SOURCE: Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc.

April 02, 2007 12:54 ET

Seamless Peer 2 Peer, Inc. Launches Phenom™ 3.0 -- 60-Day Trial Now Available to Public

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 2, 2007 -- Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (OTCBB: SLWF) announced today that its subsidiary, Seamless Peer 2 Peer, Inc. has made its Phenom™ 3.0 Secure P2P Collaboration Suite software available to the general public in a free 60-day trial beta version. Phenom™ uses Seamless' Secure Private Network (SPN) to create a collaborative communications environment with military-grade encryption and FIPS140-2 government compliant secure; shared browsing, document review, chat, file sharing, white boarding and video with plug and play ease of use for the client.

Phenom may be downloaded from www.seamlessp2p.net/version/3.0/downloads/. A free 60-day trial beta license key will be assigned at sign-up. Due to the high-security encryption schema, the Phenom™ software is under United States export control. At sign-up, a credit card is required for license key assignment in order to provide for export control user address authentication.

"We invite anyone interested in implementing secure video web teleconferencing and VoIP with collaborative tools such as shared browsing, document review, chat, file sharing and white boarding to try Phenom and see the difference a secure telepresence application can make for their enterprise," said Chris Akins, CTO for Seamless Wi-Fi and its subsidiaries.

System requirements to run Phenom™ include: a Pentium 4 2.8 or greater/ AMD Athelon 64 3400 or faster processor, a minimum 512 MB of RAM, 10 Gigabytes of free hard drive space, a Direct X 9.0 compatible video card, a Direct X 9.0c audio device (either sound card with speakers & microphone or a USB headset -- USB headset preferred), a mouse, keyboard, Windows XP Home/Pro or Windows 2003 operating system and an Internet connection capable of 256kbs downstream & 128 kbs upstream sustained bandwidth. Slower connections may incur latency in audio and video transmission. In addition the computer must have the Microsoft.Net framework (2.0) installed.

In conjunction with public availability, on April 16, 2007, the company is launching an initial advertising program featuring Phenom™ 3.0 on CNET (www.cnet.com), where people go to discover the latest tech and consumer electronics.

Phenom™ uses Virtual Internet Extranet RSA encryption to provide secure data transmission and SOX and HIPAA-compliant secure peer mail, chat, file transfer, remote PC access, secure VoIP, video conferencing and white boarding.

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About Seamless Wi-Fi:

Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (www.slwf.net) is a Las Vegas-based company listed on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board under the symbol SLWF. Seamless Wi-Fi develops and markets secure cutting-edge internet communications products and services through its three operating subsidiaries: Seamless Skyy-Fi, Inc. (www.skyyfi.com), Seamless Peer 2 Peer, Inc. (www.seamlessp2p.net) and Seamless Internet, Inc. (www.seamlessinternet.com).

Seamless Skyy-Fi is forging a network of Wi-Fi hotspots in targeted geographic and vertical markets across the country and has achieved initial success providing hotel and retail Wi-Fi hotspots and is developing the "Secure Internet Browsing" Wi-Fi encryption software program "SInB."

Seamless Peer 2 Peer has developed and launched Phenom™ V3.0, its Secure Peer 2 Peer Virtual Internet Extranet encryption software, which provides SOX and HIPAA-compliant internet communications over standard internet services.

Seamless Internet is manufacturing and marketing the S-XGen™ Ultra Mobile Personal Computer and Communications Device including a 3G phone that combines portability, connectivity, processing power and entertainment capabilities for the ultimate road-warrior laptop replacement. Seamless Internet also provides secure hosting services for all Seamless Wi-Fi company clientele.

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