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NeXplore Corporation Transitions Newly Acquired ClickCaster.com to NeXplore Grid Server

FRISCO, Texas, June 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NeXplore Corporation (Pink Sheets: NXPC) today announced the successful transitioning of the recently acquired ClickCaster.com website to the NeXplore Grid Server. Powered by The Grid Layer hosting solution from Layered Technologies, in combination with 3Tera Inc.'s virtualization software AppLogic, the NeXplore Grid Server is the company's virtual private data center for efficiently and cost-effectively operating and managing NeXplore's growing portfolio of Web 2.0 products and destinations.

FRISCO, Texas, June 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — NeXplore Corporation (Pink Sheets: NXPC) today announced the successful transitioning of the recently acquired ClickCaster.com website to the NeXplore Grid Server. Powered by The Grid Layer hosting solution from Layered Technologies, in combination with 3Tera Inc.'s virtualization software AppLogic, the NeXplore Grid Server is the company's virtual private data center for efficiently and cost-effectively operating and managing NeXplore's growing portfolio of Web 2.0 products and destinations.

The rapid transitioning to the NeXplore Grid Server of ClickCaster.com enables NeXplore to quickly monetize and scale this popular website that provides tools for fast-and-easy audio and video podcast creation, publishing and management. Upon acquisition by NeXplore, ClickCaster.com had approximately 245,000 unique users, a number NeXplore plans to significantly grow by the end of 2008.

NeXplore currently utilizes the NeXplore Grid Server to host and manage NeXplore Search, the company's recently launched Web 2.0 search engine optimized for a superior end-user experience, rich-media display and social network integration. NeXplore is working to integrate ClickCaster.com podcasting capability into NeXplore Search.

"The quickness, low cost and relative ease with which we were able to transition ClickCaster.com to the NeXplore Grid Server validates our decision to utilize this cutting edge hosting and application management system," said Dion Hinchcliffe, chief technology officer for NeXplore Corporation. "The pace of innovation today is blistering. Web companies hobbled by the cost and complexity associated with traditional infrastructure — datacenter co-location, private racks and managed hosting services, etc. — are destined for extinction. The road to success in today's dynamic Web 2.0 world — the path that NeXplore is forging — is paved with glitch-free performance, speed-to-market and instant, on-demand scalability."

About NeXplore Corporation

NeXplore Corporation (Pink Sheets: NXPC) improves the online experience by providing Web tools and destinations that empower people to drive and define a World Wide Web perfectly suited for their unique needs, interests and online pursuits. For advertisers, NeXplore offers a full array of search, display and interactive advertising products to reach and engage targeted consumers. For more information about NeXplore, visit http://www.nexplorecorporation.com.

Forward-Looking Statements: A number of statements contained in this press release are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the applicable statements. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: our ability to commercialize a proprietary product, our ability to generate product sales and operating profits, potential vulnerability of technology obsolescence, potential competitive products by better capitalized companies, potential difficulty in managing growth, dependence on key personnel, and other risks which will be described in future company Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

Investor Contact: Media Contact: Stewart Clancy Rory Doherty (214) 432-0637 (214) 459-6321 sclancy@NeXplore.com rdoherty@NeXplore.com

SOURCE NeXplore Corporation

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