LTX Corp.'s Fusion CX configuration has been selected by Synad Technologies to test its chipsets

August 28, 2002

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WESTWOOD, Mass. -- LTX Corporation (Nasdaq:LTXX), a leading supplier of semiconductor test solutions, today announced that its Fusion CX configuration has been selected by Synad Technologies, a fast growing fabless chip company focused on developing advanced technologies and products for Wireless Local Area Networking (WLAN). As a part of this selection, Synad has contracted LTX to develop test application technology for the Mercury5G dual band WLAN chipset. To transfer Mercury5G to production, Synad has also appointed ST Assembly Test Services Ltd ("STATS" - NNM: STTS and SGX: ST Assembly) as its subcontract partner for test and assembly. "As Synad seeks to address the issue of standards interoperability in the multi-standard WLAN environment, we place demanding technology requirements on our test solutions," commented Ashok Dhuna, Chief Technical Officer for Synad Technologies. "Fusion's advanced RF subsystem and LTX's expert applications development resources provide the capability and flexibility we need to cost effectively address all of our devices' WLAN requirements." Tan Lay Koon, President and CEO, STATS, highlighted, "With the increased reliance semiconductor companies place on STATS' test capabilities, it is incumbent on us to offer the most advanced solutions to address their requirements." He elaborated, "LTX and Fusion are integral in those efforts, enhancing our ability to offer Synad and others the technology, flexibility and cost advantages to succeed in today's competitive environment." LTX Corp.Synad Technologies Ltd.

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