SOURCE: Sequiam Biometrics, Inc.

September 07, 2007 13:56 ET

Sequiam Biometrics Successfully Passes California Department of Justice Firearm Safety Device Test(s) for the BioVault 2.0

ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwire - September 7, 2007) - Sequiam Biometrics, a subsidiary of Sequiam Corporation (OTCBB: SQUM), a leading provider of innovative consumer lifestyle biometric technologies and services, announced that it has successfully passed United States Test Laboratory (USTL) test(s) as required by California Penal Code Sections 12088 and Regulation Section 977.45, Chapter 12.6, Division 1, Title 11, of the California Code of Regulations.

Amongst the performed tests were: picking the BioVault, forced removal, tensile test, shock test, sawing test and drop test.

Sequiam's Chief Executive Officer, Nick VandenBrekel, said: "We are pleased with the results of this rigorous test as performed by the USTL and it shows once again that Sequiam is dedicated to providing products of the highest quality and integrity. The BioVault 2.0 has been a very popular product since its introduction to the marketplace and we are soon to introduce a smaller version called the BioBox which we shall submit to the same high standards of testing."

For more information on the BioVault 2.0 please visit the Sequiam website at http://www.sequiam.com/products/biovault

About Sequiam

Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Sequiam Corporation develops, markets, and supports a portfolio of highly robust proprietary biometrically enabled consumer lifestyle and commercial products and OEM solutions. In addition, Sequiam has invested heavily in research and development to develop unique products and solutions for the biometric industry worldwide. Sequiam's biometric solutions incorporate low-cost, high-volume manufacturing processes targeted at the consumer and commercial market. Sequiam is a global company with offices in Taiwan, China, and South Africa. For more information, please visit http://www.sequiam.com.

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