SOURCE: Trimax Corporation

February 15, 2006 15:59 ET

Trimax Corporation Finalizes Agreement to Install Its BPL Devices and Services in Historic Buildings, Toronto, Ontario

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 15, 2006 -- Trimax Corporation (OTC BB: TMXO), through its wholly owned subsidiary PLC Network Solutions Inc. ("PLC"), announced today that it has signed an agreement to install its Broadband over Powerline (BPL) and bundled services (ISP and VoIP) in a group of Victorian buildings in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district that are designated Heritage sites by the City of Toronto under the Ontario Heritage Act.

The group of five buildings, located on both John and Adelaide Streets, represent a mix of commercial and high end residential space. PLC's new 205 mbps BPL devices provide symmetrical upload and download speeds of up to 30 mbps which enables the delivery of a bundle of applications including VoIP, video-on-demand and IPTV. PLC's business model incorporates the sharing of recurring revenues with property management companies, hotels, and condominium associations.

Owners of Heritage Properties face many restrictions when renovating or upgrading their buildings. The owners of the Adelaide/John Street properties, built in 1892, recognized PLC Network Solutions BPL package as the answer to their problems. The ease in which BPL technology is deployed by utilizing the existing ubiquitous electrical infrastructure eliminates tenant disruption, construction issues and many of the restrictions imposed on Heritage Properties.

PLC Network Solutions BPL technology uses the existing wiring to deliver broadband to every electrical outlet in the building and networks all computers, printers, faxes, security cameras etc. within the tenant's premises. The technology can be installed in a matter of hours instead of weeks or months, and avoids the expense and interruption of tearing apart walls to run new wiring for communications.

Derek Pepler, President of PLC Network Solutions, stated: "We are very pleased at being recognized as a cost effective and appropriate technology for Heritage sites. Historical buildings are an integral part of the local urban fabric and give special character to a city. Preservation of these buildings is a fundamental concern for governments around the world. At the same time, authorities acknowledge the importance for an owner to modernize buildings in order to keep them efficient and viable."

About Trimax/PLC Network Solutions Inc.

Trimax/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 broadband over power-line 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 communications technology. PLC Network Solutions anticipates that the company and its devices will be at the forefront of this new technology revolution, which will include expanding its reach throughout the world.

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