12/19/2005 - Roaming Messenger(r) (OTCBB: RMSG), the provider of a breakthrough mobile messaging technology, announces that the company has teamed up with San Diego State University's Visualization Center and Center for Homeland Security. The collaboration is to provide state-of-the-art solutions utilizing Roaming Messenger's market leading mobile messaging functionality to emergency responders at all levels of government.
Founded in 1897, SDSU is in the top 7% of higher education research institutions. San Diego State's Center for Homeland Security, is part of the Center for Information Technology and Infrastructure, which offers an Interdisciplinary Studies Homeland Security Masters Program. This educational environment brings together government policy and the latest state-of-the-art technology for all phases of public safety. Through this institution, SDSU provides assistance, knowledge and consulting to first responders, the intelligence community and critical infrastructure providers. The Center's expertise is also sought during special events like the Super Bowl where medical response to mass casualties could occur.
Roaming Messenger's CEO, Jon Lei said, "We are pleased to have formed this alliance with San Diego State University. They are intimately involved in bringing breakthrough technologies to major players in the homeland security arena. We look forward to working with SDSU to highlight and jointly demonstrate RMSG's secure, interoperable mobile messaging capabilities to the military, public safety and other markets that are in need of a robust and immediately deployable communications system."
About Roaming Messenger
Roaming Messenger is the provider of a breakthrough mobile messaging technology that delivers a completely new and better way for government agencies and corporations to extend information and business processes to the mobile world. The Company, based in Santa Barbara, California, has developed a proprietary technology that encapsulates workflow logic and data into smart software "messengers." Unlike regular e-mail and text messages, these messengers are encrypted, and have the ability to automatically move across wired and wireless devices, track down recipients, confirm receipt, deliver interactive content, and transmit real-time responses back to the sending application. The Roaming Messenger product is easily integrated into existing systems. It serves as a communication gateway to the mobile world for a variety of applications such as those used in emergency response, homeland security, logistics, healthcare, business continuity and financial services.
Roaming Messenger is certified as a member of the BlackBerry(r) Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Alliance program and has received Microsoft(r) Certified for Windows Mobile designation.
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