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The Network Connection, Inc. Announces The M2V Communications Control Server.

ALPHARETTA, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 16, 1999--The Network Connection, Inc. (TNCi) (NASDAQ: TNCX), announced today the M2V(R) Communications Control Server, which functions as the interface between the PBX and the services available in business and hotel applications.

The M2V CCS is based upon TNCi's Cheetah(R) Video/Data Servers and provides simultaneous storage and distribution of Voice, E-Mail, Fax, Data and Video on Demand Services to as many as 450 users.

For example, when the M2V is installed in a hotel, the communication function will be controlled through TNCi's Set Top PC (STPC) in the room using the TV Receiver as the display. TNCi's remote IR controller delivers these commands to both units. This means the guest is able to control their telephone using the remote control and TV display.

In addition, the M2V CCS can become the PBX interface for business applications using the Executive Desk Interface - which provides desktop network control for multiple telephone lines or extensions and allows their use through the existing PC control and display.

The PC user can simultaneously use their multi-line phone (for voice or data modem), access E-Mail or Fax, and request video files for training or other uses.

TNCi designs, manufactures and distributes the Cheetah(R) family of video server platforms that enable the storage and delivery of up to 1,000 hours of digital video/audio data to up to 450 simultaneous video/audio users over local area networks. Cheetah Servers are used to bring interactive, on-demand, full-motion video training, education and entertainment to the networked client computers in the corporate, home, educational, (EduView[R]) aircraft (AirView[R]), cruise ship (CruiseView[tm]), train (TrainView[R]), and hotel (InnView[tm]) travel-related entertainment and transport environments. Visit TNCi's new web site at

Statements in this press release that are not descriptions of historical facts may be forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties, including economic, competitive and technological factors affecting the Company's operations, markets, products, services and prices, as well as other specific factors discussed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. These and other factors may cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated.
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