SOURCE: Amwest Imaging Inc.

December 06, 2011 16:30 ET

Amwest Announces Acquisition & Scheduled World Wide Launch of

EVANSVILLE, IN--(Marketwire - Dec 6, 2011) - Amwest Imaging Incorporated (OTCBB: AMWI) is pleased to announce they have acquired, and is planning a large scale launch of this new technology. is a virtual Cloud based 256 bit key secured digital safe deposit box where users can access, store, share, transfer and backup digital information in an ultra secure Cloud based, private and encrypted location. Users will be able to access and share critical data of virtually any size without FTP requirements or lengthy uploads instantaneously from anywhere in the world.

"With headline reports from Security News Daily like '2011 Set to be the Worst Year Ever for Security Breaches,' and the list of already breached companies including Sony, RSA, Lockheed Martin, Epsilon, JP Morgan Chase, Fox Broadcast network, NSA, PBS, and giants like Citigroup, it seemed a virtually mandatory to source and acquire an asset that can me make available for both personal, corporate, and industrial uses for an extremely low price," stated CEO Jason Gerteisen.

Amwest's anticipated retail launch of LokDrop will be Feb 06, 2012 with annual pricing being set $99 per year. It is Amwest's continued goals to provide the highest quality products at a price that every corporate, government, retail, industrial, or personal user can afford to target as much of this multi-billion dollar sector as possible while providing the best products available.

Competitive advantages of that sets it apart is that users will be able to distribute large files to associates, collaborate with people or groups World Wide while working on the same file, securely access documents away from an office and reduce network load by eliminating the need for large email attachments, all while utilizing 256 bit key encryption whether by single side, or dual users interacting with respective keys uniquely combining to create an unbreakable, hackable, or recoverable code.

Secondary pricing for Terabyte storage is anticipated in the first quarter of 2012.

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