SS8 Networks announced that its Xcipio Platform was selected to enhance LI capabilities at wireless service provider Pocket Communications

March 8, 2007

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- SS8 NetworksR, the leading source oflawful intercept solutions for telecommunication service providers,announced today that its Xcipio Platform was selected to enhance LawfulIntercept (LI) capabilities at wireless service provider PocketCommunications.

Pocket will use SS8's Xcipio Platform in its 3G wireless networks in SanAntonio and Laredo, Texas, to exceed federal requirements under the FederalCommunications Commission's Communications Assistance of Law EnforcementAgencies (CALEA) Act. Pocket has met the CALEA requirements since the launchof Pocket Network on May 26, 2006

CALEA regulations require carriers and service providers to provide lawenforcement agencies with the continued ability to lawfully interceptelectronic communications in the face of rapidly changing technology. Suchintercepts include voice and message content and call-identifyinginformation, while protecting the privacy of information not authorized byan intercept order.

"SS8 has the experience, flexibility and response time required to providelawful electronic surveillance capabilities on an ever increasing number ofcommunications services in a manner that uses industry standards and doesnot require a costly investment," said Stephen Gleave, vice president ofmarketing for SS8 Networks. "We are absolutely committed to helping ourcustomers quickly and simply meet the requirements of lawful interceptlegislation."

SS8 Networks Inc.

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