TechnoCom: Sprint Certified

TechnoCom announced that Sprint Nextel has certified its LMU-4000 for use on both their CDMA and iDEN networks

March 31, 2006

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LOS ANGELES -- TechnoCom Corporation(R), a leading provider of solutions to enable wireless location services and assure their ongoing performance, announced today that Sprint Nextel has certified its LMU-4000(TM) for use on both their CDMA and iDEN(R) networks. This certification provides TechnoCom's customers with further flexibility and added choices in deploying their vehicle tracking solutions.

The LMU family of smart GPS and messaging devices for mobile resource management has been deployed in vehicles across the Americas and Europe. TechnoCom's customers rely on the LMU's built-in intelligence to develop solutions that distinguish themselves in the markets they serve, including transportation, logistics, dispatch, government, and field services.

"Whether adding features, certifying new networks, or expanding over-the-air capabilities, TechnoCom continues to advance the LMU product line," says Greg Thompson of ThomTech Design, which is currently deploying LMUs over the Sprint network for the city of Denver. "With versions of the LMU-4000 available for each major network, it's easier for me to sell to municipal customers who have a specific network preference."

John Wise of InSpatial, an emergency medical dispatch and tracking service provider, adds, "TechnoCom's commitment to flexible and reliable hardware makes them an excellent partner. Our customers have been impressed by their products' dependability and accuracy, so much, in fact, that we were recently asked to replace an incumbent installment with TechnoCom's iDEN LMU-4000."

The LMU-4000, CDMA version, can be seen at the Kyocera booth (number 5312) at the CTIA Wireless 2006 Conference in Las Vegas, April 5 through 7.

TechnoCom Corp.

Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S)

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