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Silo Wireless, Inc. and Tazca Connects Deploy Fast, Easy and Affordable 4G LTE Rural Wireless Network in Ontario, Canada

Silo Wireless and Tazca Connects partner to Change the Rural Ontario Wireless Landscape by providing fast, easy and affordable high-speed rural Internet infrastructure

ITASCA, Ill., April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Silo Wireless, Inc. announces plans to deploy a large multi county 4G LTE Rural Wireless Network in Ontario, Canada that accelerates rural connections and broadband services. Silo Wireless is expanding its high-speed rural Internet infrastructure by deploying fast, easy and affordable 4G LTE Rural Wireless for residents, businesses, government, schools and farmers.

Andreas Wiatowski, Silo Wireless CEO, stated that Silo selected "Tazca Connects since their 4G LTE service was based on Lemko Corporation's virtualized and distributed LTE architecture, a true innovation that makes LTE very cost-effective. With Tazca Connects, LTE is available on-demand with new coverage and capacity capabilities versus traditional WISP infrastructures, even across challenging terrains and environments. Tazca Connects has proven that they have a good Rural LTE model that distributes the LTE core to the network edge and brings industry-leading efficiencies to CAPEX and OPEX expenditures." 

Tazca Connects' service will be powered by an innovative software platform from Lemko Corporation, bringing easy, reliable, and cost-effective 4G LTE connectivity to residents and businesses in the Silo Wireless licensed footprint. This new LTE service will expand their current rural broadband infrastructure and is uniquely enabled by a powerful software architecture which features advanced fixed wireless broadband capability and capacity. The software platform is designed to sit on an appliance at each LTE Macro site and connects directly to the cloud via an Internet connection. This enables substantially lower up-front capital expense, eliminates backhaul, virtualizes the core, and allows for dramatically lower on-going operational expenses. The software, when combined with Tazca Connect's pay-as-you-grow LTE model and rapid deployment, allows Tazca and its local partners to provide the lowest per-subscriber per GB MHz POP cost in any market.

"Silo Wireless is exciting to work with because of their passion for delivering excellent customer service and their mission to enable innovative broadband services across rural communities in the territories they cover. Our partnership demonstrates that powerful software, combined with a powerful vision, can connect people anywhere on Earth with cost-effective, carrier-grade LTE services," said Michael Sisto, Vice President of Sales, Tazca Connects. "Tazca Connects is a leader in providing rural LTE and we are pleased to help Silo Wireless extend affordable Internet access within the Province of Ontario and enable the next wave of 4G Broadband based Internet of Everything (IOE) value added services like Tele-Medicine, Tele-Vet and M2M applications for rural and urban communities with last mile broadband access."

About Silo Wireless, Inc.

Since 2007, Silo Wireless has been changing the wireless landscape by providing innovative broadband services to rural communities located in Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk and Oxford counties in Ontario Canada. Silo Wireless provides unlimited, reliable, fixed wireless high speed Internet access at affordable prices for homes and businesses in the communities they serve. Through constant investment in the latest technologies and providing innovative solutions to connectivity needs, Silo Wireless continues to provide leading edge access choices that keep customers connected to the many services that urban counterpart take for granted. A passionate customer service team and a strong vision towards the future needs of customers, Silo Wireless is the provider of choice for several thousand customers in the Ontario region. For more information visit http://www.silowireless.com/

About Tazca Connects

Tazca Connects was launched to answer the call for affordable broadband. Our strategic intent is to enable Operators to bring simple and affordable wireless broadband back into their communities. Tazca offers 4G LTE-as-a-Service with the lowest CAPEX and OPEX in the industry so wireless Operators in any environment can deploy carrier grade broadband now without having to worry about hardware and software infrastructure. Instead, Operators can focus on marketing and signing up subscribers with LTE download speeds of up to 150MBps and capacities up to 2000 simultaneous users per tower. Tazca offers pay-as-you-grow models to accelerate cost effective broadband connectivity across diverse global communities. With Tazca, Operators can Plug, Play and Profit with a quality solution deployed at the network edge. Tazca Connects is a subsidiary of Lemko Corporation. For more information visit www.tazcaconnects.com 

About Lemko Corporation

Lemko is a Distributed Mobile Wireless Network software company with ultra-low cost Internet based architectures that drive down the cost per GB MHz POP. Lemko is the industry leader in Re-Engineering the Mobile Network for Internet Economics and provides quick deployments of 2G, 3G and 4G LTE cellular systems powered by a virtualized and distributed EPC and IMS core. The company's market leading solutions are available in multiple form factors including macro network, small cell, enterprise access point, On-Demand Cellular (ODC), M2M, cellular on wheels (COWs), man-portable and are deployed with enterprises, carriers, government, and military private network operators. Lemko is headquartered in Itasca, Illinois, USA. Additional information is available at www.lemko.com.

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VP of Sales, Tazca Connects 
630-592-8248 
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