SOURCE: MediaG3, Inc.

September 23, 2010 15:03 ET

MediaG3 to Launch WiFiBridges Network Into White Spaces

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - September 23, 2010) - MediaG3, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MDGC) an innovative wireless technology leader, today announced the company is planning to exploit white spaces airwaves that exists in all US cities.

"MediaG3, last week, introduced WiFiBridges technology, a multi-channel, multi-mode network which was designed in part to work in these white spaces," commented MediaG3's chairman, Val Westergard.

"MediaG3 is very pleased with the FCC's unanimous decision to clear the way for technologies like ours to use these frequencies," Westergard continued. "Our WiFiBridges Network technology was developed to utilize these frequencies as a part of our municipal mesh network, along with our LMDS backhaul and middle-mile technologies."

"This new spectrum allows signals to penetrate through buildings and walls much better, delivering superfast Internet connections in places other frequencies didn't," stated Westergard. "We call this 'Next Generation,' WiFi3 or WiFiCubed. This will bring a whole new level of Internet mobile device usage. As more channels and frequencies are added and made available, more and more ways to use them will be developed. This is a very exciting day for all of us in wireless technology. The door to innovation has just been cracked opened a little more."

About MediaG3, Inc.
MediaG3, Inc. develops, markets, and delivers wireless broadband technology products and services for today's fixed and mobile customers. MediaG3 provides wireless broadband Internet access and Internet telephone throughout the US, under the Imperial Wireless brand. MediaG3 has five key US wireless patents and offers their wireless broadband technology, technology licensing and equipment under the Wytec and Wytec "Next Generation" brands. Imperial Wireless and Wytec are wholly owned subsidiaries of MediaG3. MediaG3 is headquartered in San Francisco, CA, with offices and a lab in Boise, Idaho. For more information, or to register to receive updates, please visit their corporate site

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