Cellpoint presents advanced multi-vendor location services platform

CELLPOINT PRESENTS ADVANCED MULTI-VENDOR LOCATION SERVICES PLATFORM Cannes, February 22, 2001 - CellPoint (Nasdaq: CLPT) is presenting Mobile Location System 5.0 at 3GSM World in Cannes this week. Mobile Location System (MLS 5.0) is CellPoint's most advanced location services platform offering to date, with full roaming support and network-based location of mobile phones in both active and idle modes. "The latest CellPoint development will deliver high-speed, high-capacity location services," said Lars Persson, CEO of CellPoint Systems. "This technology uses GSM functionality which is already supported by the majority of GSM networks, which means no network upgrades or overlays are necessary. We're also deeply involved in the location standards work with the Location Interoperability Forum (LIF) and have our interfaces aligned to coming standards which is vital for the future of the industry and the viability of any location platform." Mobile Location System (MLS 5.0) is the next generation of CellPoint's existing commercial solutions. It supports the location of all GSM circuit- switched and GSM GPRS Class 1 & 2 phones without the need for terminal or SIM card upgrades. Supporting the location of mobile phones in both idle and active mode provides the capabilities needed by all types of location applications including fleet management, friend finder and local information services, as well as handling authentication, authorization and subscriber privacy management. "CellPoint set out to create a multi-vendor location-based services solution providing a fast route to an operator's entire customer base¯MLS 5.0 delivers all this plus much more," added Persson. MLS 5.0 provides open interfaces aligned to UMTS standards, offering a future-proof location services solution for both operators and application developers. High capacity, non-stop performance is based on full hardware and software redundancy. MLS 5.0 is available for both Sun Solaristm and Windows 2000® Advanced Server platforms. CellPoint is presenting this solution in Cannes this week at 3GSM World and is doing several live demonstrations that include a location-based Yellow Pages® application with Oracle, new location quality tools for GSM operators and commercial end-user applications. "Being able to show real live services makes us one of the busiest exhibits at the entire 3GSM Congress," said Persson. CellPoint Inc. (Nasdaq: CLPT, www.cellpoint.com) is a US company with subsidiary operations in Sweden, Great Britain and South Africa, delivering location and wireless telemetry services in cooperation with cellular operators worldwide. CellPoint's end-to-end cellular location technology offers a high-capacity solution for unmodified GSM networks and uses standard GSM or WAP phones and standard Internet services. Several commercial applications are available for business and personal location services including Resource Manager for mobile resource management, iMate for location-sensitive information and Finder, an application for locating friends and family. Subsidiary Unwire's programmable telemetry terminal servers are also integrated with the CellPoint System Platform enabling a broad range of telemetry applications for wireless remote management and control. For information, please contact: CellPoint Systems.: Lars Persson, tel: +44 1932 895 310 E-mail: info@cellpoint.com Web site: www.cellpoint.com CellPointtm, Finder, Resource Manager, iMate and CellPoint Systemstm are trademarks of CellPoint Inc. Forward-looking statements in this release are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those projected in any forward-looking statement. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainties which may cause actual results to differ from those described. Copyright © CellPoint Inc. 2001 ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/02/22/20010222BIT01400/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/02/22/20010222BIT01400/bit0001.pdf