Roaming Messenger RM 2.0 Powers SAIC's Public Safety Integration Center

8/18/2005 - Roaming Messenger® (OTCBB: RMSG), the provider of a mobile messaging platform, announced that it has completed installation of its Roaming Messenger RM 2.0 at Science Applications International Corporation's (SAIC) Public Safety Integration Center (PSIC).

Located in the Washington, D.C. suburb of McLean, Va., SAIC's PSIC is a laboratory, testbed, and prototype demonstration facility that is used to illustrate the integration of capabilities and expertise from SAIC with vendors, service providers and the federal government to suit specific customer needs. Presented with scenarios tailored to PSIC visitors' requirements in the areas of homeland security, homeland defense and national security, PSIC staff demonstrates various integrated solutions to suit visitors' needs in areas that include policy, enterprise architecture, systems engineering, information technology, training and prevention.

With Roaming Messenger's technology, SAIC's PSIC can demonstrate secure, interoperable, and fully interactive messaging and communications capabilities between the wireless and wired world. Unlike e-mail or text messaging, which is point to point communication, Roaming Messenger's patent pending technology uses software "messengers" to move around autonomously in the mobile world, interacting with users and systems, bringing back data and decisions, all in real-time. Accordingly, government agencies can mobilize enterprise applications, and design work flow processes, which capture the full benefits of the mobile world. Roaming Messenger delivers interoperable capabilities to any solution that requires real-time information to be communicated and interacted with dynamically in a highly secure manner, thereby providing unique advantages for homeland security and emergency response.

"We welcome Roaming Messenger's technology to the growing list of vendors who are demonstrating their capabilities in SAIC's PSIC," said James W. Morentz, SAIC vice president for Homeland Security Technology.

"We are excited to be part of SAIC's PSIC and we look forward to showcasing our interactive messaging capabilities for the wireless and wired worlds to PSIC visitors and potential customers," said Jon Lei, Roaming Messenger's CEO.

About SAIC
From science to solutions, SAIC engineers and scientists solve complex technical problems in national security, homeland security, energy, the environment, space, telecommunications, health care, and logistics. With annual revenues of $7.2 billion, SAIC is the largest United States employee-owned research and engineering company, with more than 42,000 employees at offices in more than 150 cities worldwide. More information about SAIC can be found at

About Roaming Messenger
Roaming Messenger is the provider of a mobile messaging technology that delivers a completely new 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 can be 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. Visit the Company's website at:

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