Emerging Wireless Company Makes Top 200 List

<strong>Viera, Fla. &mdash; June 4</strong><br />SkyCross, a global wireless company providing antenna-centric radio-frequency (RF) solutions, has been selected by Nollenberger Capital Partners Inc. (NCPI) for the Top 200 Private Technology Companies of 2008 list. Based on proprietary and industry-wide analysis, NCPI anticipates these firms will achieve a liquidity event or raise capital at an uptick valuation in the next 12 to 24 months. <br /> <br />SkyCross was chosen out of a pool of emerging growth companies based its leadership in the next wave of disruptive and innovative technologies. NCPI examined thousands of private company business models, financials and management teams that are transforming current markets and creating new opportunities. <br /> <br />&ldquo;We believe SkyCross is well-positioned to continue gaining traction with global customers and partners in the exploding wireless mobile industry since its technology addresses numerous high growth markets such as smartphones, PC cards, USB dongles, embedded modems, personal navigation devices, portable media players and home entertainment networking,&rdquo; said Gene Ramirez, managing director of investment banking for Nollenberger Capital Partners.<br /> <br />"After much due diligence, we have selected 200 private technology companies that have compelling solutions, are addressing large markets, have demonstrated results and defensible IP," said Rick Juarez, managing director and head of investment banking for Nollenberger Capital Partners. "We would like to congratulate the management teams and their investors who we believe have selected wisely."<br /> <br />&ldquo;We are honored to be recognized by Nollengerger Capital Partners,&rdquo; said Dr. Chris Morton, CEO of SkyCross. &ldquo;SkyCross recently received several awards from leading engineering and wireless publications for superior technology and customer service. We are pleased to see this support echoed by the investment banking community.&rdquo; <br />

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