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Press release

29 January 2009

Cambridge Broadband Networks
appoints former Motorola executive as chairman

Ex-SVP of Global Devices at Motorola Teresa Vega to succeed John Cronin

Cambridge, UK, 29 January 2009 Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited announces today that Ms Teresa (Terry) Vega is to succeed Mr. John Cronin as Chairman of Cambridge Broadband Networks.

An internationally recognised business leader, Ms Vega brings a wealth of business management and leadership experience to Cambridge Broadband Networks.

Mr Cronin said:

Terry has an outstanding wireless and telecoms pedigree, with strong links to the wireless infrastructure segments that Cambridge Broadband Networks is working in, and her broad experience brings a new dimension to Cambridge Broadband Networks’ industry reach

Ms Vega most recently served as Senior Vice President, Global Devices at Motorola Inc. Prior to this, Vega served as Group President of Wireless, Cable and Emerging Markets of Telcordia Technologies and as Chief Operating Officer of Lucent’s wireless infrastructure business, managing the AMPS, CDMA and TDMA segments.

Ms Vega said:

It’s a very exciting time for wireless backhaul-focused companies. Under John Cronin’s stewardship, Cambridge Broadband Networks has grown to become the leading point-to-multipoint microwave backhaul company in the industry. I have been impressed by the performance of the company and I am looking forward to taking it into its next phase of growth.

Ms Vega’s predecessor, John Cronin, recently joined Arqiva as managing director of its Wireless Access division, which provides cellular, wireless broadband, voice and data solutions for the mobile communications, public safety, local government, and commercial markets. 18 – 19 November 2008.

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About Cambridge Broadband Networks

Cambridge Broadband Networks provides telecommunications operators with carrier-class wireless Point-to-Multipoint transmission equipment. The company’s unique approach to backhaul means that its technology provides operators with a highly compelling business case, reducing backhaul costs by up to 60%.

To date, Cambridge Broadband Networks products have been commercially deployed and technically proven in more than 30 countries, and the company continues to expand into new geographical markets as wireless networks become more widespread throughout the world. Privately-held, Cambridge Broadband Networks has headquarters in Cambridge, UK, with offices in Malaysia and South Africa and manufacturing facilities in China and the UK.