SOURCE: PLC Network Solutions Inc.

October 03, 2005 09:00 ET

PLC Network Solutions Announces Agreement to Install Its Next Generation of BPL Devices for Camden Properties

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 3, 2005 -- Trimax Corporation (OTC BB: TMXO) today announced, by way of its wholly owned subsidiary PLC Network Solutions Inc. ("PLC"), that it has signed an Agreement with Camden Properties of Toronto, Ontario, to implement PLC's next-generation 205 Mbps Broadband over Powerline (BPL) devices in two of its buildings housing approximately 200 units.

In addition, Camden is also evaluating PLC's ISP and VoIP services to replace existing providers. Representatives of Camden Properties had previously observed the devices demonstrated in other PLC buildings and test sites, which ultimately removed all doubt to the many benefits of the technology. This is the first BPL order placed by Camden Properties, which holds numerous properties in its portfolio. PLC Network Solutions is pleased to have Camden Properties implement its newest generation of BPL devices, which are known for their symmetrical uploading and downloading speeds of between 20 - 30 Mbps, many times faster than regular cable or DSL.

"Camden Properties is pleased to be using PLC's next generation of high-speed modems and devices. Their speed, security, cost and plug-and-play convenience were all deciding factors for us," stated Raj Joshi, President and Managing Partner of Camden Properties. "The decision to transition our buildings to BPL will be a cost-effective one now and in the future, as the technology gives us instant networking capabilities, is scalable and ready for other applications that we are presently contemplating such as security cameras, elevator monitors, WiFi etc. A huge benefit to us is that the installation involves no disruption to our tenants. There is no need to tear apart walls to run cables -- the cables (electrical wires) already exist, and the high-speed Internet connections are as close as the next electrical outlet. Couple this with the increased performance, it was an easy decision for us to make."

Derek Pepler, President of Trimax, said: "We are very excited about the capacity of PLC's new generation of 205 Mbps BPL technology and about having Camden Properties adopt our devices and bundled services. Powerline communication technology holds unlimited potential as a low-cost, high-bandwidth broadband competitor. PLC's technology turns the existing ubiquitous electrical infrastructure into a "third wire" for delivering the digital triple-play of voice, data and video all on one platform for homes and businesses. As consumers begin to demand economical solutions for networking their premises and access to enough bandwidth to handle a range of new applications such as VoIP, IPTV and internet-enabled appliances, we believe there will be a real trend towards the adoption of these low-cost BPL technologies worldwide."

About PLC Network Solutions Inc.

PLC Network Solutions Inc. specializes in Broadband over Power line (BPL) technologies. This technology has been successfully deployed in over 25 countries around the globe, in homes, apartments, office towers, schools, hotels, hospitals, museums and Government buildings. PLC Network Solutions offers a range of BPL solutions, which includes offering secure 128kb high-speed Internet access, VoIP services and soon to be offered IPTV technology. The company believes that BPL will be the next widely accepted broadband access technology. PLC Network Solutions anticipates that the company and its devices will be at the forefront of this new technological revolution as it expands its reach throughout the world.

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