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WPA Approves Envara

The WiFi Alliance certifies Envara's chipsets for WPA

November 24, 2003

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RA'ANANA, Israel -- Envara(TM), Inc., a leading developer and marketer of multi-mode Wireless LAN (WLAN) solutions based on the IEEE 802.11 standard, announced today it has passed the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED(TM) Wireless Protected Area (WPA) interoperability testing procedures.

Certification comes from the Wi-Fi Alliance, a nonprofit international trade organization that tests IEEE 802.11-based wireless equipment to ensure it complies with the Wi-Fi standard and works with all other Wi-Fi certified equipment on the market. Product certification testing was conducted at the Wi-Fi Alliance's San Jose, CA, laboratory.

"Further to passing the Wi-Fi certification tests for Envara's IEEE 802.11g last month, passing the WPA testing for our USB2.0 reference design is another key milestone we hand over to our customers, supporting their move into the market with Envara based products," commented Mr. Izik Kirshenbaum, CEO and President of Envara.

Envara Inc.

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