Vidiator and IPWireless have signed a partnership agreement to jointly develop mobile broadcasting solutions

February 9, 2006

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BELLEVUE, Wash. and SAN BRUNO, Calif. -- Vidiator and IPWireless announced today that the companies have signed a partnership agreement to jointly develop mobile broadcasting solutions based on the 3GPP Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Standard, or MBMS. The companies' solutions will be implemented initially as part of a trial of IPWireless' TDtv mobile TV solution.vThe companies will work together to integrate Vidiator's new Broadcast Multicast Service Center, or BMSC, into IPWireless' recently announced MBMS-based TDtv solution to bring operators an advanced, high-performance mobile broadcasting solution that's easy to implement within existing UMTS architecture.

"While everyone talks about mobile television and its promise for the future, IPWireless and Vidiator are acting on it," said Connie Wong, chief executive officer, Vidiator. "Combining our advanced BMSC and Xenon streaming technology with IPWireless' TDtv solution demonstrates to carriers that we are capable of taking on this challenge of delivering this broad new market opportunity to them in the here and now."

"IPWireless will partner with what we deem the 'best-of-breed' technology to deliver the best mobile TV and multimedia solution possible for mobile operators," said Malcolm Gordon, vice president, product development, IPWireless. "By integrating Vidiator's next-generation BMSC into our MBMS-based TDtv solution, operators have a powerful, tested solution easy to integrate within existing UMTS networks."

Vidiator Technology (US) Inc.

IPWireless Inc.

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