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M2M Spectrum Networks Inks Deal for Nationwide Managed Network Services with TrueNet Communications and Edge Communications

M2M Spectrum Networks announced today that the company had chosen the team of TrueNet Communications and Edge Communications to provide turnkey Managed Network Services for its soon to be launched nationwide network. Under the definitive agreement, TrueNet Communications will be providing field services and Edge Communications will be providing advanced network management services under the brand TruEdge Managed Services™.

“This agreement builds on our partnership with TrueNet that we announced last month with the launch of M2M SN,” stated Doreen Trant, Senior Vice President of Network Implementation of M2M Spectrum Networks. “But more important, TrueNet’s tight collaboration with Edge ensures our customers will receive world class service from their first experience with M2M SN and allows us to focus on growing our customer base by providing a multitude of efficient cost effective end user products and services.”

“We are once again honored that M2M SN has chosen TrueNet – this time to deliver Managed Network Services,” stated TrueNet Communications President and CEO, Frank Del Col. “Edge’s Managed Services and PCI-certified network were part of M2M SN’s and our requirements in selecting a partner.”

“Edge’s unique ability to manage large complex networks is an ideal fit for the innovative new M2M SN nationwide network and its requirements,” said Michael Ford, CEO of Edge Communications. “We look forward to working with TrueNet and M2M SN to deliver the world class secure network services that M2M SN and its customers demand. Our state-of-the-art network platform provides M2M SN the ability to rapidly scale and meet the expansive demands of the M2M world”.

M2M Spectrum Networks is constructing what will become the nation’s first purpose-built network designed specifically for machine-to-machine communications. Starting in the second quarter of 2014, the network will be rolled out in phases with an objective of covering 75% of the US population by the end of 2015, and 95% by the end of 2016.

About TrueNet Communications

TrueNet Communications is a leading provider of infrastructure planning, engineering and design, build, and technical support services to the Wireless, Wireline, Enterprise and Energy markets throughout North America. TrueNet is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida with locations in Phoenix, Atlanta, Tampa, Miami and New Jersey. TruEdge™ Managed Services is a registered Trademark of TrueNet Communications Corp.

Charles Owens, VP Marketing, 904-777-9052 [email protected]

About M2M Spectrum Networks, LLC

M2M Spectrum Networks, LLC was founded for the purpose of building and operating the first licensed, nationwide wireless network dedicated to the rapidly emerging Machine-to-Machine industry. M2M SN, through its hardware and software vendors, is developing a wide-area, ubiquitous coverage, data radio system based on licensed spectrum and proprietary technology; purpose-built and dedicated solely to M2M applications for the long-term. M2M Spectrum Networks has locations in Phoenix, Arizona, New Hope, Pennsylvania, and Jacksonville, Florida. For more information, please visit www.m2mspectrum.com.

About Edge Communications

Edge is a PCI-certified and HIPPA-compliant network service provider offering fully-managed voice and data network solutions for businesses and service providers. The Edge portfolio includes end-to-end managed voice and data services, network managed services, and turnkey NOC services based upon a state-of-the-art proprietary network management platform (TTMS). The revolutionary TTMS provides the ability to efficiently monitor and manage the data and telemetry from millions of endpoints. Edge also provides advanced managed network security services and system integration and development services. Edge Communications is headquartered in Plano, Texas. For more information contact Heide Werthamer, VP Marketing, 972-905-9003. [email protected]

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