SOURCE: Stellar Technologies, Inc.

August 03, 2006 08:00 ET

Stellar Technologies, Inc. Announces Brian Ellis as New Vice President Marketing and Corporate Communications

NAPLES, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 3, 2006 -- Stellar Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: SLLR), a leading provider of Content Security solutions, has expanded its management team. Brian Ellis joined the company as VP of Marketing and Corporate Communications. Mr. Ellis joins Rusty Wright, the Senior VP of Sales, to oversee the expanding sales and marketing efforts for the company's latest eCommunications management suite, Stellar GeM™.

"We are thrilled to have Brian join our team. He has many years of successful strategic national and international marketing experience. Brian's senior positions in public and private companies will prove to be very beneficial for our company," said Don Innis, President of Stellar Technologies.

About Stellar Technologies, Inc.

Stellar Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: SLLR) is a leading provider of Internet Access Management solutions offering a full range of management and security products to business and government organizations. Stellar's solutions enable organizations to manage employee Internet access while increasing compliance with industry and corporate policy by providing powerful content filtering, reporting, archiving and data retrieval. Stellar Technologies is also the leading provider of enterprise e-mail migration and synchronization solutions. The eMail Shuttle provides a complete migration and coexistence solution from simple migration of inboxes and personal folders, to complex high performance gateways and directory synchronization to and from any eMail system. For more information, visit

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