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RoamAD Wireless Gets Taiwanese Tick Of Approval

RoamAD Wireless Networks Get Taiwanese Tick Of Approval


RoamAD’s multi-radio wireless nodes have received Taiwanese NCC Type Approval following successful commercial deployment in Taiwan


Auckland, NEW ZEALAND–December 18, 2008–RoamAD today announced the general availability of its converged wireless network solutions for the Taiwanese market following the grant of NCC Type Approval earlier this month.

RoamAD networks are now available in Taiwan through its partners aCure Technology and Taiwanese distributor T-COM Tech Co Ltd.

Earlier this year, T-COM completed the deployment of a multi-spectrum, infrastructure-mesh RoamAD network at a large power plant in Taiwan. The RoamAD network is used to backhaul voice traffic.

``Using RoamAD’s network solution, we were able to cost-effectively deploy a wireless network in a difficult radio frequency environment, yet still maintain quality of service and low latency across multiple hops for perfect voice quality,’’ said Oscar Huang, General Manager T-COM Tech Co Ltd.

Taiwan represents a significant market opportunity for RoamAD.

``RoamAD looks forward to bringing highly flexible, next-generation wireless networks to Taiwan’s nearly 23 million people,’’ said Martyn Levy, CEO, RoamAD.

``Taiwan will also serve as a beachhead into the Chinese market,’’ added Levy.

ENDS

About RoamAD

RoamAD supplies next-generation metro Wi-Fi, highway Wi-Fi and campus Wi-Fi networks as well public safety networks for CCTV and video surveillance. RoamAD networks are unmatched in flexibility, technical functionality and economics. RoamAD wireless nodes are WiMAX backhaul agnostic with upcoming support for 802.11n MIMO. RoamAD networks are remotely upgradeable and optimized to support mobile broadband data and mobile VoIP/VoWiFi. RoamAD is a trademark of RoamAD Holdings Limited. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holder(s). For more information see www.roamad.com or call +64-9-920-1010 or +1-650-488-4861.

www.roamad.com


About T-COM Tech Co Ltd

TCOMTECH is a system integrator and communication solutions provider. The company is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with regional offices in Taoyuan, Kaohsiung, and Mailau. TCOMTECH has been in the video surveillance field for nearly 25 years and has, to its credit, significant experience in implementing wired and wireless video surveillance solutions to various industry leaders in Taiwan such as Taipower, Formosa Plastics, China Steel and CPC Taiwan.

About aCure Technology Pty Ltd

aCure Technology is a telecommunications carrier and wireless internet service provider in Western Australia. aCure Technology is also a leading supplier of hardware and software for triple play wireless networks in conjunction with RoamAD. aCure deploys wireless networks in the CBD of Perth, Western Australia, over business districts, campus precincts and regional locations around Australia. For more information see www.acure.com.au.

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