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Aeris.Net Recognized at CTIA Wireless 2006

April 18, 2006

The network services provider for wireless machine-to-machine communications was awarded the Wireless Emerging Technologies (E-tech) Award and Andy Seybold's Outlook 4Mobility 2006 Innovation Award.


SAN JOSE, Calif. - Aeris.net, a leading network services provider for wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) fixed and mobile communications services, was honored with two leading industry awards at CTIA Wireless 2006. Aeris.net was awarded the Wireless Emerging Technologies (E-tech) Award for its machine-to-machine (M2M) enterprise solution, AerFrame as well as Andy Seybold's Outlook 4Mobility 2006 Innovation Award, for surpassing 1 million M2M subscriber devices.

"These awards confirm Aeris's position as the leader in the M2M industry," said Dick Gossen, President and CEO. "We are honored to receive recognition and will continue to deliver high-quality M2M solutions for the enterprise."

The Wireless E-tech Awards program is designed to give industry recognition and exposure to the best wireless products and services in the areas of Consumer, Enterprise and Network technology.

Andrew Seybold developed the Outlook4Mobility Wireless Award, now in its eleventh year, to honor companies that demonstrate extraordinary leadership and innovation in the wireless industry.

AerFrame is a major telecommunications utility and the industry's first open-network management platform, delivering robust, on-demand connectivity for multi-layered network services. AerFrame enables a full range of communications solutions required for M2M applications, supporting messaging requirements from short packet bursts to streaming data, and even voice for those applications requiring occasional, on-demand voice connectivity.

About Aeris.net
Aeris.net is the leading machine-to-machine (M2M) network services provider in North America. Through its unique AerFrame M2M platform and in partnership with more than 30 wireless carriers, Aeris.net delivers rugged, real-time managed data delivery for mission-critical applications, such as life-safety and security, high-value asset tracking, and numerous other fixed and mobile wireless applications. Leveraging the strength of MicroBurst, Aeris has created a new and powerful paradigm in wireless M2M—rugged connectivity combined with standby availability of higher bandwidth network services. AerFrame provides customers with network options tailored to their specific needs—virtually any network protocol or combination of protocols best suited for specific M2M application requirements. Today, Aeris.net provides service to over 1 million customer devices. For more information, please visit the Aeris.net Web site, or call 1-888-GO-AERIS.

Aeris.net, Aeris, AerFrame and MicroBurst are trademarks of Aeris Communications. All other company or product names are trademarks of their respective owners.


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