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Submitted Date: June 4, 2002
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Periodically Nishan Systems Inc.'s employees are involved in various IPS working groups and will submit technical information that is adopted as a standard by the IETF. Nishan Systems' submissions will conform to RFC 2026. This is to advise the IETF that Nishan Systems, Inc. has U.S. Patent Number 6,400,730, with the issue date of June 4, 2002, that may relate to the FCIP and iFCP protocols being discussed as a part of the IETF standards process. If such protocols become IETF standard(s) ("the IETF standard(s)"), and to the extent the above referenced patent is necessary for implementation of the IETF standard(s), Nishan Systems will provide, to implementers of the IETF standard(s), a non-exclusive license on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms, provided a similarly situated reciprocal license is granted to Nishan Systems and other parties by the licensed party for any protocol technologies necessary for the implementation of the IETF standard(s). Any questions or issues regarding this communication should be directed to: Office of General Counsel Nishan Systems, Inc. 3850 North First Street San Jose, CA 95134