TXP has shipped its first Broadband Passive Optical Network ONT units to a major OEM and a Tier I Carrier

March 8, 2007

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RICHARDSON, Texas -- TXP Corporation (OTCBB:TXPO), an Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) for the electronics andtelecommunications industries, announced today that it has shipped its firstBroadband Passive Optical Network (BPON) Optical Network Terminal (ONT)units to a major Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and a Tier I Carrier.The shipments included both single family unit (SFU) and multiple-dwellingunit (MDU4) models.

Michael C. Shores, President and CEO, stated, "These first shipments are amajor milestone for the company, as we begin commercialization of the ONTproduct line we recently acquired from Siemens. These orders also validateour two-pronged strategy of pursuing both carriers and OEMs."

Mr. Shores continued, "Similar to the model followed in the maturing DSLmarket just a few years ago, the major systems vendors and carriers arebeginning to explore OEM sourcing for more cost-effective, time-sensitiveONT solutions that are interoperable across a wide range of networks. Webelieve that our pre-manufacturing services model and quick-turncapabilities enable us to bring products to market both faster and morecost-effectively than traditional providers. This allows us to providecustomized BPON and GPON ONTs to industry partners with a much fasterturnaround time and at very attractive price points.

TXP Corp. (Nasdaq: TXPO)

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