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[February 20, 2013]

Rajant to Exhibit Kinetic Mesh Networking Solutions at 2013 SME Annual Meeting & Exhibit

MALVERN, Pa. --(Business Wire)--

Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh Networks and provider of pervasive, multi-frequency wireless solutions, will showcase its Kinetic Mesh Networking solutions at the 2013 SME Annual Meeting & Exhibit show on February 24-27, 2013 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

Rajant BreadCrumb® network nodes reliably provide data, video and voice communications in some of the largest and most productive open pit and underground mines in the world. The BreadCrumb nodes, along with Rajant's InstaMesh routing technology, are used to serve a wide range of mining applications including fleet management, condition monitoring, high precision drilling and excavating and gas well monitoring.

2013 SME Exhibition attendees can visit Rajant in booth number 727 to learn firsthand how Rajant out performs its competition. Rajant's customers continually share that Rajant's technology is superior in terms of reliability, adapability, integration, data security, sustainability, extensibility and capacity.

"Our proven networks continue to deliver the most reliable multi-frequency, high-bandwidth connectivity available to handle high-performance applications-including voice and video," said Bob Schena, founder and CEO of Rajant Corporation. "There are a multitude of reasons why some of the largest, most productive mines worldwide continue to choose Rajant, and we're looking forward to showing the attendees at SME how we're different, and why they should trust their networks to Rajant."

Kinetic Mesh Networking - Motion, Flexibility, Availability

Rajant's solutions are based on the proven Rajant BreadCrumb® wireless, portable mesh networking nodes and InstaMesh software, which enable continuous and instantaneous routing of wireless and wired connections. This dynamic frequency utilization capability allows for total network mobility - Kinetic Meshing - as well as robust fault tolerance, high throughput and low latency.

The range of applications supported by Kinetic Mesh Networking is virtually unlimited - from remote monitoring and equipment conditions, voice and data communications, and video security. Rajant's technology is used extensively today in demanding mining and military operations, and can provide the same levels of reliable security, safety and productivity for any industry that must monitor and protect remote infrastructure.

Click the links to learn more about Rajant's proven portfolio of networking solutions and see how Rajant connects the oil & gas, mining, military, first responders, municipalities, service providers and telcos markets.

About Rajant

Rajant Corporation enables secure communications-on-the-move through a portable meshed wireless network that can rapidly reconfigure and adapt in real-time. Rajant's BreadCrumb® Wireless solutions provide networks for Military, Mining, Oil & Gas, Homeland Security, First Responders, Telecommunications Service Providers and Public Safety and provide voice and data communications across a meshed, self-healing network. Rajant's BreadCrumb network nodes communicate with IP based client devices such as laptops, PDAs, video cameras, satellite terminals, networked radios, RFID's and sensor devices. Please visit or call (484) 595-0233.

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