Transmode : Transmode recruits Ingrid Nordmark as new Vice President Research and Development

Transmode : Transmode recruits Ingrid Nordmark as new Vice President Research
                               and Development

Stockholm, Sweden - 7^th February 2013 - Transmode, a global supplier of
packet optical networking solutions, today announced that it has recruited
Ingrid Nordmark to be its new Vice President Research and Development. Ingrid
will be part of the company's management team and report to CEO Karl Thedéen
after she takes up her position on the first of April.

Ingrid Nordmark joins Transmode from Ericsson, where for the last six years
she has primarily been responsible for the development of Ericsson's LTE
portfolio, the fourth generation of mobile systems. As part of that mission,
she established and built up the entire global product organization for the
development and maintenance of LTE products. Ingrid has a Master's degree in
Science from the Institute of Technology at Linköping University and has over
20 years of experience from R&D in Telecom and IT from companies including
Ericsson, Celsius Tech and Teleplan. At Ericsson since 1995, she has built up
a solid knowledge of mobile systems through management positions in product
development of GSM, WCDMA and recently as head of LTE development.

"We are delighted that Ingrid has chosen to join us at Transmode. Transmode
has grown rapidly in recent years and our product portfolio has evolved as we
have come to deliver increasingly advanced networking solutions to our
customers. Ingrid brings a solid understanding of software development and
systems design in telecom which is important to our continued development
within R & D. I am also convinced that she has much to contribute to the
general management of the company and the implementation of our long-term
strategy focused on further geographic expansion, innovative products and
efficient operations", said Karl Thedéen, CEO of Transmode.

Ingrid Nordmark succeeds Mohamad Ferej who has left Transmode, as announced in
a previous press release.

A photo of Ingrid Nordmark can be downloaded here:
Transmode_Ingrid_Nordmark_baraBild.jpg
Photographer: baraBild

For more information please contact:

Ola Elmeland
Vice President Marketing & Communications
Transmode Systems AB
Telephone: +46 8 506 882 71
Email: ola.elmeland@transmode.com

About Transmode
Transmode is a global provider of packet-optical networking solutions that
enable fixed line and mobile network operators to cost effectively address the
capacity needs created by the rapid growth in video and data traffic. These
solutions are important building blocks in next-generation high-speed optical
networks that support services such as broadband backhaul, mobile data
backhaul, video delivery services and cloud computing. Transmode's solutions
are based on Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) and packet optical
transport technologies, which are designed to increase the capacity,
flexibility and functionality of optical metro core and metro access networks.
Transmode's Intelligent WDM (iWDM(TM)) approach gives key advantages to
customers, such as ultra-low latency, low power consumption and innovative
network design.

Transmode is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and is listed on the NASDAQ
OMX Stockholm Exchange (TRMO). Since 2000 the company has installed more than
30,000 systems for over 400 fixed and mobile network operators, service
providers, large enterprises and public institutions in over 40 countries
across the globe.

For additional information about Transmode, please visit www.transmode.com

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