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FIRST SECURE COMPUTER FAX INTERFACE WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THIS WEEK AT MILITARY TRADE SHOW IN WASHINGTON

FIRST SECURE COMPUTER FAX INTERFACE WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THIS WEEK
 AT MILITARY TRADE SHOW IN WASHINGTON
 EVENT:
 The first computer fax interface to enable government and military officials to fax secure information directly fromt their personal computers will be demonstrated at a military trade show in Washington this week. It is the first product to enable users who depend on secure communications to send faxes through personal computers and still comply with strict government communication standards.
 DATE/TIME/LOCATION:
 Feb. 5-6
 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Feb. 5
 9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m., Feb. 6
 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
 Computing Conference and Exposition
 Hyatt Regency Crystal City
 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway
 Arlington, Va.
 Background Information on the PC-161 Interface
 The PC-161 computer fax interface was developed and introduced last November by Encryptco, Inc. (ECI), a Dallas-based company that specializes in the manufacture and sale of advanced secure data transmission products for government, military and commercial users worldwide.
 Priced at under $2,000, the PC-161 uses revolutionary technology to allow users who depend on secure communications to send faxes directly through their STU-111 and IBM, IBM-compatible or Macintosh Apple personal computers and still comply with Military Standard 188-161B/C.
 Benefits/Advantages
 The PC-161 saves government and military organizations the cost of purchasing expensive secure fax machines that can cost as much as $10,000-$15,000, improves efficiency by allowing an easier flow of sensitive information over secure lines, and works with existing office equipment to make secure communications more convenient without impairing security.
 The price of the unit makes the PC-161 an affordable way to immediately comply with Military Standard 161B/C, while its design enables government and military organizations to take advantage of and remain compatible with future technological breakthroughs and convenience-related advances.
 Background Information on the TX-161 Protocol Converter
 Also on display at the conference will be ECI's TX-161, the company's first advanced secure data transmission component. The TX-161 is a state-of-the-art protocol converter that allows users of secure communications to fax information without having to replace existing equipment with a secure facsimile machine.
 Called "The Intelligent Link," the TX-161 links encryption devices, such as a STU-III, with Group III fax machines to facilitate compliance with Military Standard 161B. Priced at $2,500 for the basic unit, it can be easily upgraded to accommodate new facsimile technologies or standards that the government and military may adopt in the future.
 NOTE: PC-161 and TX-161 are trademarks of Encryptco.
 CONTACT: Edward Segal for Encryptco, Inc., 202-333-7966.
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