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Smith Micro Introduces Wireless Capability for Popular WebDNA Internet Application Editions

Mar 17, 2003
WebDNA Users Can Now Port Critical Applications Onto Wireless Devices

NEW ORLEANS, LA-CTIA 2003 - The Internet and Software Solutions Division of Smith Micro Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMSI), a developer and marketer of software solutions for the Internet development tools market, today announced that users of the company's popular WebDNA editions can now deploy website development applications on wireless devices, including PDAs, mobile phones and notebooks.

WebDNA, an Internet application generator, has long been a favorite of eBusiness web developers for its ease of use, rapid learning curve, flexibility, performance and support for multiple platforms including Mac, Windows, Unix, Linux and Solaris. Smith Micro's addition of wireless technology means businesses using WebDNA can port their Intranet and other internal applications onto WAP- and HDML-based wireless devices, allowing mobile employees to stay productive while they are away from the office.

"Adding wireless technology to WebDNA is a breakthrough for companies and organizations wishing to take advantage of the productivity that wireless web applications can provide," said Chris Lippincott, general manager of Smith Micro's Internet Software and Solutions division. "Wireless WebDNA means employees no longer have to wait until they get into the office to check critical Web-based information such as sales reports and order entries."

Smith Micro's new wireless platform also allows WebDNA developers to take advantage of some of the groundbreaking applications already available in various iterations and editions of WebDNA. For instance, WebDNA Version 5.0 supports a content-management application that automatically creates a workflow approval process. An executive waiting at the airport can use a PDA to monitor what is pending approval, thereby expediting the workflow at the company. WebDNA Intranet Edition with wireless capability means site administrators can effortlessly deploy over wireless devices a host of features and applications such as company news, event calendars, employee contact directories and classified ads.

Smith Micro will be exhibiting at the CTIA show in New Orleans on March 17 through March 19 and will be demonstrating Wireless WebDNA capability at booth 4775 along with many of its other wireless products.

For more information about Wireless WebDNA, or any of the WebDNA eBusiness Development products, visit www.smithmicro.com. Interested parties can also go to Smith Micro's resource center at http://webdna.smithmicro.com.

About Smith Micro Software:

Smith Micro Software, Inc., headquartered in Aliso Viejo, CA, is a developer and marketer of wireless communication and utility software products for multiple OS platforms. The company designs integrated, cross platform, easy-to-use software for personal computing and business solutions around the world. With a focus on the Internet and Wireless and Broadband technologies, the company's products and services enable wireless communications, eCommerce, eBusiness, Internet communications (voice-over-IP), video conferencing, network fax, and traditional computer telephony. Smith Micro's complete line of products is available through original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), direct sales, retail stores, and value-added resellers (VARs). Smith Micro's common stock trades on The Nasdaq Stock Market® under the symbol SMSI. For more information, contact Smith Micro at (949) 362-5800.

This release may contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including without limitation risks and uncertainties relating to the company's financial prospects and projections, the company's plans for returning to sustained profitability and the company's ability to increase its business in the Wireless and Broadband segments. Among the important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements are new and changing technologies, customer acceptance of those technologies, fluctuations or cancellations in orders from distribution customers, new and continuing adverse economic conditions, and the company's ability to compete effectively with other software companies. These and other factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those presented in any forward-looking statement and are discussed in the company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission including its recent filings on Forms 10-K and 10-Q.

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