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Continuous Wins Sumitomo Femto Deal

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CHICAGO and SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing, the only company deploying uniquely architected systems comprised of telecom platforms and Trillium software, today announced that Sumitomo Electric Industries has selected Continuous Computing's Trillium Femtocell protocol software and professional services to power the company's femtocell products. Sumitomo, a leading network equipment company for the broadband access market, will leverage Continuous Computing's software, services and integration expertise to accelerate its entry into the rapidly growing femtocell market.

With the Sumitomo customer announcement, Continuous Computing adds its 16th femtocell design win to a client roster that includes traditional network equipment providers, original design manufacturers, broadband access suppliers and radio equipment vendors located in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Malaysia and Korea.

"Trillium Femtocell Iuh software and professional services will enable Sumitomo to move into the femtocell market very quickly," said Minoru Kuramoto, manager of information & communication laboratories at Sumitomo Electric Industries. "With Continuous Computing's many femtocell-enabling products and strong design expertise, Sumitomo can extend its position as the leading provider of complete broadband access solutions for service providers, businesses and home users into the exciting home base station market."

"We're thrilled to help Sumitomo expedite its growth in the femtocell arena," said Mike Dagenais, president and chief executive officer of Continuous Computing. "Sumitomo's selection of Trillium Femtocell software and Trillium Professional Services is a valued recognition for Continuous Computing, as it further demonstrates our strength and traction in the global wireless telecom market."

Continuous Computing Corp.

Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd.

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