SOURCE: Lattice Incorporated

Lattice Incorporated

July 08, 2013 08:14 ET

Lattice Expands Operations in Texas and Oklahoma

Two New Installations of Nexus System Completed; Additional Contracts In-Place for ICON Installations

PENNSAUKEN, NJ--(Marketwired - Jul 8, 2013) - Lattice Incorporated (OTCQB: LTTC) ("Lattice" or the "Company"), a provider of advanced information and communications technology solutions to customers globally, has completed two new installations of its Nexus Inmate Telephone System platform in Texas and Oklahoma.

Lattice installed the Nexus system for the Marion County Jail in Jefferson, Texas and the Mayes County Jail in Pryor, Oklahoma. The Company also has commitments to install the ICON system in multiple facilities in Oklahoma and Texas.

Mr. Paul Burgess, Chief Executive Officer of Lattice, stated, "This newest expansion of our customer base further solidifies our footprint in the region and validates the strength of our technology platform. Faced with budget crunches, many U.S. states are seeking ways to stretch their dollars further. Our Nexus and ICON systems provide cash-strapped states with cost-effective prison telecommunications and management solutions that deliver a wide range of features to correctional facilities. We expect the ongoing adoption of our industry-leading technology to result in strong year-over-year revenue growth for Lattice."

About Lattice Incorporated

Lattice Incorporated provides advanced information and communications technology solutions to customers globally. The Company's innovative, cost-effective solutions leverage its proprietary Nexus platform, a real-time transaction processing engine, to develop and deliver customized cloud-based software applications with military-grade security for markets that require highly secure solutions. For more information, visit

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