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Agito Networks Moves HQ

Agita Networks moving corporate headquarters to larger facility to accommodate rapid company growth

August 21, 2008

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Agito Networks, Inc., the award-winning company delivering new technology in enterprise mobility, today announced that it is moving its headquarters to near-by Santa Clara, Calif., next week. Agito Networks is significantly increasing its investment in product development, sales, and distribution, and the new facility will accommodate the growth needed to fulfill the rising demand for Agito’s enterprise fixed mobile convergence (eFMC) products. The new building nearly triples the size of Agito’s current office space, and dramatically increases the amount of lab space available for research and new product development.

Agito Networks’ award-winning RoamAnywhere Mobility Router is the industry’s first and only business mobile convergence platform that uses RF-based, location-aware technologies to reliably mobilize voice and data applications over 802.11 wireless LANs (VoWLAN), while remaining agnostic to enterprise customers’ choices of mobile carriers and equipment vendors (http://www.agitonetworks.com/products). It supports all leading IP-PBX and WLAN equipment vendors to uniquely fuse 802.11 wireless LANs, enterprise IP telephony, and the carrier cellular network, improving mobile worker accessibility and responsiveness to increase mobile worker productivity. Agito’s innovative, patent-pending location-aware technology allows enterprises to mobilize voice by taking full advantage of their 802.11 WLAN deployments as a low-cost alternative to cellular networks for in-building enterprise mobility. Its patent-pending technology ensures that in-building calls stay on the enterprise WLAN (using VoWLAN), to reduce cellular expenses and eliminate dropped or poor quality calls.

“While many technology companies these days are experiencing declining workforces and financial difficulties, there are still some bright spots in the tech sector,” said Michael Finneran, principal of analyst firm dBrn Associates, Inc. “Enterprise mobility, fixed mobile convergence, and mobile unified communications are clearly hot, and companies like Agito Networks are in a good position to capitalize on that.”

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