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INX Inc. selected by Buffalo Thunder Resort

29 July 2008

OUSTON, Texas -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- INX Inc., (NASDAQ:INXI) announced today that it has been selected to design and deploy a Cisco unified network platform for the new Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino.

The Pueblo of Pojoaque Enterprises in partnership with Hilton Hotels Corporation will be opening up their Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino in Santa Fe, New Mexico later this year. The Hilton Santa Fe Golf Resort & Spa at Buffalo Thunder will be a 587 acre high desert resort located 10 minutes north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is the vision of the leaders of the Pojoaque Pueblo, one of the indigenous cultural groups in North America. The Pueblo of Pojoaque Enterprises has chosen INX to deploy and secure a Cisco unified network platform in order to support the new Buffalo Thunder Resort and scale to meet the needs of the existing Cities of Gold Casino. The solution includes a state of the art unified communications system and a comprehensive data infrastructure embedded with highly intelligent security components that will allow Pojoaque Enterprises to monitor, analyze, and control access to their network. This centralized data network will provide support to gaming, administration and conference rooms throughout the entire complex. Currently, deployment of the solution is underway and is expected to be complete by the end of July. INX will continue to have staff onsite for the Grand Opening of the resort to ensure a smooth operational transition.

Ted Bonnell, Regional Manager at INX, said, "We are very pleased to be a part of this project. Buffalo Thunder is a big economic development initiative for the Pojaque Pueblo and surrounding area and we are honored to be chosen as a partner." According to Hilton management the 391 room resort will employ over 600 people and could employ 200 more during peak months.

Dustin Gentry, Executive Director of Information Technology, said, "INX has a great team and has worked to ensure Buffalo Thunder Resort's best interests are driving design considerations. We look forward to building upon the already strong partnership we have with INX."

The project is valued at approximately $675,000 in hardware and services for INX.

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