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LightPointe Reports Increase in Company's 2014 Revenues

June 10, 2014

LightPointe said that the company's 2014 revenues are up over the same period last year due to customer adoption of its new AireBridge Series and its Aire X-Stream Series of Ultra Low Latency wireless bridges.

According to a media release, LightPointe develops wireless bridges which utilize all three data transmission technologies -- Free Space Optics lasers, 60 and 70/80 GHz millimeter wave radios, and hybrid wireless bridges which combine lasers and RF technology for speed and reliability.

The announcement was made during The Trading Show held in ChicagoJune 4th and 5th, an event focused on automated trading, stock exchange technology, big data infrastructure, quantitative trading, high performance computing, and acceleration technologies.

"Companies, especially financially oriented trading firms and stock exchanges, are experiencing the advantages of ultra-fast data communications via the deployment of millimeter wave and FSO wireless bridges," said Dr. Heinz Willebrand, CEO of LightPointe, and recognized by EE Times as one of the Forty innovators building the foundation of the next-gen electronics industry.

"LightPointe and its highly experienced system integrators and service providers are deploying the highest powered, lowest latency data networks in the world. At a time when competing transmission technologies measure latency in tens or even hundreds of microseconds, LightPointe's systems are measured in nanoseconds. In fact no other data transmission technology -- such as fiber or competing wireless bridges -- is faster or lower in latency than our Aire X-Stream Series. This translates into tangible advantages for our customers."

LightPointe is a San Diego-based manufacturer of wireless Gigabit capacity bridges for enterprise and 4G/LTE carrier markets, including small cell backhaul.

More information and complete details:

www.LightPointe.com

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