For Immediate Release

IWICS Deploys New Pilot Network in Shen King, Taiwan

(02/17/2005 - Bothell, Washington, USA)

IWICS’ announced that it has deployed a new pilot network in the city of Shen King, Taiwan. The network covers 1 km square area in the village of Tukuo located in Shen King city.

The Tukuo network is initially populated with IWICS’ PARROT family of products but will expand in the future to include other future products and will also test interoperability with complementary equipment from other vendors. The network is supported by IWICS and the village government in Tukuo.

“The new Tukuo network provides us an excellent capability to demonstrate the many features of our ODMA™-based products” said James Larsen, President/CEO of IWICS. “The combination of various challenging deployment and operating scenarios found in a village like Tukuo provides us with a great laboratory for testing new equipment and demonstrating our products to our customers.”

About IWICS, Inc.

IWICS, Inc is creating new capabilities for high-speed wireless communications systems based on its revolutionary, patented Subscriber Relay technology collectively known as ODMA™. IWICS’ Opportunity Driven Multiple Access™ technology delivers unparalleled capability for secure last-mile wireless communication systems that deliver higher throughput, better coverage, and lower cost than existing wireless technologies. ODMA works in conjunction with other wireless technologies such as Wi Fi (802.11) and WiMax (802.16) to greatly improve the performance and efficiency of wireless networks. IWICS has patented its ODMA portfolio in nearly 50 countries and is expanding its coverage throughout the world. Headquartered in Bothell, Washington, USA, IWICS has manufacturing and support subsidiaries in Taiwan, Malaysia and the UK. Parties interested in learning about the benefits of becoming a WIDENET™ ODMA Network Service Provider or discovering more about our products can contact IWICS at

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