EMS Satellite Networks Unveils DVB-RCS Mini Hub

Norcross, Georgia, UNITED STATES

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Sept. 8, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- IBC Booth, No. 5.110 -- EMS Satellite Networks, a division of EMS Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:ELMG), has today unveiled the SatNet Mini, its new mini hub.

The SatNet Mini hub is designed to provide:

  --  Full DVB-RCS standards compliance
  --  Industry-leading performance
  --  Sufficient capacity for small networks (from 10's to 100's
      of terminals)
  --  Competitive capital and operational entry costs

"The SatNet Mini hub is an exciting new development that will allow us to target a new and growing segment of the market, focused on small initial investments and network deployments," says Don Osborne, senior vice president and general manager, EMS Satellite Networks. "It expands our product range such that we can competitively address networks ranging from tens to tens of thousands of terminals with our different hub products."

For more information, contact EMS Satellite Networks, or visit EMS at IBC in Amsterdam September 9-13 at booth No. 5.110.

About EMS Technologies, Inc.

EMS Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:ELMG) is a leading innovator in the design and manufacture of wireless, satellite and defense solutions, and focuses its unique range of advanced technologies on the needs of broadband and mobile information users. The Company is headquartered in Atlanta, has approximately 1,800 workers worldwide, and operates manufacturing facilities in Atlanta, Montreal, Ottawa and Brazil.

The Satellite Networks Division of EMS Technologies has played a critical role in the development of the DVB-RCS international open standard for high-speed bi-directional Internet communications via satellite, and is a leading provider of broadband satellite communications ground terminal and hub solutions. EMS's DVB-RCS product and technology solutions enable two-way broadband access for a wide range of networking applications. Applications range from Internet access and simple web browsing, to more sophisticated virtual private networks, videoconferencing and voice-over-IP. EMS's DVB-RCS solutions are the only multiple-access solutions capable of delivering data transfer rates of up to 45Mbps for downloads and up to 4Mbps for uploads at each remote terminal, or enough bandwidth to support anything from a small business to an entire community from a single remote terminal.

For additional information, visit EMS on the World Wide Web at www.ems-t.com.


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