Net Insight Secures IPTV Network Expansion Order from Wisconsin Independent Network

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The recently introduced Nimbra 320 paired with Nimbra 680 allows WIN
       to provide robust IPTV Network to additional sites and territories

New  Orleans  (Telco  TV)  -  Net  Insight,  a leading provider of efficient and
scalable  transport  solutions  for  media,  IP  and  broadcast  networks, today
announced  that  the  Wisconsin  Independent  Network  (WIN)  and  Midwest Video
Solutions,  in which WIN has  ownership, has expanded its  IPTV network with Net
Insight's Nimbra platform.

WIN  offers state-of-the-art fiber optic network and data center services in the
states  of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois and beyond. The first phase of the WIN
implementation  used Net Insight Nimbra 680 switches to support its Ethernet and
IPTV  networks. WIN recently  ordered the Nimbra  320, Net Insight's new compact
solution  for  delivery  of  demanding  media  services to access locations. The
Nimbra  320 allows the WIN network to expand to additional sites and territories
while  insuring  100 percent  QoS  and  lossless  routing  for  its IPTV network
distribution.   Net  Insight's  efficient  multicast  capability  allows  highly
reliable video to share the same infrastructure as other premium services.

As  part  of  the  WIN  expansion,  Midwest  Video  Solutions  provides  digital
television  services to  communications providers.  These services  enable WIN's
members  to offer robust IPTV services  over their telecommunication networks to
their subscribers.

"The  initial  roll-out  of  our  network  with  the Nimbra platform resulted in
immediate  and overwhelmingly favorable  results, making the  decision to expand
with  Net  Insight  a  simple  choice,"  said  Scott  Hoffman  CEO  of Wisconsin
Independent  Network (WIN).   "With the expansion, we are now able to extend our
territories and guarantee premium, high-quality services to our customers."

In  phase one of  the WIN project,  Net Insight network  measurements proved the
existing  network infrastructure suffered  highly-disruptive percent packet loss
on  content delivery.  With the  Nimbra platform, this loss  was reduced to zero
and WIN's network tiling and artifact issues disappeared immediately.

"With  the  expansion  of  WIN's  IPTV  network  in  the  U.S.,  we  are further
demonstrating  the scalability of the Nimbra platform, as well as our dedication
to  supporting our  customers in  all phases  of their  network build-out," said
Fredrik  Trägårdh, CEO of Net Insight.  "Our unique and sophisticated technology
continues  to give  our customers  a competitive  edge in delivering the highest
quality services the consumers demand."

Net  Insight is showcasing  its solutions at  TelcoTV 2011, booth #816. To learn
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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.

More than 130 world class customers run mission critical video services over Net
Insight products in over 50 countries. Net Insight is quoted on the NASDAQ OMX,
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