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To: Al Collard who wrote (1678)10/4/2001 8:14:21 AM
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Infowave Announces Planned Support for Microsoft Pocket PC 2002

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA--(PocketPC 2002 Launch Event)

Participates as Pocket PC 2002 Launch Partner, Showcases Solutions
Beyond Wireless e-mail, Including Java/DB2 Applications and

Infowave Software (TSE: IW), a global provider of software that
connects enterprise applications to wireless devices, today
announced planned support for Microsoft Windows-Powered PocketPC
2002 Software, Microsoft's next-generation software for personal
digital assistants (PDAs). Infowave is participating in Microsoft
Pocket PC 2002 launch activities with a demonstration of the
Infowave Wireless Business Engine and specific application
connectors running on a Compaq iPAQ.

"Corporations view wireless access to data such as sales force
automation applications and enterprise resource planning
applications as key elements in their mobile computing solutions,"
said Rogers Weed, general manager for the mobility division at
Microsoft Corp. "Infowave helps address this key enterprise need
providing access to critical business data on a Pocket PC."

"We are pleased to announce support for Microsoft Pocket PC 2002
and to make available real-world, wireless business solutions
using sophisticated enterprise applications," said Infowave Vice
President of Marketing, Ron Jasper. "Wireless access to email is
expected functionality these days. Using the Infowave Wireless
Business Engine, customers can access all three domains of data
they care about, email/collaboration applications, Web-enabled
applications and legacy and client/server applications, making
PocketPC 2002-based devices a truly useful enterprise tool that
gives users ultimate flexibility in what they access wirelessly."

Infowave's Wireless Business Engine provides real-time, secure
connectivity between a wide range of applications and devices. It
is designed to reduce the inefficiencies and complexities inherent
in wireless data - all while fitting directly into an enterprise's
technical environment. Infowave has developed application
connectors to work in conjunction with the Infowave Wireless
Business Engine as follows:

* Infowave Open Application Connector is an enterprise
connectivity tool that provides wireless access to legacy and
client server applications

* Infowave Web Connector is a wireless connectivity tool that
provides wireless access to the Internet, corporate intranets and
any web-based application

* Infowave Exchange Connector allows secure wireless connectivity
to Microsoft Exchange, complementing synchronization solutions
with the best of intelligent real-time email

Enterprises can tailor the Infowave Wireless Business Engine to
include the specific capabilities the company needs by switching
on the appropriate connectors. Infowave's Wireless Business Engine
works on a wide range of devices, including WAP phones, handheld
computers, laptops and PDAs, [j1], over a wide range of wireless
networks, including CDPD, GSM, GPRS, TDMA, CDMA and Mobitex. The
Infowave Wireless Business Engine is powered by Infowave AirPower,
Infowave's network intelligent wireless middleware that provides
the advanced data delivery capabilities required by customers and
users of smart wireless devices like laptops and PDAs.

At the Compaq booth located in the Partner Pavilion at the Pocket
PC 2002 launch event, representatives will be demonstrating the
Infowave Wireless Business Engine and highlighting wireless access
to a typical client/server application, including a Java/DB2
application, as well as Web-based applications like Customer
Relationship Management (CRM). The demonstrations will showcase
the Infowave Open Application Connector and Infowave Web
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