Destiny Networks Expands Again

Destiny Networks, Inc., the leader in handsfree automation, today announced the company's move to a larger office space at 15750 Vineyard Boulevard, Suite 120 in Morgan Hill, California.

Morgan Hill, CA - December 16, 2003 - - - Destiny Networks, Inc., the leader in handsfree automation, today announced the company's move to a larger office space, the third new space in three years.


"The need for more space is being driven by the acceptance of our revolutionary technology in this rapidly growing industry," said Mark Stiving, President and CEO of Destiny Networks. "By tripling our space we are poised to support accelerating demand."

Destiny Networks' new address is 15750 Vineyard Boulevard, Suite 120 in Morgan Hill, California. The main number continues to be (408) 779 -0060 and employees' telephone numbers and email addresses will also remain the same.

About Destiny Networks
Destiny Networks, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of handsfree automation for the connected home. With an intelligent sensor architecture and configurable software application, Destiny Networks` capabilities far surpass simple monitoring and control to provide homeowners with unmatched convenience, energy savings, security and entertainment. To learn more about Destiny Networks, please visit www.destinynetworks.com, email info@destinynetworks.com, or call (408) 779 -0060.
Destiny Networks, Ubiquity, Follow -me, Acuity, Domain, and Home Positioning are trademarks of Destiny Networks, Inc.
Press contact: Cameron Bilger
(408) 779 -0060
cameron@destinynetworks.com

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