Global Caché and Promixis Announce Partnership

Promixis and Global Caché Sign Agreement to Ensure Seamless Product Integration

Jacksonville, OR - January 25 , 2005 - Global Caché, the provider of award -winning products that enable technology in homes and businesses, and Promixis LLC, the maker of Girder and NetRemote, and a leader in PC and wireless remote control applications, announced today they have signed a strategic alliance agreement. The agreement provides the framework to ensure that their respective products work optimally together, as well as provides a structure for joint marketing.

Global Caché's products include the GC -100 Network Adapter, a flexible and easy to use hardware device connecting IR, serial, and digital I/O (relay) devices to a network. The GC -100 addresses the growing number of homes and businesses with high -bandwidth Internet and networking capability, and enables the use of network -based software to control and automate diverse devices. In addition, Global Caché provides IR learning devices, receivers, sensors, and conversion cabling to connect previously unconnected systems to a network. Global Caché products are based upon open systems and accepted industry standards.

Promixis products, the award -winning Girder and NetRemote, have earned the wide acclaim and loyalty of audiences and are currently enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of users worldwide. With these leading products, users are able to control and automate their PCs, including pocket PCs, for digital entertainment, home theater, music and more to get the most enjoyment from their media.

" We're very excited to be partnering with Proximis," said Walt Keller, Global Caché President. "Their Girder and NetRemote products are awesome and couldn't be a better fit for our GC -100 Network Adapter. The fact that they have a huge installed base speaks volumes about their products and their popularity in the market. We're excited that this alliance will open up opportunities for us in the commercial market."

"Supporting Global Caché products provides a valuable service to our users who are interested in controlling serial and IR devices over a network," said Michel Cumming, Promixis CEO. "Using Global Caché's Network Adapters and Promixis software, our customers enjoy the benefits of expensive high -end control systems, but at a very affordable price."

Global Caché will be hosting a manufacturer training class and exhibiting at EH Expo in Orlando, Florida. Please visit us in booth #1138.

About Global Caché, Inc.
Global Caché is dedicated to producing state -of -the -art products that enable technology in homes and businesses. Our award -winning GC -100 Network Adapter provides the means for PC -based automation and management software to access, control, and deliver services in a networked home or business to diverse and previously unconnected devices and appliances. In addition, Global Caché provides an IR learner, winner of the prestigious CEPro Product of the Year award for IP -enabling, receivers, sensors, and conversion cabling. Global Caché sells through distributors, VARs, and OEMs. For more information on Global Caché and our products and services or to place an order, visit online at or call us at 541 -899 -4800.

About Promixis
Promixis, LLC., the makers of Girder and NetRemote, and a leader in PC and wireless remote control applications provides software built to serve the digital media enthusiast. Privately held, Promixis was founded in 2004 to unleash the digital assets of mainstream users who want the most from their digital content libraries. Promixis is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, and can be found online at

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