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Home > Press > Enable IPC Corp. CEO Featured in Exclusive Interview With WallSt.net

Abstract:
On February, 8, David Walker, Chief Executive Officer for Enable IPC Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: EIPC) updated the investment community in an exclusive interview with http://www.wallst.net . Topics covered in the interview include an overview of the Company and the markets it serves, recent press releases, current capitalization, upcoming strategic and financial milestones.

Enable IPC Corp. CEO Featured in Exclusive Interview With WallSt.net

New York City, NY | Posted on February 12th, 2007

Enable IPC Corporation (which began trading on the OTCBB on January 8,
2007) is the developer of a new generation, patent pending microbattery
that combines thin film manufacture with nanotechnology for use in a
variety of items that demand longer life spans while meeting cost targets.
Initial applications include "smart" cards, RFID tags and medical devices.

To hear the interview in its entirety, visit http://www.wallst.net , and click
on "Interviews." The interview can be accessed either by locating the
company's ticker symbol under the appropriate exchange on the left-hand
column of the "Interviews" section of the site, or by entering the
company's ticker symbol in the Search Archive window.

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About WallStreet Direct, Inc.
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wholly owned subsidiary of Financial Media Group, Inc. The website is a
leading provider of financial news, media, tools and community-driven
applications for investors. http://www.wallst.net offers visitors free membership
to its in-depth executive interviews, exclusive editorial content, breaking
news, and several proprietary applications. In addition to its website,
WallStreet Direct organizes investor conferences, publishes a newspaper,
and provides multimedia advertising solutions to small and mid-sized
publicly traded companies. We are expecting to receive two hundred eighty
dollars from Enable IPC Corp. for the dissemination of this press release.
For a complete list of our advertisers, and advertising relationships,
visit http://www.wallst.net/disclaimer/disclaimer.asp.

About Enable IPC Corp. ( http://www.enableipc.com ):

Enable IPC Corporation is developing a microbattery that the company
believes will significantly outperform comparable technologies. The
company's device is expected to be smaller, cheaper, longer lasting, and
more environmentally friendly than similar existing products.

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