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Suttle Announces New FutureLink(TM) Brand

FutureLink(TM) Is the Next Generation in Connectivity Solutions

MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/13 -- Suttle, a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JCS), introduces FutureLink™, an umbrella brand encompassing next generation fiber and copper connectivity solutions. From the central office all the way into the premise, FutureLink™ brings flexibility, reliability and higher speeds to networks, while lowering total cost of ownership.

"Successful service delivery requires reducing installation time and recurring costs, while future-proofing the network for diverse, bandwidth-hungry applications and services," explained George Wakileh, Suttle Global Vice President of Technology and Business Development.

Suttle's FutureLink™ products combine performance capabilities and simple tool-less installation. Cables can be connected quickly without the use of tools via seamless snap-in connection points. This user-friendly installation reduces install time, while the secure connection greatly decreases future maintenance needs and reduces the number of overall truck rolls.

FutureLink™ products have the ability to accommodate a variety of needs and meet today's demands for faster networking speeds. Products acclimate to different topologies to protect fiber or copper networks from various environmental factors indoors or outdoors. In addition to their locational flexibility, FutureLink™ products can be stacked and expanded for "grow-as-you-go" connectivity. Improved crosstalk capabilities and snap-in connections result in seamless transmission for high-speed performance.

Suttle develops solutions through a collaborative partnership with customers to ensure needs are met. Suttle's Vice President and General Manager, Bruce Blackwood, elaborated on the company's customer engagement model saying, "Suttle is a strategic innovator with the ability to tailor our offerings to fit the individual opportunities of our customers, while being proactive about future connectivity needs. This product customization allows for overall efficiency at a lower TCO, as well as future expansion capabilities."

More than a century ago, Suttle began transforming connectivity solutions for home networks. Over time, the company realigned its product portfolio to better fit changing technological times, while reimagining how it designs these solutions through customer partnerships. It is under this notion of "Connectivity Reimagined," that the FutureLink™ products have been crafted into a reality.

To experience Suttle Connectivity Reimagined and view this new line of Suttle products, visit our website at www.suttleonline.com. For a hands-on demonstration of FutureLink™ network connectivity solutions, visit our booths: FTTH Conference and Expo, Sept. 30-Oct. 3, booth #517; OSP Expo, Oct. 9-10, booth #1031.

About Suttle
Suttle specializes in the strategic innovation of connectivity solutions for communications service providers' networks. Suttle's solutions for triple play services meet network needs from the central office all the way into the premise. Product customization fulfills specific customer needs, by incorporating the best available technology, leveraging existing infrastructure and laying a foundation for future growth. The company's quality management systems are ISO 9001 and TL9000 certified. Founded in 1910, Suttle is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc.

Company Contact:
Lourdes Sanchez
Sr. Marketing Manager
Suttle
Telephone: 800-818-8531
E-mail: Email Contact

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