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New AERIUS Cell Phones Direct Microwave Signals Away from Users
Date:12/2/2009

Revolutionary new cell phones that direct microwave signal transmissions away from users will be available in early 2010 from Aerius International Ltd.

(PRWEB) December 2, 2009 -- Revolutionary new cell phones that direct microwave signal transmissions away from users will be available in early 2010 from Aerius International Ltd. The technology was recently honored with a Green Technology Award in wireless communication from Frost & Sullivan.

Cell phones use microwaves to communicate and according to Bill Luxon, Aerius CEO, "50% or more of those microwaves are absorbed by users. FCC tests show Aerius technology equipped phones eliminated 99.4% of cell phone microwaves absorbed by users below the US limit of 1.6 W/Kg."

Tests by T-Mobile USA and Rogers Wireless in Canada also show Aerius equipped phones increased signals available to networks 100% to 300%, which according to Joe Davis, Aerius VP Manufacturing, "would reduce dropped calls up to 60%. Another benefit is 2 to 4 more hours of battery life," said Davis.

According to Frost & Sullivan’s Green Technology award, widespread deployment of Aerius phones would save carriers up to 5 tons of carbon dioxide emissions per cell site per year, an added benefit for carrier profitability and the world’s environment.

"Because Aerius virtually eliminates SAR, or the specific absorption rate of cell phone radiation by users, it virtually eliminates health risks associated with long-term use of wireless phones recently reported by the World Health Organization and others, allowing everyone to use their phones worry-free," said Luxon.

"To benefit consumers worldwide independent carrier and lab test reports regarding Aerius phone performance have been posted in multiple languages on the Aerius website, goaerius.com," reported Chuck Closterman, Aerius VP International Sales.

About Frost & Sullivan: Frost & Sullivan is a growth consulting company with over 45 years of experience in partnering with Global 1000 companies, emerging businesses and the investment community from more than 30 offices on six continents. For more information visit http://www.frost.com.

About Aerius International, Ltd: Aerius International is a company with engineering facilities in Silicon Valley California and marketing offices in Las Vegas Nevada. Aerius has developed a patented wireless antenna technology that tests by the FCC show reduces cell phone signal loss into users an average 99.4%. Also tests by carriers and independent certified labs show Aerius adds 66% to battery life, reduces dropped calls up to 60%, and increases phone coverage areas 180%.

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