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March 18, 2015
Sonim Technologies Partners with Public Safety Application and Accessories Developers to Enable New Mission Critical Solutions in support of FirstNet initiatives

San Mateo, CA – Sonim Technologies, maker of the world’s toughest smartphones for extreme environments, has created a communications and information platform for first responders and public safety agencies who face mission-critical situations every day. To date, nearly 100 Android application developers and accessories vendors have joined the newly formed Ultra-Rugged Developer Network. As a result, several pilot programs with police and fire departments have successfully launched across the United States with more planned over the course of 2015. “It is critical that as FirstNet becomes a reality and as such the use of broadband becomes more and more prevalent, smartphones, applications and accessories must work together toward the common of goal of serving first responders. At Sonim, we are taking the first steps in creating an open consumer-off-the-shelf platform of new and vibrant solutions,” said Bob Plaschke, CEO of Sonim.

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February 2, 2015
Major General Price Brings Military Expertise to Mutualink Advisory Board

Wallingford, CT – Mutualink is pleased to welcome Major General (Ret. U.S. Army) N. Lee S. Price to the company’s advisory board. MG Price is a highly-decorated U.S. Army veteran with more than 38 years of experience leading military and government organizations. Her background in communications systems and networked computer applications for the military is perfectly aligned with Mutualink’s technology and markets, and she will be an invaluable resource to the company.

“Mutualink’s real time any to any multimedia interoperability solution offers precisely the type of capabilities that the military is looking for. It enables joint and coalition interoperability on an on demand, secure ad hoc basis using any type of network transport from the tactical level up to command and control echelons,” said MG Price. “Not only does it bridge a vast array of radio and communications assets, it also can bridge ISR platforms allowing for vastly enhanced joint situational awareness. This is a transformative technology that can greatly assist our Nation and our partners. I look forward to using my experience to assist in the widespread adoption of this outstanding technology.”

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January 26, 2015
New York State Disaster Preparedness Expert Joins Mutualink Advisory Board

Wallingford, CT — Mutualink, Inc. today announced that James G. Natoli, who served for nearly 40 years in New York State’s legislative and executive branches, has joined the company’s distinguished advisory board. Mr. Natoli’s in-depth knowledge and experience in statewide disaster planning and response initiatives will be a significant asset to the Mutualink team.

“I was immediately impressed with the Mutualink communications platform when I first saw its capabilities, and I see enormous potential for its widespread use in state government,” said Mr. Natoli. “I look forward to offering my insight and expertise to help expand the use of Mutualink’s technology in statewide deployments in New York and around the country.”

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January 20, 2015
Mutualink Tactical Collaboration Nodes to Power First-Ever Public Safety Grade Mobile 4G LTE Network for the State of New Jersey

Wallingford, CT – Mutualink, Inc., a Connecticut-headquartered company specializing in real time voice, video and data interoperability for first responders and critical infrastructure, announced that its Tactical Collaboration Node™ solution was selected for inclusion in JerseyNet, New Jersey’s dedicated Band 14LTE deployable public safety network. Mutualink’s Tactical Collaboration Nodes will enable seamless voice interoperability with other radio and communications systems, and sharing of streaming video, text and files among responders both within a tactical deployment area and with other partner agencies and personnel on a wide-area to nationwide basis via the New Jersey Interoperable Response and Preparedness Platform (IRAPP) network. The New Jersey IRAPP connects hundreds of first responder agencies, emergency operations centers, hospitals and critical infrastructure entities into a secure, on-demand multimedia collaboration environment using existing infrastructure. Mutualink’s technology will be installed in multiple JerseyNet System on Wheels (SOWs) and will also be deployed within tactical portable cases that tether to the SOWs and can also connect to other networks.

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