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ANT announced that Steven Morris has joined the company in the role of systems architect

August 28, 2006

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CAMBRIDGE, U.K. -- ANT plc (AIM: ANTP), the marketleading provider of software and solutions for the IPTV, hybrid TV andconsumer electronics industries, today announced that Steven Morris hasjoined the company in the role of systems architect.

Morris is an experienced developer in the areas of interactive digitaltelevision and digital video broadcasting (DVB). Formerly of PhilipsElectronics in Taiwan and the UK, he was one of key architects of thedevelopment of the DVB Multimedia Home Platform (MHP) standard and itspredecessors, as well as related standards such as JavaTV and OpenCableApplication Platform (OCAP)

Morris is a co-author of "Interactive TV Standards: A Guide to MHP, OCAP andJavaTV." The book provides digital TV application and middleware developerswith a real-world guide to the new open standards for digital interactiveTV. He is a holder of several patents in the areas of Web browsing, Internetcontent adaptation, memory management in low-memory environments and digitalTV.

Simon Woodward, president and CEO of ANT, said: "Steve is a recognizedleader in the area of interactive digital television technologies andstandards. We are delighted to bring his extensive DVB experience andknowledge of the digital terrestrial, cable and satellite industries to ANT.Steve will be involved in the definition of architectures for new productsand advising customers and partners on using the ANT Galio Client andBrowser in TV networks."

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