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Seamless Peer 2 Peer Achieves Last Deliverable Before June 2006 Deployment of Phenom
LAS VEGAS, NV, Apr 20, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (OTC BB: SLWF) subsidiary Seamless P2 Peer, Inc. announced today that they have reached the last major milestone, which is a functional user interface and chat client, leading up to the launch of Phenom 3.0. Phenom is Peer 2 Peer Virtual Private Network software.
This milestone is the last one before beginning Phenom's Beta Testing in two months with deployment in June 2006.
Work on the user interface has gone forward and the development team is currently testing a fully functional chat client, including industry-first features such as a fully 'What You See Is What You Get' (WYSIWYG) Peer 2 Peer chat client, which at the current development point means that users can type in any font or style available, transmit complex text such as paragraphs, lists, etc., all within a chat session. HTML chat, images and complex media such as video, audio and animation are also supported within the chat window. The capabilities of the chat client lend itself particularly well to business collaboration.
"We see this last milestone as being extremely important in Phenom's appeal to the business market, as users can share complex documents within a session and see and edit them as they are," said Lucanas Rippy, President of Seamless Peer 2 Peer. "Users will be able to cut and paste the results of the collaboration back into their documents. When combined with some of the other features not yet announced that are currently in development, Phenom 3.0 will enable real time Internet meetings that are just as productive as a traditional sit-down meeting. We are very excited to have made such significant and ground-breaking progress and look forward to bringing Phenom 3.0 to market by the end of the second quarter of 2006."
The first Phenom 3.0 development milestone achieved in March 2006 was the development of the Seamless' Secure Private Network (SPN) Layer. The Seamless P2P SPN Layer allows transmission of data to peers in a transparent manner in conventional IP networks in such a way that information can be shared among peers even if one or more peers are behind proxies, Firewalls, or NATs. The SPN Layer is a fully extensible platform that will be integrated into Phenom 3.0 as well as future Seamless products.
Phenom(TM) Encryption Software V3.0 is a Peer 2 Peer Virtual Private Network for Wi-Fi networks, LANs and WANs that provides Chat, Peer-Mail, File Transfer and Remote PC Control applications. Phenom utilizes public-key authentication and encryption using the 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
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Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc. (www.slwf.net) is a public company (OTC BB: SLWF) based in Las Vegas, Nevada with three operating subsidiaries: Seamless Skyy-Fi, Inc. (www.skyyfi.com), Seamless Peer 2 Peer, Inc. (www.seamlessp2p.net) and Seamless Internet (www.seamlessinternet.com).
Seamless Skyy-Fi is forging a network of Wi-Fi Hot Spots in targeted geographic and vertical markets across the country and has achieved initial success providing hotel and retail Wi-Fi hotspots. Seamless Peer 2 Peer develops Phenom(TM) Virtual Internet Extranet encryption software, which provides SOX and HIPAA-compliant secure peer mail, chat, file transfer, remote PC access, secure VoIP, video conferencing and white boarding in a two Mb client download. Seamless Internet offers high security hosting services for Seamless Peer 2 Peer and Skyy-Fi clients and is not available for general public hosting services. Seamless Internet is also manufacturing and marketing the ED.1.
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SOURCE: Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc.