IceWEB's Data Storage Services Fully Deployed for the 2010 Winter Olympics In Vancouver
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IceWEB's Data Storage Services Fully Deployed for the 2010 Winter Olympics In Vancouver

IceWEB's on the Ice in Vancouver

STERLING, Va., Feb. 12 — (PRNewswire) — IceWEB, Inc.™ (OTC Bulletin Board: IWEB), www.iceweb.com, today announced that the Company is ready for the 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremonies tonight in Vancouver.  As announced in September, the Company was selected by a Canadian Governmental Agency to provide MLP Server Appliances for the Integrated Security Unit (ISU) at the 2010 Winter Olympics.  The MLP Server Appliances have been fully deployed and will assist in securing the public, officials and athletes from around the world.

John R. Signorello, Chief Executive Officer said of the event, "IceWEB is humbled to be selected to help secure the 2010 Winter Olympics with approximately 2.3 million attendees and over a billion world-wide watching the historic event.  The MLP servers deliver incredible GIS (Geographic Information Services) server processing power in a streamlined, portable, field deployable unit.  While portable and lightweight, the MLP can be adapted to any GIS environment by loading and/or adding appropriate map data sets on the fly, and has storage capacity that can scale in excess of 100 terabytes.  The installation and the performance of the MLP has exceeded all of management's expectations."

Additional information about the INLINE ManPac III, MLP (Modular, Lightweight, Portable) Unit can be viewed by clicking here:   MLP Specifications  

About IceWEB, Inc.

Headquartered just outside of Washington, D.C., IceWEB manufactures and markets storage solutions and on-line cloud computing application services. Its customer base includes U.S. government agencies, enterprise companies, and small to medium sized businesses (SMB). For more information, please visit www.IceWEB.com.

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IceWEB, Inc.

Investor Relations, 571.287.2400

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or Gary Nash CEOCast 212.732.4300

SOURCE IceWEB, Inc.

Contact:
IceWEB, Inc.
IceWEB, Inc. Investor Relations
Phone: +1-571-287-2400
Email Contact
Gary Nash, CEOCast
Phone: +1-212-732-4300
Web: http://www.IceWEB.com