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Catcher Holdings Inc. Lands Contract for Initial Deployments at Nine Homeland Security and State Government Agencies
Date:3/11/2008

Our advanced implementation of biometric identification features, such as iris scanning and fingerprint identification, were specifically designed to meet these changing needs and were pivotal in this recent decision to select our new product offering. We look forward to continuing to support our government's Homeland Security efforts."

The CATCHER Rhino is an advanced convergent device, produced by Catcher Holdings, Inc. The product is a ruggedized mobile computer with integrated GPS, voice, data, biometric and a suite of communications technologies. The computing platform, built to be MIL-STD 810F compliant, is based on embedded Intel chipsets, features an 80 Gigabyte hard drive and up to 2 Gigabytes of random access memory, dual batteries and an advanced 6.5" sunlight readable touch screen display. Additional features include two video cameras with digital watermarking capabilities, biometric sensors including a fingerprint scanner an optional iris-scanning camera and digital voice recorder. A unique emergency alert attribute of the Rhino features a "Panic Button" that when depressed automatically begins recording the audio and video events that occur. A wired and wireless communications suite which includes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi-802.11 b/g and Gigabit Ethernet is standard. Additional information about the CATCHER Rhino is available at: http://www.catcherinc.com

About Catcher Holdings, Inc.

Catcher Holdings, Inc. is a leading provider of standards-based solutions that address high-speed mobile computing for the harshest and most demanding application environments. The Company combines Vivato(TM) Networks patented Packet Steering(TM) phase array WiFi base stations with the CATCHER(R) family of command and control platforms to address technology requirements where ruggedized, mobile computing devices and high-speed WiFi network connectivity are required.

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