Viscount's MESH Installed at LA Complex

MESH Panels to be used with RFID readers, long-range vehicular readers, networked across multi-building campus


Burnaby, British Columbia – Wednesday, February 21, 2007 - Viscount Systems Inc. (OTC BB – VSYS.OB) today announced MESH is being installed at a large multi-building campus and gated complex in Los Angeles. The equipment order shipped for the first phase was in excess of $50,000. The system includes MESH panels, servers, RFID readers and long range vehicular readers networked across the multi-acre site.

"This project was technically very sophisticated and the initial equipment has been successfully installed. Our integrator did a fantastic job in an environment that traditional systems could not handle," noted Stephen Pineau, CEO of Viscount. "As we continue to add flagship sites in major US metropolitan areas we continue to attract additional interest in MESH and repeat business from end users and integrators. Since MESH is unique, these reference projects are very valuable."

Viscount Systems Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of telecommunications and electronic door control access systems for the security industry. From 1969-1997 Viscount was an R&D affiliate of Telus, itself a controlled subsidiary of GTE, now Verizon Communications. The company's diverse line of products are designed to improve safety and manage security for property owners and users. Viscount's products have been installed in approximately 35,000 sites in over 30 countries and are sold through a 500- member, North America-wide dealer network comprised of security equipment vendors. Additional information on Viscount's products may be obtained on-line at www.viscount.com.