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Aprisa Goes to Korea

KDC to bring Aprisa's concept-to-production software for electronic products to Korean Market

July 22, 2002

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WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- Aprisa, Inc., a developer of concept-to-production software solutions for OEMs and EMS providers, today announced that it has signed a marketing agreement with Korea Data Communications under which KDC will resell StraightLine -- a suite of interoperable but individually available applications for the manufacturers of electronic products. Under the terms of this agreement, KDC retains the exclusive rights to sell the StraightLine applications in Korea. KDC is a leading provider of telecommunications products and services, specializing in total network solutions. The company operates 18 network service centers throughout Korea, and its product offering includes optical fiber transmission equipment, high-speed Ethernet switches, ATM and SOHO routers. "In Korea it can be difficult to get timely information on the latest semiconductor solutions from the United States," said Joo Eun Yi, president of KDC. "We believe that StraightLine will significantly speed the flow of technical information to this country's equipment manufacturers, allowing them to become more competitive in global markets." "Having early access to the latest in component information can bring huge benefits to any electronic-product manufacturer, but we believe this is especially true for companies in Asia," said Martin Shum, Aprisa's founder and chief executive officer. "Having worked with KDC in past ventures, I know them to be an excellent channel partner, and I look forward to a rewarding relationship in bringing the value of StraightLine to Korea." Aprisa Inc.

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