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Tue, Mar 31, 2009

ICG Enhances NxtMail Server

Allows Interfacing With Iridium And InMarSat Networks

International Communications Group (ICG) announced Tuesday it has enhanced its new NxtMail with modifications that will add ease and flexibility to its installation in virtually any aircraft and offer customers the ability to interface with both the Iridium satellite network and InMarSat Swift Broadband.

"We have learned a great deal from our customers since we first launched the NxtMail server last October," said ICG Vice President of Sales Jeff Saucedo. "Basically, we are now saying, 'you spoke and we listened' to those who evaluated NxtMail over the past few months. The enhanced design we're announcing today is now even easier to install and more flexible. We've integrated the WIFI card into the unit, itself, eliminating the 'fit' problem created by the protruding card in the previous version. We've also added an external remote antenna, as well. These modifications will ensure that the lightweight unit can be easily and quickly installed in virtually any type and size of aircraft."

"Additionally, the NxtMail server is now configured to connect to an InMarSat SBB terminal as a complimentary installation, as well as to Iridium as a single radio, as before. This means that customers can 'have their cake and eat it too,' when it comes to defining their preferred networks. NxtMail will switch seamlessly between datalink providers," Saucedo added.

ICG says the enhanced NxtMail server is the least expensive E-mail solution on the market. It facilitates and manages communications and data routing and will operate with any of the ICG NxtLink Iridium Systems such as the ICS-100 and 200. It also supports a variety of Wi-Fi enabled devices, including Blackberrys and IPhones and mail servers such as Blackberry Internet Service, Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES), Blackberry PIN messaging, Blackberry Instant Messenger, Yahoo, Gmail, and HotMail webmail, and MS Exchange Server ActiveSync.

"NxtMail is the only truly global datalink system. Now, in response to customer input, we've made it even more versatile and universally compatible. It's the simplest and the best way to stay connected in flight," Saucedo concluded.

FMI: www.icg.aero

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