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Continuous Computing Corp. acquires the Trillium portable software assets of Intel's Trillium Digital Systems Inc.

January 14, 2003

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SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing Corp. (CCPU), which produces platform solutions for network equipment manufacturers, today announced an agreement to acquire the Trillium® branded portable software products and certain associated intellectual property rights from Trillium Digital Systems Inc., an Intel company. The asset purchase includes the Trillium protocol stacks for the IP telephony, wireless, broadband and signaling markets utilizing industry-leading Trillium Advanced Portable Architecture (TAPA®). The asset purchase will enable CCPU to deliver source code, bundled software and hardware, and complete turnkey central office systems for network equipment providers. Financial terms were not disclosed. The asset purchase builds upon CCPU's strategy of providing every element of a high-availability, application-ready platform solution for network equipment providers. CCPU's award-winning boards, systems and high-availability middleware products will be enhanced with the complete suite of Trillium protocols such as H.323, MGCP, SIP, GPRS, IMT-2000, SS7 and SIGTRAN. As part of the agreement, CCPU will hire some of Intel's Los Angeles-based engineers and members of its worldwide sales and support organization. Current Trillium software customers will be supported by CCPU after the deal closes. "Like Continuous Computing, Trillium is a world-renowned leader with network equipment providers," said Ken Kalb, CEO, Continuous Computing. "The Trillium software base supports millions of active users. Our technology complements and enhances this source code model. Combined, CCPU and Trillium will help customers get their applications to market quickly and cost effectively on their choice of open architectures." Intel Corp.

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