|[December 28, 2012]
Mobilisa Wins Second Enterprise Wireless Contract
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. --(Business Wire)--
Mobilisa, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary
of�Intellicheck�Mobilisa,�Inc.�(NYSE�MKT:�IDN), was awarded a contract
from the Northwest Open Access Network (NoaNet) to provide high-speed
wireless broadband capabilities to several schools and libraries in the
Spokane area and Whitman Counties of Eastern Washington. The total
project is valued at $283,948.
Mobilisa was selected by a committee of technical experts after a
competitive bid and awarded a contract specifically focused on improving
wireless broadband access for governmental, medical, educational, public
safety as well as other important social services. Funding for the
project is a grant from the National Telecommunications Information
Administration's Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) Round
I program to NoaNet.
"Mobilisa won a competitive bid based upon a combination of price and
technical factors. Work is expected to be completed by end of January
2013," said Rob Kopp, NoaNet's Chief Technology Officer.
In commenting on the impact of securing this new contract, Dr. Nelson
Ludlow, CEO of Intellicheck Mobilisa, said: "We have competed for and
won other wireless projects around the country, it is a special honor to
have been selected to build a wireless network that will help students
and citizens of these rural communities."
The wireless network Mobilisa is contracted to build is an extension of
NoaNet's new fiber network. It is designed specifically to reach
locations that would be difficult to access or cost-prohibitive to lay
fiber. The Spokane Count community benefits from the advantage wireless
has of being cheaper than laying fiber while simultaneously serving as a
good source of redundancy to existing fiber. This project is anticipated
to be an excellent last-mile solution for transporting bandwidth to
businesses and key institutions in the area.
About Intellicheck Mobilisa
Intellicheck Mobilisa is a leading technology company providing wireless
technology and identity systems for various applications, including
mobile and handheld access control and security systems for the
government, military and commercial markets. Products include the
Fugitive Finder system, an advanced ID card access control product
currently protecting military bases and secure federal locations; ID
Check, a patented technology that instantly reads, analyzes, and
verifies encoded data in magnetic stripes and barcodes on
government-issued IDs, designed to improve the Customer Experience for
the financial, hospitality and retail sectors; and Aegeus, a wireless
security buoy system for the government, military and oil industry. For
more information on Intellicheck Mobilisa, please visit www.icmobil.com.
Northwest Open Access Network, Washington State's leading
nonprofit broadband provider, provides reliable high-speed
connectivity throughout Washington state. Our service makes life more
livable, businesses more productive, jobs more plentiful, and the
Internet more accessible for thousands of residents and organization.
NoaNet is a wholesale-only fiber backbone carrier. We work with retail
service providers to deliver finished services to end users.
Get the latest on NoaNet broadband expansion at�washingtonbroadband.org.
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