cellular-service provider -- with wireline and wireless operations that form a market area covering

about one third of the country's population.

Outside the United States, where GTE has operated for more than 40 years, the company serves over

6 million customers with operations in Canada, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Argentina. In

addition, it is working with partners to develop opportunities in Mexico, Brazil and China. GTE also

is a worldwide leader in government and defense communications systems and equipment,

aircraft-passenger telecommunications, directories and telecommunications-based information services

and systems.

For more information on WorldWin and other products from GTE NMO via the Internet, email

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