SOURCE: ISCO International, Inc.

August 21, 2006 11:30 ET

ISCO International to Present at Equities Magazine Transatlantic Conference Series -- New York, London, and Milan

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, IL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 21, 2006 -- ISCO International, Inc. (AMEX: ISO), a leading global supplier of radio-frequency management and interference-control systems for the wireless telecommunications industry, announced its participation in the upcoming Transatlantic Conference Series hosted by Equities Magazine, a 55-year-old publication and investor awareness company. The first session will be held at the American Stock Exchange in New York on September 15th, 2006, then on to the London Stock Exchange on September 18th and finally to the Borsa Italiana exchange in Milan on September 20th.

American Stock Exchange CEO, Mr. Neal Wolkoff, will be the keynote speaker in New York, along with the Head of Equities, Mr. John McGonegal. The London session will feature Mr. Martin Graham, Director of the AIM Exchange. Finally, the Milan session will feature Borsa Italiana CEO Massimo Capuano. ISCO is delighted to be one of twelve companies presenting at these events. These forums are by invitation-only and attended by analysts, portfolio managers, market makers, fund managers, and other professionals in the field.

Unprecedented cellular growth and increasing system complexity have led to dynamic interference environments for global wireless operators. The industry has struggled in its ability to deal with interference issues as the predominant sources of inter-technology interference are random and varying in nature, and typically change by day, time, frequency and amplitude due to changes in topology, cell-loading, site additions and competitive systems.

"With the worldwide launch of the digital ANF platform ("dANF"), we at ISCO International have taken the next step in our overall strategy of bringing highly differentiated, software-based Adaptive Interference Management ("AIM") products to the wireless industry. The overlay of data-centric networks has multiplied the problem, and the need for a solution, exponentially," said Neal Campbell, Executive Vice President, Next Generation Products. "We look forward to sharing our innovative solutions and products with the global investment community through Equities Magazine's Transatlantic Conference Series."

The dANF technology is compatible with all spread spectrum-based wireless technologies (CDMA, UMTS, WiFi). The product integrates seamlessly with all wireless infrastructure manufacturers' cell site equipment. Importantly, due to the flexible Linux architecture, it is possible to future proof carrier networks from new types and modes of interference as new wireless technologies are introduced. The digital Adaptive Notch Filter can provide significant performance gains for voice, and perhaps more importantly, data networks challenged by intensive real-time applications impaired by in-band interference. The ISCO adaptive interference management (AIM) platform provides the foundation for future applications of software-based filtering in WiMax, and other 4th Generation wireless systems.

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