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Nexland, Inc. Announces New Line of Wireless and Ethernet Broadband Routers Designed for Home Offices, Small-to-Medium Businesses And Enterprise Remote Locations

MIAMI, March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Nexland, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: XLND)
supplier of Internet Security and Sharing Devices, announced today a new line of Firewall and VPN (Virtual Private Network) compatible routers targeting substantially all broadband users, from the home consumer to the corporate enterprise.

The new products include a SOHO (Small Office Home Office) model that is optimized for gaming and ease-of-use, a Professional Series targeting corporate remote locations and work-at-home employees, and a Wireless Router that enables multiple users to securely connect to the Internet, without wires, simultaneously. All of the products incorporate Nexland's patent pending VPN pass-through technology.

"Our 2001 line of products was developed to meet the evolving needs of DSL and cable home users, small businesses, telecommuters and enterprises. We have increased the speed, memory and functionality and have added an always-on backup feature. We feel our new line of products offers a full range of
Internet users low-cost and fully functional options for Internet security and sharing," said Greg Levine, Nexland's President and CEO.

Nexland's devices allow Virtual Private Networking traffic to "pass- through" them, while maintaining firewall security. Virtual Private Networks allow companies to create secure connections using the Internet, offering a convenient way to connect not only mobile workers, but also branch offices and
partners to their corporate computer systems. Previously, many workers on the
road had to dial into corporate networks with a special call-in number or over an expensive leased telephone line. With Virtual Private Networks, those same workers can securely log into their network over the Internet, reducing the need for expensive calls.

Pricing and Availability:

Internet Sharing Box SOHO Series:

Low-cost Internet Sharing and Firewall.
Includes 4 Port 10/100 switch.
Single Session IPsec pass-through support.
Retail pricing $159.
Available Q1 2001.
Target Market(s): SOHO, Residential, Retail or Enterprise work-at-home

Professional Series:
(The entire Professional Series comes equipped with Analog/ISDN RS232
back-up ports that can also be used by network administrators to configure the

Low-cost Internet Sharing and VPN pass-through box.
Includes (1) 10/100 Port and our Innovative VPN Gateway firmware.
Multi-session IPsec support.
High-speed 8mb Throughput.
Retail pricing $209.
Available Q1 2001.
Target Market(s): Enterprise remote locations or work-at-home locations.

Same as PRO100 but with 4 Port 10/100 switch.
Retail pricing $259.
Available Q1 2001.
Target Market(s): Enterprise remote locations or work-at-home employees.
ISP's and Telcos.

Same as PRO400 but with 8 Port 10/100 switch.
Retail pricing $299.
Available Q1 2001.
Target Market(s): Enterprise remote locations or work-at-home employees.
ISP's and Telcos.

ISB PRO800 turbo:
Same as PRO800 but with 8 Port 10/100 switch and (2) WAN Ports.
Retail Pricing: $399.
Available Q1 2001.
Target Market(s): Enterprise Remote locations or work-at-home employees.
ISP's and Telcos.

ISB WaveBase(TM) Wireless:
Wireless NAP Router/Firewall with
4 Port 10/100 switch.
RS232 Analog/ISDN Serial Port,
Innovative VPN Gateway firmware, Antenna.
Retail Pricing: $499.
Available Q1 2001.
Target Market(s): SOHO, Residential, Retail and
Enterprise Remote location and work-at-home employees.

About Nexland, Inc.
Nexland, Inc., founded in 1997 and based in Miami, Florida, sells shared
Internet access solutions for corporate remote offices and their
telecommuters. Created with security in mind, Nexland's products support the
use of virtual private networking (VPN) switches at companies' remote
locations and are compatible with DSL, cable, wireless, ISDN and analog
Internet connections. Nexland's VPN support allows corporations to use the
Internet as a medium to securely transmit data to remote locations. For
further information about Nexland, visit the company's Web site at or in Canada at .
The Private Securities Reform Act of 1995 provides a "safe harbor" for
forward-looking statements. Certain information included in this press release
(as well as information included in written statements to be made) contain
statements that are forward-looking, including statements, regarding among
other things, (a) the company's projected sales and profitability, (b) the
company's growth strategies, (c) anticipated trends in the company's industry,
(d) and success of current product offerings. Such forward-looking information
involves important risks and uncertainties that could significantly affect
anticipated results in the future and, accordingly, such results may differ
materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements.

SOURCE Nexland, Inc.

Web site:

CONTACT: Greg Levine, Investor Relations, or David Lonardo, both
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