Wireless Solution For Handhelds

SAN JOSE, Calif. –(Business Wire)– New Version of Leading Wireless Connectivity Software for Pocket PC-based Handheld Computers Aimed at Growing Market of Mobile Wireless Users.

Cirond Corporation (OTCBB:CROO) announced the immediate availability of the latest version of its market-leading pocketWinc 2.0 wireless connectivity application. Cirond pocketWinc 2.0 is designed to help the millions of Pocket PC handheld computer users who increasingly want to connect to wireless networks. The installed base of Pocket PC-based hardware exceeds 10 million units and analysts project that more than 4 million additional units will be sold this year — with more than half anticipated to have built-in wireless network capabilities.

“This latest version of pocketWinc 2.0 builds on our leadership position in the mobile wireless connectivity market, which will become increasingly significant with the advent of Pocket PC-based smart phones later this year,” said Cirond CEO and President Nicholas Miller. “We anticipate that sales of our pocketWinc 2.0 will become an ever more significant part of our revenue stream.”

Cirond pocketWinc 2.0 is available directly for purchase from the Cirond Web site at http://www.cirond.com for $19.95. It can also be found on the download services of popular Web sites such as MSN.com, Download.com, Handango and ZDNet.

About Cirond

San Jose, California-based Cirond Corporation (OTCBB: CROO.ob) is dedicated to making 802.11-based wireless networks easier to install and work more effectively for corporations, small businesses, professionals and consumers. Cirond products include AirPatrol Mobile and AirPatrol Enterprise (Rogue access point detection and network security solutions) and the Winc and pocketWinc wireless connectivity tools for the Windows and Pocket PC family of operating systems. Cirond products are available directly through the company’s Web site at http://www.cirond.com or through its network of value added resellers.

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