SOURCE: SatMAX Corporation

SatMAX Corporation

December 04, 2009 09:38 ET

SatMAX Gains Acceptance Into the Corporate Arena by Landing Fortune 500 Clients

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - December 4, 2009) - SatMAX Corporation (PINKSHEETS: SATM) entered the $46 Billion satellite ground equipment industry last year and almost immediately began adding Fortune 500 Corporations to its client list. Recently, the company completed installation of three SatMAX® Iridium satellite communication repeater systems for ITT Corporation.

ITT is one of the world's largest manufacturers/distributors of advanced technological products. ITT recently signed a $9.7 million contract to provide Iridium-based communication devices and hardware to secure military/defense communications. SatMAX has worked with two other large defense contractors, Harris Corporation and Sparton Corp., to develop non-line-of-sight communication systems. Additionally, General Dynamics was one of the early buyers of SatMAX® equipment.

This type of client has a specific need for secure, indoor/outdoor data and voice communications systems. Fortunately, SatMAX is able to meet its clients' needs by creating communications "hot-spots" which enable fully wireless, totally secure communications for multiple, concurrent users. With services like this, SatMAX has the potential to rapidly land more government and corporate clients as it continues to gain acceptance in the world of corporate giants.

About SatMAX

SatMAX Corporation is dedicated to providing global wireless, non-line-of-sight, satellite voice and data communications links to government, military, and commercial and industrial customers. For more information, please visit www.echosatcom.com or view our product information video at www.angelvisiontech.com/clients/echo_satellite.

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