By Press Release

WFN Strategies has recently announced the contract

award by Angola Telecom for the provision of supervision support of the ADONES submarine cable system.

ADONES consists of 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic

submarine cable, providing a backbone network for mobile traffic as well as broadband services covering the majority of Angola's population. ADONES will

complement the current satellite backbone network and make reliable telecommunications services available to about 70 percent of Angolans, most of whom live in

cities, such as the capital Luanda, that are close to the sea. Ericsson has been previously awarded the system provision, consisting of the installation of a

tailor-made, steel-wire-armored fiber-optic cable along Angola's entire coastline.

WFN is currently supporting Angola Telecom with test plan review, factory

acceptance testing, review of survey reports and initial monitoring of marine installation activities of the system.

Since 2001, WFN Strategies

(www.wfnstrategies.com) has provided business and engineering solutions for remote and unique communications requirements. The company supports RFP efforts for

telecoms services and their physical deployment, and develops the standards for system design, construction, and maintenance. WFN Strategies actively accomplishes

projects involving submarine and terrestrial optical cable, microwave/WiMAX, mobile, and satellite and RF technologies for customers in telecoms, oil & gas and

defense industries. The company publishes Submarine Telecoms Forum (www.subtelforum.com), the industry's first electronic and dedicated magazine, and the platform

for discourse on submarine telecom cable and network operations.