Net Insight receives significant order from The Switch

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For a nationwide video contribution network across North America

LAS  VEGAS (NAB), United States - Net  Insight, a leading developer of efficient
and  scalable  transport  solutions  for  media,  IP and broadcast networks, has
received  a significant order from The  Switch(TM) for a nationwide Uncompressed
HD video network across North America.

Beers Enterprises Inc., owner and operator of The Switch, has chosen Net Insight
and its Nimbra platform for its 50-city network expansion.  The Switch currently
provides  advanced video switching services from its facilities in New York, Los
Angeles, Miami, and Washington DC as well as from its international locations of
London  and  Toronto.   The  company  has  embarked  on  a plan to expand to 44
additional  North American  cities in  the next  year.  Additionally, The Switch
will upgrade its network in its existing 6 locations.

The order value for the first phase exceeds SEK 10 million.

The investment in the new infrastructure will position The Switch as the largest
provider  of customer  controlled fiber  switching in  North America.  The first
phase  of the network expansion  will include dozens of  cities in North America
and London and is expected to come online in late summer of 2011.

ScheduALL's ScheduLINK will be utilized as the resource allocation management
and scheduling system.  With the combined capabilities of ScheduLINK and Net
Insight's Nimbra Vision, customers of The Switch will now be able to book any
media resources needed through ScheduLINK for transmission configuration, as
well as the scheduling and management of occasional use circuits and bandwidth.

In  addition to offering  service in 44 new  cities, The Switch  has invested in
upgrades to its customer controlled user interface. Customers of The Switch will
now  be able to switch on-demand or  schedule their transmissions in advance via
ScheduLINK.   Each city of  The Switch will  have the ability  to connect to all
fifty locations by utilizing Inter-City on Demand (ICOD), The Switch's long haul
fiber transmission service.

The  Switch will also offer advanced switching service capabilities in utilizing
a  new 8X video access module from Net  Insight, enabling customers to switch in
all  video formats including Uncompressed 3G, Uncompressed HD-SDI, Compressed HD
(JPEG2000) and 270 Mbps SDI.

"We  chose Net Insight  and its Nimbra  platform because of their functionality,
enabling  high quality transport of any video format. Net Insight's scalable and
efficient  transport solution will help us  to rapidly expand our network across
North America, " said Scott S. Beers, President and CEO of the Switch.

"I  regard this  as an  important win  for Net  Insight. Many  demanding service
providers in the US have selected the Nimbra platform for reliable, flexible and
high  quality media services,"  said Fredrik Trägårdh,  CEO at Net Insight. "The
Switch is a very proactive company that we are proud to do business with."

Net  Insight  AB  discloses  the  information  provided  herein  pursuant to the
Securities  Market  Act  and/or  the  Financial  Instruments  Trading  Act.  The
information was submitted for publication on April 13, 2011 at 08.30 CET.

For further information, please contact:
Fredrik          Trägårdh,          CEO          of         Net         Insight,
+46 8 685 04 00,

About Net Insight
Net Insight delivers the world's most efficient and scalable transport solution
for Broadcast and IP Media, Digital Terrestrial TV, Mobile TV and IPTV/CATV

Net Insight products truly deliver 100 percent Quality of Service with three
times improvement in utilization of bandwidth for a converged transport
infrastructure. Net Insights Nimbra(TM) platform is the industry solution for
video, voice and data, reducing operational costs by 50 percent and enhancing
competitiveness in delivery of existing and new media services.

World class customers run mission critical video services over Net Insight
products for more than 100 million people in more than 50 countries. Net Insight
is quoted on the NASDAQ OMX, Stockholm.
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About The Switch

Beers Enterprises, Inc. (BEI) is owner and operator of The Switch, the leading
video switching center in the New York metropolitan area. The Switch also
provides advanced video switching services from its facilities in Los Angeles,
Miami, Washington DC and from its international locations of London, England,
and Toronto, Canada.  The Switch was created in 1991 to provide cost-effective,
customer controlled television and audio signal routing services to the
broadcast industry. Our customers include domestic and international television
networks, common carriers, local broadcast stations, and producers and
distributors of sports, entertainment, news, financial and public service
television programming. The Switch has been embraced by the marketplace since
its inception and has grown to its current market leadership position.
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About ScheduALL
ScheduALL is the leading global provider of Enterprise Resource Management (ERM)
solutions for the broadcast, satellite/transmission, media, and entertainment
industries. As a market leader with a 20-year track record of success, ScheduALL
is clearly recognized as the partner of choice for operational management
solutions with over 1,200 installations in more than 39 countries. The modular
approach and scalable product sets provide a collaborative platform for users
across multiple environments. ScheduALL clients include all of the major U.S.
broadcast networks, BBC, FOX News Network, The Associated Press, Intelsat, SES
World Skies, Turner Studios, Mediaset, Technicolor, Deluxe, CBC, ABC Australia,
and RTL.
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