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Aegis Assessments Contracts With CirTran Corporation for Manufacture of RadioBridges(TM)


By PR Newswire
Last Update: 3/14/2006 8:31:18 AM Data provided by

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., March 14, 2006 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Aegis Assessments, Inc. (AGSI), a wireless technology company that provides products that improve emergency communications for homeland security, public safety and commercial applications, today announced that it has ordered a $250,000 initial production run of the next generation SafetyNet(TM) RadioBridge(TM) from CirTran Corporation (CIRT), an international full-service contract manufacturer of IT, consumer and consumer electronics products located in the greater Salt Lake City area.

CirTran was previously awarded a contract by Aegis to redesign the SafetyNet RadioBridge, which interconnects incompatible radios, bridging them to provide radio interoperability at emergency sites in minutes. The enhancements in the next generation RadioBridge focus on the vital issue of homeland security, and include improvements in the sound quality of audio transmissions, the addition of an internal storage compartment for cables, headsets and other accessories, and improved bridging of trunked and non-trunked radios.

"CirTran came through for us as we knew it would," said Richard Reincke, president of Aegis. "There is a critical need for radio interoperability for first responders. It is vital day-to-day for the 50,000 public safety agencies in the U.S., including 18,000 state and local law enforcement agencies, 26,000 fire departments, 6,000 emergency medical responders and several thousand utility and infrastructure public agencies."

'A Better-than-Ever Product'

"The redesigned SafetyNet RadioBridge is a better-than-ever product," said Trevor Saliba, CirTran's executive vice president for worldwide business development.

"As the need for interoperable communications product market grows, radio systems represent an important and leading component," said Saliba. "CirTran stands ready, with our ability to manufacture domestically in Salt Lake City and through our CirTran-Asia subsidiary in China to meet growing demand."

The SafetyNet RadioBridge project was performed at CirTran's ISO 9001:2000-certified manufacturing facility in Salt Lake City. Other top technology and aerospace companies on CirTran's Salt Lake customer list include Lockheed Martin Corporation, Nortel(TM), Linux Networx(TM) and Flextronics.

About Aegis Assessments, Inc.

Aegis Assessments, Inc. (AGSI) is a wireless technology company that enables emergency responders to operate with increased effectiveness. Through the SafetyNet(TM) line of products, the company provides communications solutions to public safety agencies and commercial facilities for homeland security and life safety applications. Integrating emergency and life safety systems available to the public and private sectors is the new challenge in homeland security that the company's products and technologies address.

About CirTran Corporation

Founded in 1993, CirTran Corporation (CIRT) (www.CirTran.com) is a premier international full-service contract manufacturer of low to mid size volume contracts for printed circuit board assemblies, cables and harnesses to the most exacting specifications. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, CirTran's modern 40,000-square foot non-captive manufacturing facility -- the largest in the Intermountain Region -- provides "just-in-time" inventory management techniques designed to minimize an OEM's investment in component inventories, personnel and related facilities, while reducing costs and ensuring speedy time-to-market.

About CirTran-Asia

CirTran-Asia (www.CirTran-Asia.com) was formed in 2004 as a high-volume manufacturing arm and wholly-owned subsidiary of CirTran Corporation with its principal office in ShenZhen, China. CirTran-Asia operates in three primary business segments: high-volume electronics, fitness equipment and household products manufacturing, focusing on being a leading manufacturer for the multi-billion dollar Direct Response Industry, which sells through infomercials, print and internet advertisements.

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results, events and performance could vary materially from those contemplated by these forward-looking statements. These statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause the company's actual results in future periods to differ materially from results expressed or implied by forward-looking statements. You should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements because they involve these risks and uncertainties. You should independently investigate and fully understand all risks before making investment decisions.

SOURCE Aegis Assessments, Inc


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With Focus on Homeland Security, CirTran Gets $250K Order to Deliver Second-Generation SafetyNet RadioBridge


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Last Update: 3/14/2006 8:29:08 AM Data provided by

SALT LAKE CITY, Mar 14, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- CirTran Corp. (CIRT), an international full-service contract manufacturer of IT, consumer and consumer electronics products, announced today that it has received a $250,000 order to build and deliver the first production run of the next-generation SafetyNet(TM) RadioBridge(TM) it redesigned on behalf of Aegis Assessments Inc. (AGSI), a Scottsdale, Ariz.-based homeland security contractor.

CirTran was previously awarded a contract by Aegis to redesign the SafetyNet RadioBridge, which interconnects incompatible radios, bridging them to provide radio interoperability at emergency sites in minutes. The enhancements in the next-generation RadioBridge focus on the vital issue of homeland security, and include improvements in the sound quality of audio transmissions, the addition of an internal storage compartment for cables, headsets and other accessories, and improved bridging of trunked and non-trunked radios.

"CirTran came through for us as we knew it would," said Richard Reincke, president of Aegis. "There is a critical need for radio interoperability for first responders. It is vital day-to-day for the 50,000 public safety agencies in the U.S., including 18,000 state and local law enforcement agencies, 26,000 fire departments, 6,000 emergency medical responders and several thousand utility and infrastructure public agencies."

"A Better-than-Ever Product"

"The redesigned SafetyNet RadioBridge is a better-than-ever product," said Trevor Saliba, CirTran's executive vice president for worldwide business development.

"As the need for the interoperable communications product market grows, radio systems represent an important and leading component," said Saliba. "CirTran stands ready, with our ability to manufacture domestically in Salt Lake City and through our CirTran-Asia subsidiary in China to meet growing demand."

The SafetyNet RadioBridge project was performed at CirTran's ISO 9001:2000-certified manufacturing facility in Salt Lake City. Other top technology and aerospace companies on CirTran's Salt Lake customer list include Lockheed Martin Corp., Nortel(TM), Linux Networx(TM) and Flextronics.

About CirTran Corp.

Founded in 1993, CirTran Corp. (www.CirTran.com) is a premier international full-service contract manufacturer. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, its ISO 9001:2000-certified, non-captive 40,000-square-foot manufacturing facility is the largest in the Intermountain Region, providing "just-in-time" inventory management techniques designed to minimize an OEM's investment in component inventories, personnel and related facilities while reducing costs and ensuring speedy time-to-market. In 1998, CirTran acquired Racore Technology (www.racore.com), founded in 1983 and reorganized as Racore Technology Corp. in 1997. In 2004, it formed CirTran-Asia as a high-volume manufacturing arm and wholly owned subsidiary with its principal office in ShenZhen, China. CirTran-Asia operates in three primary business segments: high-volume electronics, fitness equipment and household products manufacturing, focusing on the multibillion-dollar direct response industry.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. With the exception of historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this press release involve risk and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement.

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SOURCE: CirTran Corp.

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