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InfoLogix Removes Significant Barrier to Hospital Workflow with Introduction of New Power System Technology

HATBORO, Pa. , March 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — InfoLogix, Inc. (Nasdaq: IFLG), a leading technology provider of enterprise mobility solutions for the healthcare and commercial industries, announced today that after more than a year of research and development, it has redefined the traditional battery design that powers most mobile computer carts in the healthcare industry. As a result of this technological breakthrough, the company is introducing an innovative Lithium Iron Phosphate power system, the InfoLogix ST7 LiFe Battery, which significantly increases the performance of mobile computer workstations that doctors and nurses rely upon to deliver high-quality patient care.  

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Drawing upon in-depth customer research and clinician feedback, InfoLogix identified the top features clinicians desired in order to enhance the performance of their mobile computer workstations, including improved battery life, reliability and charge time.  The new InfoLogix ST7 LiFe Battery, part of the company's comprehensive Healthcare Mobility Solutions Suite, not only delivers these key features, but also provides a battery system that recharges in about one hour, a mere fraction of the time of other power solutions currently in place at hospitals.  This dramatic improvement in battery life is made possible as the result of a proven, state-of-the art technology similar to that used in hybrid automobiles.  

An additional benefit of the InfoLogix ST7 LiFe Battery is a reduction in downtime of mobile computer workstations, a critical consideration for busy clinicians who struggle to spend as much quality time with patients as possible. The advanced battery technology also provides superior cell protection, a key differentiator versus the high temperature safety risks associated with other battery technology such as Lithium Ion, Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) and Nickel Metal Hydride.

“InfoLogix's healthcare consultants have real-world experience working in demanding hospital environments, so they understand first-hand the challenges clinicians face in delivering high-quality patient care.  As a result, when our engineers collaborate on a new healthcare solution, they are able to incorporate this practical perspective,” said David Gulian , president and CEO of InfoLogix. “This unique combination of experience has enabled us to once again introduce a cutting-edge technology solution that exceeds our customers' expectations.  We're pleased to help remove another roadblock to better workflow for our 1,500 hospital customers as part of our integrated Healthcare Mobility Solutions Suite.”

“We look forward to our continued partnership with InfoLogix, the leader in Healthcare Mobility,” said Dean Wright , president of Power^Up.  “Our mission with the new Lithium battery technology we have created is to be the Intel of the market. InfoLogix is a significant part of our partner ecosystem and our 'Power^Up Inside' initiative.”

The InfoLogix ST7 LiFe Battery will be on display during HIMSS 2010 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta at booth #2621. For more information visit www.infologix.com.

About InfoLogix, Inc.

InfoLogix is a leading provider of enterprise mobility and advanced wireless asset tracking solutions for the healthcare and commercial industries. InfoLogix uses the industry's most advanced technologies to increase the efficiency, accuracy, and transparency of complex business and clinical processes. With 19 issued patents, InfoLogix provides mobile managed solutions, on-demand software applications, mobile infrastructure products, and strategic consulting services to over 2,000 clients in North America including Kraft Foods, Merck and Company, General Electric, Kaiser Permanente, MultiCare Health System and Stanford School of Medicine. InfoLogix is a publicly-traded company (NASDAQ: IFLG).

About Power^Up

Power^Up Manufacturing is the leading alternative battery technology developer and integrator.  Based in Amherst, New York , Power^Up has created power sources that help organizations increase efficiency and help their customers increase user satisfaction and workflow by not only increasing runtime, but by significantly reducing the weight and providing the fastest recovery times possible.  Power^Up's technology is inside over 10,000 products caring for millions of end users.  For more information please contact www.powerupmfg.com

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Media Contact for InfoLogix:

Jason Fradin

Vice President of Marketing & Communications

215-604-0691 x1194

jfradin@infologix.com

SOURCE InfoLogix, Inc.

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