SOURCE: Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc.

March 21, 2006 08:45 ET

Seamless Wi-Fi Acquires ED.1 Rights From Vercel

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 21, 2006 --Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (OTC BB: SLWF) announced today that it has acquired the patent, development and marketing rights for the ED.1 (Entertainment Device) minicomputer and communication device from Vercel Corporation

The ED.1 is an ergonomically-designed portable entertainment device and full-fledged computer boasting a form factor of 5" x 4" x 2" and weighing less than 12 ounces. When closed it offers an MP3 player, a gaming device when opened, and a full-fledged internet communications device and computer when the integrated keyboard is unfolded. The keyboard offers almost full-size keyboard functionality and ergonomics.

Caleb Chung, Vercel Founder and Chief Inventor for Ugobe, stated, "Mobile devices are not about technology. They are about freedom. Freedom to create, communicates, play, learn, work and explore according to your own lifestyle." Mr. Chung's prolific conceptual and design skills have created widely acclaimed inventions and his experience spans the entertainment, mixed media and toy industries. He co-invented the 1998 hot toy of the year, Furby, which sold over 50 million units worldwide, generating over $1.2 billion in sales. As an inventor with over 20 patents, Caleb is regarded as one of the premier product designers in the industry.

Seamless will enable wireless connectivity for the ED.1 and continue development and integration of other high-consumer demand functionality into the device, which will be sold to consumers through Seamless Internet. The Seamless ED.1 will also be driven specific vertical markets through company subsidiary Seamless Skyy-Fi as an economical internet access and computing kiosk device for the lodging and hospitality industries.

The ED.1 won the "Best of Innovations" award at the 2002 Consumer Electronics Show. Seamless intends to integrate the company's breakthrough Secure Private Network (SPN) layer technology into the ED.1, which will allow for very rapid development of network applications without having to build full network layers -- and included applications will inherit all the benefits of the SPN layer such as private networking, FIPS compliant encryption and peer-to-peer communication thru proxies and firewalls.

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Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. is an aggregator of Wi-Fi products and services based in Las Vegas operating three complementary subsidiaries, Seamless Skyy-Fi, Inc., Seamless Peer 2 Peer, Inc and. Seamless Internet, Inc. Seamless Skyy-Fi is forging a network of Wi-Fi Hot Spots in targeted geographic and vertical markets across the country and has achieved initial success in the hotel Wi-Fi provision market. Seamless Peer 2 Peer developed and is marketing its patent pending Phenom™ Virtual Internet Extranet encryption software for secure business and government network communications. Phenom provides SOX and HIPAA-compliant secure peer mail, chat, file transfer, and remote PC access in a two-megabyte download. Phenom's API also supports secure VoIP telephony, video conferencing and white boarding. Seamless Internet, Inc., provides servers and hosting for Seamless clients and will now deploy the ED device to the Companies end users.

For company information, please visit the following web sites: Seamless, www.slwf.net; Skyy-Fi, www.skyyfi.com; Peer 2 Peer, www.seamlessp2p.net, and for Seamless Internet, Inc., www.seamlessinternet.com.

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