Five Additional Partners Join Program Designed to Support Carriers and Accelerate the Adoption and Deployment of Wireless Data

SAN FRANCISCO - July 21, 1999 - WirelessKnowledge LLC, a joint venture company between Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) and QUALCOMM Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM), will announce this week at Microsoft Fusion '99 (July 22-25) the addition of five new members to the recently launched Integrators Alliance Program (IAP). New members include Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Technology Integration Group (TIG), Paradigm4, Inc., Wireless Telecom, Inc. and Lucid8 Information Services LLC. Developed for systems integrators and value added resellers (VARs), the Integrators Alliance Program enables members to expand their product and service offerings into the emerging wireless data market.

The five members join first program member, Inacom Corp. (NASDAQ: ICO) to provide a robust and scaleable channel for wireless data services and integration that will address the needs of carriers and customers varying in size and market segment.

"We are overwhelmed with the tremendous support and interest in the Integrators Alliance Program and are excited about working with current and future program members to provide the industry with the most complete end-to-end wireless data solutions," said Dave Whalen, vice president of sales and marketing for Wireless Knowledge. "Each member brings a unique dimension to the program, enabling us to provide our carrier partners and customers with a broad range of wireless data implementation and deployment options."

Announced on June 29, Integrators Alliance Program ensures seamless integration and deployment of Wireless Knowledge's RevolvSM service into Microsoft® Exchange-based corporations. The Revolv service enables mobile professionals to securely access key corporate Microsoft Exchange information, such as critical e-mail, contacts, calendar and news, with any mobile, Internet-ready device or from any location where Internet access can be found.

"The Integrators Alliance Program is an extremely smart move on Wireless Knowledge's part," said Andy Seybold, a leading wireless industry analyst and publisher. "A qualified integrator is a crucial component to any successful wireless data deployment strategy."

The following points highlight the newly announced members and illustrate how the various program members are capable of addressing the needs of companies of different sizes and markets:

Wireless Knowledge invites interested and qualified systems integrators to submit applications for membership to the Integrators Alliance Program. Detailed information, qualification guidelines and membership application reside on the Company's Web site at http://www.wirelessknowledge.com.

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