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Asia Netcom and China Netcom to Power the Beijing 2008 Games

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New EAC extension into Qingdao to significantly enhance capacity and performance levels of connectivity solutions into China to support the anticipated demand surge from the upcoming XXIX OlympiaAAAAAAA> BEIJING, June 8 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- China Netcom and its former subsidiary, Asia Netcom, today officially announced the launch of a new connectivity solution linking China and the rest of the world. The new solution consists of an extension of Asia Netcom's regional cable system, EAC, into China with a landing in the northern Chinese city of Qingdao. The EAC extension will land in a Cable Landing Station operated by China Netcom and connect seamlessly to China Netcom's national fiber infrastructure.

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The new Qingdao extension will dramatically improve the two companies' ability to offer connectivity and networking solutions between China and the rest of the world. At the same time, the Qingdao link complements EAC'AAAAisting entry point into China via its Hong Kong landing point and offers a second, independent landing point into the Chinese market, allowing the companies to offer full protection with route diversity for all services into the country.

"Through the Qingdao landing, China Netcom, together with Asia Netcom, will be able to offer dramatically improved performance levels of connections into China," said Zhao Zidong, Senior Vice President, China Netcom Group.

Through the new Qingdao route, China Netcom's national network will seamlessly connect to other parts of the world through EAC and other subsea cable systems. Qingdao's proximity to key northern Chinese cities will reduce the distance by more than half between major commercial centers, such as Shanghai and Beijing, and the key North Asian markets of Japan and Korea as well as the U.S. Network latency will be reduced by up to 40% compared to existing routes to those locations through EAC's Hong Kong landing point.

"The Internet has become increasingly a AAAAAAAAAA platform, and we expect the Beijing 2008 Games to serve as a major catalyst for content creation as hundreds of visitors to the event begin to share their memories and thoughts online," said Bill Barney, CEO, Asia Netcom. "The Qingdao extension will serve as a key facilitator for the distribution of that content to the rest of the world and help make China Netcom's vision of a 'Broadband Olympics' a reality."

The new EAC-Qingdao landing station further enhances China Netcom's global routes, while improving network security and reducing latency. EAC-Qingdao link will initially feature 80Gbps of capacity, and is upgradeable incrementally to 2.56Tbps.

About China Netcom

China Netcom is a leading broadband communications and fixed-line telecommunications operator in China. Its service regions consist of Beijing Municipality, Tianjin Municipality, Hebei Province, Henan Province, Shandong Province, Liaoning Province, Heilongjiang Province, Jilin Province, Neimenggu Autonomous Region and Shanxi Province. In these service regions, the company is a dominant provider of fixed-line telephone services, broadband and other Internet-related services, as well as business and data communications services. For more information, please visit: http:// www.china-netcom.com .

About Asia Netcom

Winner of the TelecomAsia Award 2007 for "Best Wholesale Carrier" award in 2007, Asia Netcom operates an extensive telecommunications network infrastructure in the Asia Pacific region, including a privately-owned subsea cable system, EAC, as well aAAAAtensive terrestrial backhauls and telehouses in all key Asian markets. Leveraging these strategic assets, Asia Netcom provides a comprehensive portfolio of city-to-city connectivity, data communications and IP-based solutions and services to enterprise, ISP and carrier customers in the Asia Pacific region. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong with local offices in all major Asian markets, the US and Europe. For more information, please visit: http://www.asianetcom.com .

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Contact:

Lorain Wong

Asia Netcom

Tel: +852-2121-2973

Email: lorain.wong@asianetcom.com

Yanqin Zhou

China Netcom

Tel: +86-10-6625-9876

Email: zhouyq@china-netcom.com

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