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Radisys and Octasic Partner to Deliver 3G and LTE Small Cell Solutions

Octasic's New OCTBTS Platforms Integrate Radisys' Femtotality and TOTALeNodeB Small Cell Software

BARCELONA, SPAIN -- (Marketwired) -- 02/26/14 -- Mobile World Congress -- Radisys Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a market leader enabling wireless infrastructure solutions, and Octasic, Inc., a leading provider of devices and technology platforms for wireless base stations and media processing, today announced the integration of Radisys' Trillium® small cell software with its new OCTBTS platforms, including the OCTBTS 3000 -- the smallest full-mobility base station in the world. Octasic's platforms leverage Radisys' Femtotality 3G small cell software today, with plans to integrate its LTE TOTALeNodeB™ small cell software.

"The combination of our OCTBTS platforms and Radysis' Trillium software makes for a powerful 3G small cell, which clients are increasingly turning to for a variety of applications in public and private networks," commented Michel Laurence, president, Octasic. "We are rapidly adding new clients to our OCTBTS user base, and the stability and performance of the Radisys software has boosted the confidence of our clients and helped motivate uptake of the platform."

Radisys' Trillium® TOTALeNodeB software is a turn-key, deployment proven small cell solution that dramatically simplifies the development and integration of LTE small cells while cutting the typical product development time in half. It enables customers to leverage one software solution that can support all small cell deployments across the network, from residential cells that support up to eight users to Pico cells that support 100+ users. This scalability enables rapid deployment.

Octasic's OCTBTS family of base station platforms are ready-to-deploy Software Defined Radio (SDR) systems powered by the OCT2224W small cell system-on-a-chip (SoC). The OCTBTS platforms incorporate Octasic's flexiPHY layer 1 HSPA and LTE software, which is integrated with Radisys' layer 2, layer 3 and radio resource management components. The latest OCTBTS 3000 is suitable for building robust UMTS NodeB and LTE eNodeB solutions. Its small form factor, low power consumption and long range capability make it ideal for extended-coverage small cell solutions.

"We're pleased to partner with Octasic to support the delivery of their OCTBTS platforms with our award-winning Trillium small cell software that has been deployed around the world," said Todd Mersch, general manager, Software and Solutions, Radisys. "Our proven 3G and LTE small cell solutions deliver optimized performance and capabilities to deliver extended coverage and capacity that today's overloaded networks require, while providing a path to multi-mode base stations."

Small Cell Solutions at Mobile World Congress
Radisys is showcasing its small cell solutions at Mobile World Congress in Hall 5, Stand 5I61, February 24-27 in Barcelona. To see the OCTBTS 3000 at Mobile World Congress, please visit Octasic in booth 7G05, Hall 7.

About Radisys
Radisys (NASDAQ: RSYS) is a market leader enabling wireless infrastructure solutions for telecom, aerospace and defense applications. Radisys' market-leading MRF (Media Resource Function) and T-Series Virtualized Platforms coupled with Trillium software, services and market expertise enable customers to bring their products to market faster with lower investment and risk. Radisys technology is used in a wide variety of 3G & 4G / LTE mobile network applications including: small cell Radio Access Networks (RAN), wireless core network applications, deep packet inspection (DPI) and policy management equipment; conferencing and media services including voice, video and data, as well as commercial offerings for network applications that support the aerospace and defense markets.

About Octasic
Octasic Inc. is a leading provider of SoCs, software, and integrated hardware/software platforms for the worldwide mobile wireless and media processing markets. Our hardware/software platforms are full-featured systems that allow developers to reduce costs, de-risk their projects, accelerate time to market, and focus engineering resources on their specific areas of expertise. The company's high-quality solutions are based on Opus, a power-efficient asynchronous DSP architecture. Founded in 1998, Octasic is a private company headquartered in Montreal, Canada, with R&D facilities in India and a worldwide sales support network. For more information, please visit www.octasic.com.

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