By Press Release

Matrix Networks Pte Ltd and PT NAP Info Lintas Nusa,

together with its supplier, Tyco Telecommunications, a business unit of Tyco Electronics and an industry pioneer in undersea communications technology and marine

services, today announced the start of construction of the main lay portion of the Matrix Cable System. With the completion of the Singapore shore-end lay

installation at the Tanah Merah location last week, as well as the shore-end lay portions at Batam and Jakarta, Indonesia, not too long ago, the system is quickly

approaching its scheduled completion in June 2008.

The subsea Matrix Cable System, over 1,000 km in length, will provide robust, high-bandwidth connectivity

to the currently underserved, growing Indonesian market. The design also facilitates a future connection to Perth, Australia, and discussions with potential landing

partner in Australia are under way.

“This region is long overdue for a substantial increase in bandwidth,” said Jim Schweigert, general manager of Matrix

Networks. “Construction of the main lay portion represents a significant step towards completing the link that will facilitate communication between Indonesia,

Singapore and the rest of the world. More importantly, we are keeping to our planned schedule to have the system up and running by second quarter of 2008, a

significant achievement for any major infrastructure project. We are confident this Tyco Telecommunications-built, state-of-the-art system will provide Indonesia

and the surrounding areas with the reliable, flexible communications capabilities its users demand.”

“The completed system will not only bring affordable

communication to residents, but will also boost our e-commerce business capabilities,” explained Patrick Adhiatmadja, senior vice president, PT NAP Info Lintas

Nusa. “By significantly increasing bandwidth while reducing costs, users will have speed and access at their fingertips like never before. It is a real win for all

of our existing and future customers.”

The system will be comprised of a four-fiber pair trunk between Singapore and Jakarta, with a branch to Batam in the

Riau Islands Province. The system's capacity is nearly 2.6 Terabits between Singapore and Jakarta. There are an additional 4 fiber pairs between Singapore and

Batam providing another 2.6 Terabits of capacity. The system's use of dense wavelength division multimplexing (DWDM) technology will support the transmittal of 64

10-Gigabit wavelengths on each fiber pair.