SOURCE: Catcher Holdings, Inc.

February 29, 2008 09:00 ET

Catcher Holdings CEO to Present at Frost & Sullivan Conference

Catcher to Demonstrate Next Generation Wireless Technology and Rugged Mobile Clients

LEESBURG, VA--(Marketwire - February 29, 2008) - Catcher Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: CTHH), (, a leading provider of standards-based solutions that address high-speed mobile computing for the harshest and most demanding application environments, today announced that CEO, Gary Haycox, will be a keynote speaker for the Infrastructure and Convergence Track of the conference taking place on Monday, March 3rd. Mr. Haycox's presentation, "Broadband Wireless Decisions - 4G, WiFi or WiMAX -- Why Not?, will compare and contrast the costs and benefits of different networking infrastructures and protocols available to address the demand for true mobility solutions as computer users rapidly become more reliant on consistent access to information and applications. Additionally, Mr. Haycox will be seated as a panelist for the session, "WiFi, WiMAX and Wide Area Networks" to discuss the advantages of phased array base stations over short range "mesh" architectures for large area wireless networks where traditional "hotspots" are not feasible.

"It's ironic that I addressed this same conference several years ago on a similar subject and at that time many in the wireless industry believed technologies such as 4G and WiMAX would quickly eclipse Wi-Fi. This simply has not happened and due to many factors WiFi remains a robust and a growing technology. I strongly believe the wireless industry will move forward based on a combination of all of these technologies, with Wi-Fi still commanding a dominant position," commented Mr. Haycox. "I'm excited to be allowed to offer the wireless industry Catcher Holdings' perspective on how we believe these technologies will evolve over the coming years."

Catcher Holdings is proud to offer conference attendees Internet access utilizing the company's Vivato™ indoor base station to increase the industry's awareness of next-generation, wide area network technologies.

About Catcher Holdings, Inc.

Catcher Holdings, Inc. is a leading provider of standards-based solutions that address high-speed mobile computing for the harshest and most demanding application environments. The company combines Vivato™ Networks patented Packet Steering™ phased array Wi-Fi base stations with the CATCHER® family of rugged mobile client devices to meet the needs of customers in a wide range of markets including military, homeland security, integrated public safety, municipal, transportation and logistics. The capabilities of both product families provide synergies in mobile application solutions such as, location-based, biometric management and live video surveillance/communication systems.

Vivato Networks, a division of Catcher Holdings, Inc., is a wireless systems infrastructure company utilizing innovative signal processing and antenna design to deliver patented Packet Steering™ phased array Wi-Fi base stations. Vivato's unique patented technology uses a smart phased-array antenna to create highly directed, wide area Wi-Fi, enabling cost-effective, large-scale indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi deployments for metros, government, military, homeland security, integrated public safety, transportation logistics, construction sites, warehouses and universities. Vivato Wi-Fi base stations are able to reach Wi-Fi clients at distances over 2.5miles (4 kilometers) with longer ranges possible in level topographies. Additional information about Vivato Networks is available at

Catcher is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with research and development facilities in Austin, TX. Additional information on Catcher Holdings, Inc. can be viewed at

Special Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 involving known and unknown risks, delays, and uncertainties that may cause the Company's actual results or performance to differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. These risks, delays, and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: the Company's ability to generate product sales and operating profits; the Company's ability to obtain sales prices at or near its MSRPs; cancellation provisions in the Company's reseller agreements for shipments beyond 90 days of order; vulnerability to technology obsolescence; competition by better capitalized companies; difficulty in managing growth; dependence on key personnel; and other risks which are discussed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements.

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