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Platforms Wireless Announces First Sales of ROSETTA-911(TM) Interoperable Communications Systems for Critical Emergencies and Natural or Man-Made Disasters.

LOS ANGELES -- Platforms Wireless International Corporation, (Pink Sheets:PLFM) (www.plfm.net), the developer of the innovative Airborne Relay Communications "ARC" System Core Technology for wireless voice and data communications, announced today it has received orders for the Commercial and Military System models of its ROSETTA-911[TM] Interoperable Communications Systems for rapid response to critical emergencies and natural or man-made disasters.

Following a series of System demonstrations, Platforms Wireless delivered its first ROSETTA-911[TM] Commercial System Model M-2; System Configuration (SYSCON) C-2, on June 9, 2007. Initial feedback on the performance of the System has been positive. The ROSETTA-911[TM] Military System, Model M-1, SYSCON C-1 is scheduled for delivery in August 2007.

The ROSETTA-911[TM] Interoperable Communications System is one of the most advanced, transportable radio, cellular, and Internet/VOIP interoperable communications systems available for rapid response to critical emergencies and natural or man-made disasters. The System offers Internet/VOIP connectivity with two independent IP addresses, and it enables disparate VHF, UHF, 800 MHz radios, cellular and land-line (secured) telephones to interconnect and communicate with each other, regardless of differences in equipment makes or brands, communications protocols, and/or communications backbone systems.

ROSETTA-911[TM] Systems are easy-to-use, turn-key systems that interface seamlessly with existing legacy radios and communications infrastructures -- without the need to change or replace existing equipment. ROSETTA-911[TM] Systems are delivered ready to use and fully equipped with VHF, UHF, 800 MHz mobile (LMR) radios, matching portable radios, a cellular and land-line (STU-III compatible) telephone port, Internet/VOIP communications connectivity with two independent IP addresses, a custom, tri-band interoperable antenna, easy-to-use, comprehensive command and control facilities that enable incident commanders to efficiently control, direct, and manage emergency first response critical communications traffic, and a mil-spec transportable roller case.

ROSETTA-911[TM] Systems are designed to: (i) seamlessly interface and integrate with the Platforms RECOM-911[TM] Rapid Response Airborne Cellular Communications System to provide integrated, interoperable radio, cellular, and Internet/VOIP communications system facilities; and/or (ii), operate separately and independently, as a transportable radio and cellular interoperable communications systems field station, with Internet/VOIP communications connectivity.

ROSETTA-911[TM] Interoperable Communications Systems are currently being marketed to the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, all branches of the military, critical-incident first-response organizations, including law-enforcement, fire departments, emergency medical services, and various civilian and security organizations that depend on radio communications to perform their work. The System is also being featured and exhibited at major military trade shows and conventions, and demonstrated at major military exercises.

Lawrence McLean, Vice President, Operations of Platforms Wireless observed: "We are very pleased with the quality and reliability of our ROSETTA-911[TM] Interoperable Communications Systems, and the positive responses we are receiving on our new product. Our present focus is on improving, standardizing, and streamlining our manufacturing, testing, and quality control processes to ensure the quality and reliability of our products. At the same time, we are working diligently on new RECOM-911[TM] complementary system products, and arranging for manufacturing facilities to support the anticipated market demand for our state-of-the-art, emergency communications system products."

William C. Martin, President & CEO of Platforms Wireless, stated: "We are pleased and proud to announce the first sales of our ROSETTA-911[TM] Interoperable Communications Systems. We believe these initial sales represent an important validation of our decision to expand and broaden our emergency communications system product lines. These initial sales also mark the beginning of a significant and challenging new period for our Company, as we transition from an R&D organization to a revenue-generating, production enterprise. We thank our strategic partners for their continuing support and invaluable assistance. This success would not have been possible without their involvement and participation."

ABOUT PLATFORMS WIRELESS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION (OTC: "PLFM")

Platforms Wireless International Corporation, headquartered in Westlake Village, California, is the developer of the innovative airborne wireless communications technology known as the Airborne Relay Communications "ARC" System Core Technology[TM]. The ARC System Core Technology is designed to provide multiple wide area wireless telecommunications services from a lighter-than-air platform suspended 1,000 to 5,000 meters above mean sea level by a tethered aerostat. The RECOM-911[TM], "Rapid Response Emergency Communications System," is the Company's flagship product, and a derivative system product of the ARC System Core Technology. The RECOM-911[TM] System is an airborne, rapid response emergency communications system that can be readily transported to critical emergency and natural or man-made disaster locations. The System provides a cellular communications airborne service coverage diameter of 220-kilometers, or a 60 to 70-mile radius, with a service capacity of 35,000 to 50,000 users. The RECOM-911[TM] System interfaces with the ROSETTA-911[TM] System to provide VHF, UHF, 800 MHz radio and cellular interoperability facilities with Internet/VOIP communications connectivity. The ROSETTA-911[TM] System can also operate as a separate, transportable, independent interoperable communications field station. Management believes its advances in the field of airborne wireless communications technology, reinforced by new product developments, will provide efficient, cost-effective, voice and data communications solutions for rapid response to critical emergencies and natural or man-made disasters, and for augmenting, replacing, and/or supplementing terrestrial land-line and wireless telecommunications infrastructures. For more information on Platforms Wireless, please visit http://www.plfm.net

SAFE HARBOR ACT DISCLAIMER NOTICE

Platforms Wireless is a "development stage company." Information relevant to the company's operations, revenue history, and financial outlook can be found at http://www.plfm.net. All statements in this press release which are not historical facts are "forward-looking statements," within the meaning of Rule 175 under the Securities Act of 1933, and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Accordingly, all such statements are subject to the safe harbor created by such rules. Forward-looking statements are all statements, expressed or implied, that relate to any and all of the Company's future plans including, without limitation, management's beliefs, business strategies, expectations, or any business activities that involve the uncertainty and risk of future expectations. Forward-looking statements include, without limitation, any and all statements, expressed or implied, regarding the Company's technology, products, marketing plans and strategies, planned demonstrations, markets for its products and services, expected or projected results of sales efforts and operations; all such statements, whether expressed or implied, represent management's beliefs, predictions, expectations, and anticipations. No assurance can be given that any such beliefs, predictions, expectations, and anticipations will prove accurate and correct, or that any of the anticipated future results will be achieved. Numerous risk factors can cause actual results to differ materially from the results indicated, expressed, expected, projected, anticipated, or implied in forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the Company's forward-looking statements include but are not limited to the following: pending civil litigation in which a Court has issued an order in the SEC's favor (with the Company seeking the Court's reconsideration) on alleged violations of Section 5 and 10(b) in 2000 and 2001,which could result in substantial amounts being levied against the company and its officers, including possible officer and director bars, but which the Company is vigorously contesting and prepared to appeal; capital market risks; the Company's ability to raise additional capital when needed; market acceptance of the Company's technologies and products; limited financial and technical resources necessary to market and produce its products; ability to keep up with rapid technological changes; ability to obtain required permits, licenses, and authorizations from domestic and foreign regulatory agencies in a timely manner; dependence on the ability of third parties to successfully manufacture and consistently provide key system parts and components for the Company's products; dependence on the ability of third parties to successfully represent and market the Company's system products and services; the ability of the System products to perform efficiently, cost effectively, and profitably in highly-competitive markets; customer acceptance of product demonstrations and sales placements; the unknown impact of unstable, shifting, and unpredictable economic, markets, and geo-political global conditions domestically and internationally, including natural disasters, war, terrorist acts, and acts of God; the unknown impact of possible entry into the market by larger and better capitalized competitors. Accordingly, there is no assurance that the information expressed or implied in this press release will prove reliable, accurate, or correct. Additionally, all forward-looking statements in this press release are made only as of the date the information was initially published in the press release. Except as expressly required by federal securities laws, the Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in circumstances, or any other reason. Therefore, the reader is cautioned to read this Disclaimer Notice carefully, and not to rely on any forward-looking statements expressed or implied in this press release.
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