SOURCE: Trimax Corporation

March 02, 2006 06:00 ET

Trimax/PLC Network Solutions Finalizes Agreement to Install Its Broadband Over PowerLine Technology in the Hotel Combermere, Shimla, India

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 2, 2006 -- Trimax Corporation (OTC BB: TMXO), and its wholly owned subsidiary, PLC Network Solutions ("PLC"), a leading provider of Broadband over Powerline (BPL) communication technologies, today announced that it has closed on its LOI and finalized an agreement with the Hotel Combermere located in Shimla, India, to install its Broadband over PowerLine (BPL) devices and bundled services.

Trimax/PLC signed an LOI with the Hotel Combermere in early January. Since that time the Hotel has completed its due diligence, evaluating the many benefits of BPL technology including speed, security, scalability and cost effectiveness. PLC's Business Development Reps are traveling through India in March, meeting with interested parties and demonstrating the benefits of BPL technology.

The Hotel Combermere deployment will also serve as a showcase for PLC's BPL technology where potential customers, government officials and channel partners will have an opportunity to evaluate the BPL equipment and its applications.

Located on the outskirts of the Himalayas, The Hotel Combermere is a 4-Star Deluxe business and leisure Hotel with 40 rooms and luxury suites that are equipped with personal bars, Jacuzzis and roof top gardens. Hotel Combermere recognized the need to enhance its existing communication services and chose Trimax/PLC's Broadband over PowerLine technology because of its low cost, minimum disruption to guests and feature rich applications. The solution offers scalable symmetrical broadband capable of speeds of 20-30 Mbps. The technology accommodates applications such as VoIP, Video on demand and IPTV, which can all be bundled on PLC's single plug-and-play BPL technology platform.

PLC Network Solutions anticipates India to be a major market for its BPL technology and is anticipating having its business aggressively expand within the country throughout the year. The Government of India has recognized the effect that ubiquitous Broadband service has on growth of GDP and enhancement in quality of life through net-education, web-medicine, e-government and entertainment. The government has recently finalized a policy to accelerate the growth of broadband connections throughout India.

About PLC Network Solutions Inc.

PLC Network Solutions Inc. is a provider of leading Broadband over PowerLine (BPL) communication technologies. BPL is a disruptive communications technology that turns the existing ubiquitous power line infrastructure and common electrical wiring in commercial and residential buildings into a high-bandwidth network. PLC Network Solutions specializes in the development, distribution, implementation, and servicing technologies that use the power grid to deliver 128-bit encryption high-speed symmetrical broadband for data, voice and video transmission, simultaneously on a single platform, to every electrical outlet throughout the home or business. PLC's BPL technology uses the existing electrical wiring as a "smart" network to connect computers, printers, faxes, entertainment systems, etc. within the home or office. Installation is usually implemented in a matter of hours or days instead of weeks or months and avoids the expense and disruption of burying cables or tearing apart walls to run new wires, which is necessary for other broadband access 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.

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