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PT Goes Quad

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Performance Technologies (NASDAQ: PTIX), a leading developer of communication platforms and systems, today introduced the PCE385, a new quad T1/E1/J1 PCI Express telecom adapter. This newest addition to the company's industry-leading family of access solutions, the PCE385 includes an onboard MPC8280 PowerQUICC IIT RISC communications processor and is enabled by Performance Technologies complete suite of software offerings.

The PCE385 is enabled with NexusWare CoreR, Performance Technologies' comprehensive, highly integrated, Linux-based software distribution that provides a comprehensive development, integration and management environment designed to speed time-to-market for system engineers using Performance Technologies' solutions to build packet-based wireless and IP telephony systems. Additionally, Performance Technologies' software suite offers a number of signaling and communications protocols including SIP, SS7 MTP-2, ISDN and WAN connectivity with Frame Relay, HDLC, LAPD, and X.25.

"With the introduction of PCI Express servers as the latest standard for PCI-based solutions, telecom OEMs and integrators will require high density, highly advanced I/O solutions for use in these new servers," said Steven Wigent, access product manager for Performance Technologies. "Coupled with our powerful NexusWare enabling software, the PCE385 continues Performance Technologies' commitment to delivering high density and high-performance access solutions for telecom and IP telephony systems."

Performance Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: PTIX)

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