WiredLess™ Takes BitSpray™ On The Road

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We still plan to become a DS2 Access Licensee--that is a monumental opportunity--but as a result of the meetings in Spain there will be added opportunities for both companies to benefit from our combined technologies.

The WiredLess™ team was on the road for most of July. It all started by flying to Valencia, Spain, to meet with DS2, the world's leading broadband over powerline (BPL) chipset manufacturer. Most of the first day was spent with DS2's senior engineers and marketing people, a necessary preparation for exploring ways to integrate BitSpray™ into DS2 technology. After lunch Jorge Blasco, DS2's CEO and the principal architect of their technology, took the WiredLess management team on a tour of their facility. Both companies feel the meetings dramatically expanded the relationship that WiredLess has with DS2. After returning to the US, WiredLess sent DS2 a Memorandum of Understanding memorializing their discussions. Bert Massy, WiredLess' COO was asked to comment on the importance of this meeting, "We still plan to become a DS2 Access Licensee--that is a monumental opportunity--but as a result of the meetings in Spain there will be added opportunities for both companies to benefit from our combined technologies. "

Next the WiredLess team flew to Madrid where they met with DESE Corp. DESE manufactures advanced BPL electronic components which employ DS2 chipsets for broadband over powerline communications. As soon as WiredLess demonstrated the importance of BitSpray™, DESE's senior managers became very excited and offered to help implement BitSpray-enabled BPL components. WiredLess sent DESE an MOU today outline their concepts regarding an expanded business relationship with DESE. Walt Runkis summed up the importance of the meeting with DESE by saying, "Broadband over powerline (BPL), smart grid, and grid security are not three separate projects as some believe. That is misinformation generated by companies that were unable to use BPL to reliably transmit data over powerlines. Unlike these companies, WiredLess and DESE have both proven their mastery of BPL technology. Now by adding BitSpray™ technology to BPL applications, it means all forms of data, including smart grid and grid security data, can be securely and accurately transmitted at extremely high speeds over powerlines."

The week after returning from Spain WiredLess flew to Washington, DC, where they had several important meetings, including one at the Pentagon with Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy. WiredLess extended a Special thanks to Mississippi Senator John Horhn for arranging this meeting. Senator Horhn met with Secretary Mabus while Bert Massey, Don Martin, Dennis Morgan, and Walt Runkis met with the Secretary's senior Information Technology people. Both meetings went very well. On July 29th the WiredLess Team flew back to DC to meet with senior technology project managers at DARPA. On August 6th they were back in the Pentagon for a follow-up meeting with the Navy.

When asked what this flurry of activity means, Walt Runkis, WiredLess' CEO, would only say, "BitSpray™ marks an important milestone in the evolution of network communications technology. It solves a number of thorny problems that have plagued the industry for decades--and, I am sorry, but that is really all I can tell you now."

About WiredLess Networks, Inc.: WiredLess Networks, Inc. has developed a proprietary suite of network deployment, security, and bandwidth acceleration products that provide ultra-secure storage and accelerated delivery of information and content over digital networks. For additional information goto: http://www.wiredless.net.

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