Wavion International Product Portfolio Launch Road Show Starts in Nigeria

Wavion Expands the Product Portfolio to Deliver Best-of-Breed Access and Backhaul Solutions in the 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz Unlicensed Bands 

Yoqne’am, Israel, February 2, 2009 — Wavion™, a company transforming the Metro and Rural broadband wireless access market with a new category of Wi-Fi Base Station, today announced that it is conducting a global road show to launch it expanded product portfolio. The Wavion team, together with local partner Emperion will present in Nigeria on February 10 & 12 as the first stop in the road show.

The road show in Nigeria consists of a full day of lectures and workshops. It will be offered on 2 different days and locations in Nigeria:

Abuja: Tuesday, February 10th, Sharon Ultimate Hotel, 
Plot 1710, Tafawa Belwa Way, Area 3, Garki , Abuja.

Lagos: Thursday, February 12th, Multipurpose Hall 3, University of Lagos (UNILAG) , Akoka, Yaba,  Lagos

The following topics will be covered:
- Introduction to Emperion & Franchise Program.
- Wavion Product Portfolio
- Wavion Base-stations
- Wavion Support systems: NMS, Billing & Provisioning
- Wavion CPEs
- Wavion‘s selection and integration into Emperion’s  Nation wide Franchise program,

Wavion’s WBS family of base stations, based on its unique and powerful spatially adaptive beamforming technology, provide extended range and throughput and enables high quality connectivity to off-the-shelf standard clients. Wavion’s WBS family triples the coverage and doubles the capacity in comparison to conventional solutions.

 “We have selected Nigeria as the first stop of our global road show since we believe that Nigeria’s wireless broadband access market is poised for rapid growth,” said Eran Kaplan, Executive Vice President for Sales and Marketing of Wavion. “Furthermore, with a strong local partner such as Emperion, with its unique franchise program and its first class customer support services, we are confident in our ability to take a lion share of this growing market.”

Wavion and Emperion have partnered on a large scale, nationwide project in Nigeria, wherein. Wavion’s WBS-2400 Base Stations will deliver high-speed internet access
(Wi-Fi) to large and small towns, as well as rural villages in Nigeria.

About Emperion
Emperion is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and a fully owned subsidiary of Emperion A/S Denmark. Emperion has initiated a nationwide franchise program in Nigeria that will provide high quality internet services to the mass market through its Emperion Franchise program encompassing Hot Zones, Cyber Zones, Video Zones, Support Zones and Stock Point Zones.  Emperion is a leader name in Nigerian corporate communications networks and has Nigeria’s top seven banks and a major blue chip company on its network. Emperion has now ventured into the retail market through its nationwide franchise program. Emperion head office is in Copenhagen, Denmark and has a Middle East office in Dubai.  Emperion is funded by Scandinavia’s premier venture capital company Andersen Advisory Group (www.aag.dk). For more details please visit www.emperion.net

About Wavion
Wavion Wireless Networks is transforming the unlicensed broadband wireless access market with powerful solutions based on beamforming technology. Wavion provides end-to-end solutions including access, backhaul, CPEs, NMS, service provisioning and billing. With superior coverage and greater capacity, Wavion's solutions enable service providers, communities and enterprises to deliver high quality service in urban and rural applications while reducing CAPEX and OPEX by more than 50%.

Wavion is privately held and backed by world-class investors including Tel Aviv-based Elron Electronic Industries Ltd. (NASDAQ: ELRN), and BRM Capital. Wavion headquarters are located in Yoqne’am, Israel and the company has offices in Miami, San Paulo, Buenos Aires, Moscow and New Delhi. To learn more, please visit Wavion at http://www.wavionnetworks.com.

Wavion Contact: Hila Nagel, hila@wavionnetworks.com

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