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Edgewater Wireless OpenWrt code enables seamless adoption of Edgewater technology.

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Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc. (YFI; TSX.V) (OTCQB: KPIFF) the industry provider of Wi-Fi Spectrum Slicing technology for residential and commercial markets, has officially unveiled powerful new Dual Channel Wi-Fi(TM) software for the global Linux OpenWrt development community, the company said.

This work has been done in conjunction with CableLabs[R]' plan to drive global adoption of Dual Channel Wi-Fi(TM) for more efficient and reliable connectivity.

A revolutionary approach to alleviating jittery video and laggy gaming experiences, Dual Channel Wi-Fi enables one or more downlink-only data channels in addition to a standard bi-directional channel.

Compatible with all Wi-Fi releases, including Edgewater's MCSR(TM), Dual Channel Wi-Fi unlocks the unused spectrum to dramatically reduce contention and latency while increasing airtime utilization. Developed for various Access Points and client platforms, including set-top boxes, TVs and soon, gaming platforms and iPads, Dual Channel Wi-Fi can be implemented wherever traditional single-channel Wi-Fi struggles with contention -- in residential and enterprise applications globally.

Edgewater's Wi-Fi Spectrum Slicing represents the next generation of Wi-Fi technology, breaking the industry's reliance on single channel radio architecture and enabling multiple concurrent channels of transmit and receive from a single Wi-Fi standards compaliant radio.

Edgewater Wireless (www.edgewaterwireless.com) is the industry provider of innovative Wi-Fi technology for residential and commercial markets.

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