Global Cache' and Touch IR+ Sign Partnership

Now Available From iTunes Store, Touch IR+ Version 5.0 Supports Global Caché Products

Jacksonville, OR, USA - February 22, 2011 - Global Caché,the leading independent manufacturer of IP and WiFi connectivity products for the control and automation market, and Touch IR+, makers of software applications that turn an iPad/iPhone/iPod into a universal remote control, announced today they have signed a Strategic Alliance Agreement. The partnership provides a platform for the two companies to co -market and ensures seamless product compatibility. Combining Touch IR's software app with Global Caché's hardware provides a complete solution, turning an iDevice into a powerful universal remote control. Touch IR+ 5.0, supporting Global Caché products, is available now from the Apple iTunes store.


Global Caché's award -winning products connect almost any electrical device throughout a home and business to a WiFi and IP network so it can be controlled, automated, and maintained by network -based software. The company offers other connectivity products and capabilities, including IR learning, IR receivers, and sensors, that can be connected to a network. Global Caché devices are designed to work with other standards based products.

Touch IR+ 5.0 is a specialized iDevice app, allowing for custom buttons, backgrounds, and graphics, personalizing an Apple handheld into a unique control interface.

"We're very pleased that Touch IR has chosen to partner with us and support our products with their latest release of Touch IR+," said Robin Ford, Global Caché's VP of Business Development. "The app is unique in its ability to be highly customizable, and we're sure it will be very successful with custom installers. We love that this blending of our hardware and their software once again endorses the flexibility and power of employing open systems and standards."

Dave Arnold, TouchIR+ founder, stated, "Our new partnership with Global Caché is important to us as it expands our ability to control IR, serial, and relay devices anywhere on a wired or wireless network. With Global Caché to provide the connectivity hardware, we are free to focus on what we do best, write the best apps around. This alliance secures a total solution for our customer base and of course that's the most important thing to us."

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 network -based automation and management software to access, control, and deliver services in a networked environment 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, an IR blaster, sensors, receivers, and conversion cabling to connect previously unconnected systems to a network. 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 www.globalcache.com or call us at 541 -899 -4800.

About Touch IR+
Touch IR+ is a software developer focused on developing and delivering control apps for the Apple iDevice market. Launching the first version of Touch IR+ in March 2010, Touch IR has continued to expand and improve upon the initial apps, with the current version 5 released in January 2011. Touch IR apps are unique in their ability to be customized. Buttons, links, label, hotspots and more can be placed, edited, and designed easily and simply. For more information about Touch IR+ please visit us online at www.touch -ir.com.

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