Instantstream -- Mayor Bloomberg We Have Your Solution: Streamphone in the Streets & Subways of New York City

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Streamphone Mobile Video Cell Phone in the streets and subways of New York City with out using cell phone minutes.

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Instantstream would provide a wide range of communication services from mobile video call services, live video content, conferencing meeting to security monitoring services

Instantstream, Inc. (http://www.instantstream.com) this week held a public demonstration in New York City of the new Streamphone 2.0, displaying live video call/conferencing from a moving vehicle (New York City Yellow Cab Taxi) with 12 video mobile conference participants.

Michael Daly (CEO of Instantstream, Inc.) said “Streamphone is here today, in use by corporations, individuals, and ready for corporate and Homeland Security use…the Streamphone service is seeking investors and partners as we develop and phase in to service over the next few months. Streamphone offers audio, video and multimedia services over the Verizon EVDO, T-Mobile Hotspots, Intel Wimax and Motorola Canopy networks. The Streamphone Service is compatible with any broadband, wireless high speed network and offers wireless pocket pc to pocket pc and desktop video calls. Today Streamphone was demonstrated on HP iPAQ 4705 T-Mobile Hotspots, Samsung i730 (Verizon EVDO), Samsung M800, and Dell X51v (Sprint wireless high-speed data (EV-DO) network. Instantstream’s Streamphone service works over most networks for less than 2 cents per minute without using your cell phone minutes Streamphone is working today and Instantstream has clients in the US, China, Africa, Korea and Europe. The early users of this next generation Streamphone video phone are US and foreign corporations. In the future we expected four user segments for Streamphone—residential/youth, small to medium enterprises, corporate, and emergency services works-- and while the corporate segment is usually the drivers of new services there were signs that the consumers segments could be the major drivers of the mobile video market."

Next week Instantstream plans to demonstrate (after receiving city consent) in the New York City subways system, but Daly states “we can do it today but I hear it’s going to take about 10 years for that to happen for non streamphone users”… “Our intent is to place a Streamphone Pocket pc in hands of every New York City Police Officer so to provide live mobile video surveillance and remote instant response to emergency events here in New York City and around the world.”

Daly said “Instantstream would provide a wide range of communication services from mobile video call services, live video content, conferencing meeting to security monitoring services”… “Our other partners and potential partners are already developing business models around the core technologies and the future look very bright.”

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About Instantstream

Instantstream, Inc. offers its clients a universal communications service that is accessible from any computer, any web browser, any pocket pc, smartphone devices, from any location. Using the company's primary product, Streamphone, users can hold individuals conversations, proactive team meetings, sales demonstrations and Regulation "FD" Fair Disclosure, Corporate Earnings and Remote Board Meetings, using audio, video and synchronized PowerPoint slides. Our product differs from similar stream technology as it is powered by our Interactive Multimedia Local Exchange Carrier (IMLEC-TM).

Instantstream Multimedia Communications, Inc. was formed in 2004. The company offers its clients a universal web communications service that is accessible from any computer, any web browser and any communication device, from any location in the world. Using the company's primary product, Streamphone, users can hold individuals conversations, proactive team meetings, sales demonstrations and Regulation "FD" Fair Disclosure, Corporate Earnings and Remote Board Meetings, using audio, video and synchronized PowerPoint slides.

The product differs from similar stream technology in that it is powered by the company's trademarked Interactive Multimedia Local Exchange Carrier (IMLEC-TM). This technology allows Streamphone to be delivered to any computing hardware and any cell phone or PDA in the world without an investment in additional hardware. The technology thereby "enables carrier-class services that integrate enterprise class business applications, voice, video and data to offer true interactivity and Web communications across multiple geographies and platforms."

About Michael J. Daly

CEO of Instantstream.com, he started his career working for projects under Venrock group and has worked as a venture capitalist, entrepreneur and “C” level officer (CEO, COO, CFO, CTO) with both public and private corporate leadership roles and has 26 years of experience in high growth business development, capital formation and venture strategic planning. For about 15 years Mr. Daly has worked in the VOIP, Streaming Media, and Wireless Telecommunication—for the financial services, entertainment and high technology industries.

Michael Daly has held CEO positions at Manrabbit housemultimedia.com http://www.manrabbithouse.com , CinemaStream and Executant Venture Capital Group. Additionally, Mr. Daly has held the COO, CFO and CTO positions at Mediaondemand.com http://www.mediaondemand.com/main.html , Milton H. Greene Studios, Inc http://www.archivesmhg.com , (others: US Interactive http://www.usinteractive.com , Digital, Compaq, Pioneer Entertainment http://www.pioneerelectronics.com , OAOT http://www.oaot.com ) and was an Adjunct Professor Venture Capital-Entrepreneurship - New Venture Creation at NY State University at Stony Brook, M.S. MBA for 18 years.

Detailed information on Instantstream, is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.instantstream.com.

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