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FreeLinc joins EDGE(TM) Innovation Network,


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FreeLinc
: 09 March, 2008  (Company News)
FreeLinc, the pioneer and market leader in secure wireless technologies, announced today that it has joined the EDGE(TM) Innovation Network, a collaborative, open-environment initiative enabling industry, academia and government to work together to enhance the delivery cycle of technology and innovation to the warfighter.
Sponsored by General Dynamics C4 Systems and located in Scottsdale, Ariz., the EDGE provides facilities and laboratories for developing and testing technologies, products and systems to equip a new breed of warfighter who is mobile, connected and informed.

As a technology member, FreeLinc will introduce its secure wireless capabilities, based on its patented Near-Field Magnetic Induction (NFMI) technology, to EDGE members and supporters in the military and government. 'Our secure wireless capabilities have already led to military initiatives, including the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command's Night Vision Electronic Sensors Directorate Program,' stated Anthony Sutera, FreeLinc, CEO. 'We know we will bring value to mission critical initiatives directed by both EDGE member partners and government program management participants,' said Mr. Sutera.

Members recently joining the EDGE Innovation Network include: the University of Montana, Mizzoula, Mont.; Cisco Systems, Inc., San Jose, Calif.; Rockwell Collins Optronics, Carlsbad, Calif.; ITT Corporation, Night Vision Division, Roanoke, Va.; Rally Point Management, LLC, Niceville, Fla.; and Sonik Messaging Systems, Inc., Vista, Calif.

The EDGE center officially opened in Scottsdale, Ariz., in December 2006. To date, there are more than 57 members and supporters representing industry, academia and government
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