Trimax Corporation
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Trimax Corporation

September 10, 2007 13:55 ET

Trimax to Deploy BPL Digital Signage Pilot Projects

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 10, 2007) - Trimax Corporation (OTCBB:TMXO) and subsidiary PLC Network Solutions Inc., providers of Broadband over PowerLine (BPL) communication technologies, announced today that after running successful BPL beta tests with its recently acquired multi-media network management and distribution technology from Cybersonics Broadcast Services Inc., it has entered into a BPL digital signage pilot project with a US VAR. The pilot is expected to run for one month and could lead to roll-out requirements for up to 6,000 screens.

Derek Pepler, President of Trimax, commented "We are please with the number of enquiries we have received regarding the proprietary software and network management technology recently acquired from Cybersonics. In order to succeed in the digital-signage space we're continuing to think outside the box as there are many challenges to overcome such as ROI. We can achieve significant efficiencies for our clients by using Broadband over PowerLines as the IP distribution platform which lowers the barriers of entry. We quickly and inexpensively integrate plug-and-play communications in virtually any location that has electricity, eliminating the expense and disruption of running cable drops. We are working on client requirements to integrate digital signage with POS systems, RFID and other applications that will enable more interactive networks in the future".

About Trimax / PLC

Trimax and its wholly owned subsidiary, PLC Networks Inc., are providers of Broadband over Power Line (BPL) communication technologies. Trimax/PLC specializes in the development, distribution, implementation, and servicing technologies that use the power grid to deliver 128-bit encrypted high-speed symmetrical broadband for data, voice and video transmission. BPL is a communications technology that transforms the existing ubiquitous powerline infrastructure and common electrical wiring in commercial and residential buildings into a high-bandwidth network. Broadband is delivered simultaneously on a single platform to every electrical outlet throughout the home or business. To connect, users simply plug a modem into any electrical outlet, and plug their computer, phone, security camera, digital screen or IP device into the modem.

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