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GPS Industries comments on ProLink lawsuit

12.25am 6th November 2007 - Corporate

GPS Industries, Inc. (GPSI) (OTCBB:GPSN), the world’s leading provider of WiFi-enabled golf management systems, intends to respond decisively and aggressively to the patent infringement lawsuit filed last week by ProLink Holdings Corp.

Robert Silzer, president and CEO of GPSI, provided these initial comments about the suit, “Our Inforemer Golf Management System is built on our own state of the art technology and is protected by our own intellectual property. We are familiar with ProLink’s patents, but simply have no use for that technology.

“We are confident that the Inforemer system does not infringe any aspect of ProLink’s patents. e are advised by Uplink, and our own investigation confirms, that the Uplink systems do not encroach upon these patents. So from our point of view, the lawsuit has no merit whatsoever.”

GPSI’s legal team has considerable expertise, depth and experience in patent lawsuits such as this.

Silzer added, “We are working closely with our patent litigation counsel and advisors to evaluate all available legal options and remedies available to GPSI and Uplink as a result of ProLink’s actions. Given the baseless nature of ProLink’s assertions in the lawsuit, and the ill motive suggested by the timing of the suit and by ProLink’s misleading press release, we are considering a number of possibilities. I feel, however, that both GPSI and Uplink are best served if I withhold further comment until our legal strategy is finalized and placed into action.”

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