Aleier Wins EAM Contract with Community College District

DALLAS, TX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RF Monolithics, Inc. [NASDAQ: RFMI] (RFM) and its subsidiary Aleier, Inc., a leading Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions provider, announced that the nation's largest community college district—Maricopa County Community College District in Tempe, AZ—will implement Aleier's FM1i INNOVUS application.

"We are proud that Aleier continues to be chosen as the EAM provider of choice by municipalities and public institutions of all sizes, especially on the heels of our announcement that the second largest city in the U.S., Los Angeles, has begun implementation of Aleier's EAM system. This award will represent sales of approximately $300,000 during calendar year 2007, " said Bill Caver, president of Aleier.

Caver cited Aleier's user-friendly Web services environment and ease of integration with clients' existing information infrastructure as key attributes desired by municipal and public institutions striving to deliver quality services with limited resources and budgets. "Aleier is often not only the solution with the most robust functionality and flexible feature set, but also among the most user-friendly, easily implemented, and cost-effective EAM solution available," Caver said.

With more than 250,000 students each year, Maricopa County Community College District is one of the largest higher education systems in the world and the largest community college district in the U.S., serving the residents of the fourth largest county in the U.S. in Greater Phoenix, AZ.

Maricopa Community Colleges will use Aleier's EAM system to improve its facilities and maintenance work force management while decreasing the cost of delivering facilities services for ten college campuses, two skill centers and numerous education centers across Greater Phoenix and Maricopa County (click here for more information). They are also the first new customer to implement Aleier's latest release FM1i INNOVUS 1.0.55, enabling seamless interface to other applications within the Maricopa Community College environment, such as their PeopleSoft HR and Student Administration programs, Oracle Financials, and Johnson Controls Building Automation systems.

About Aleier
With offices in Plano, TX, Aleier has deployed Enterprise Asset Management software for over a decade in municipal, state, and federal government agencies and businesses for applications including maintenance management, fixed asset tracking, building automation and electronics control and monitoring. Aleier software provides customers the ability to utilize and manage the data they now have available, which can be collected via either a wired or wireless data collection infrastructure. Its architecture and features make it an ideal platform for developing asset management and optimization applications seen as a key opportunity within the pervasive internet space. For more information regarding Aleier's products and services, please visit Aleier's Web site. Aleier is a wholly owned subsidiary of RF Monolithics, Inc.

About RFM
Celebrating over 27 years of providing low-power wireless solutions, RFM, headquartered in Dallas, TX, is enabling the next generation of wireless applications with a solutions-driven, technology-enabled approach to wireless connectivity. RFM provides the connections to extend the edge of the Internet to communicate with the billions of unconnected machines through a broad range of low-power wireless solutions—from comprehensive industrial wireless sensor networks to high-performance RF components. RFM was named to M2M Magazine's "2007 M2M 100," a list of the most important and influential machine-to-machine technology providers. For more information on RF Monolithics, Inc., please visit the Company's Web site.

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