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GetWireless Announces North American Distribution Agreement with Option

GetWireless, a national distributor of cellular-based solutions, today announced a North American distribution agreement with Option (EURONEXT Brussels: OPTI; OTC: OPNVY), a global leader in wireless broadband technology. GetWireless will now be a premier North American distributor for Option’s GlobeSurfer® III broadband router and the iCON® 452 USB modem, some of the first products of their kind to operate on the AWS frequency band in the United States.

The GlobeSurfer III, a broadband router with Wi-Fi and voice, and the iCON 452, a high-end USB-modem offering worldwide connectivity, are welcome additions to the GetWireless product suite. The demand for AWS compatible products is far greater than what is currently available in the North American marketplace.

Option, headquartered in Leuven (Belgium), has established an impressive reputation for creating innovative products that enhance the performance and functionality of wireless communications, with an emphasis on addressing broadband cellular solutions as their distribution landscape broadens.

“Option is very excited about the opportunity to partner with a value-added distributor such as GetWireless and to bring its GlobeSurfer III wireless router and iCON452 USB-modem to the broader North American market” commented Chip Frederking, Option Global VP of Sales.

“By adding these cutting-edge devices our portfolio of wireless solutions, we will fill a need amongst AWS service providers and their customers,” said Brian Taney, Chief Executive Officer of GetWireless. “The Option products will be a great fit for many of our partners.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCTS CAN BE FOUND AT

GlobeSurfer®III: http://www.option.com/en/product /products/wireless-routers/globesurfer3/

iCON® 452: http://www.option.com/en/products/products/usb-modems/icon452/

ABOUT GETWIRELESS

GetWireless, established in 2001 and based in Minneapolis, MN, is a national distributor of cellular-based solutions serving industries in which communications are critical and landlines are not readily available. GetWireless provides service and support for a multitude of voice, fax, data, and telemetry products that operate on the world’s existing cellular networks.

For more information visit www.getwirelessllc.com

ABOUT OPTION

Option, the wireless technology company, is a leading innovator in the design, development and manufacture of 3G HSUPA, HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, and WLAN technology products for wireless connectivity solutions. Option has established an impressive reputation for creating exciting products that enhance the performance and functionality of wireless communications. Option is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium. The company also has Research & Development in Belgium (Leuven), Germany (Augsburg) and an ISO 9001 production engineering and logistics facility in Ireland (Cork). Option maintains offices in Europe, US, Greater China, Japan and Australia.

For more information please visit www.option.com.

Copyright ©2010 OPTION. All rights reserved. All product and company names herein may be (registered) trademarks or trade names.

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