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Codeon Appoints Sales Execs

Codeon Corporation adds strategic territory representatives for Italy, Canada, and some areas of the U.S.

March 18, 2002

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COLUMBIA, Md. -- CODEON Corporation, a leading designer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art optical components for the fiber optic telecommunications industry, announced today the addition of strategic territory representatives to aid in the solution selling process to the OEM customer base. The territories immediately addressed are Italy, Canada, and select areas of the United States. The development of optical transport systems has been very strong for many years in Italy. To attentively address this market, CODEON has enlisted Volare Technologies to represent CODEON's expanding product lines. Volare's extensive knowledge of the customer base and their complimentary semiconductor line card makes them an ideal partner for CODEON. Pierdamiano Venti, President of Volare Technologies stated, "CODEON's products fit perfectly into our portfolio, which is focused on metro and long haul optical networking solutions." Cee-Jay Microsystems has been appointed as the CODEON representative for all of Canada. With a long history of success in the Canadian market, Cee-Jay will provide CODEON with immediate and extensive coverage in this very strategic market. "The Canadian electronics market is very heavily weighted towards networking and communication oriented companies. As a technology innovator, CODEON is a natural fit for our customer base as well as Cee-Jay's optical product portfolio. We are very optimistic about the market potential we see for CODEON in Canada," stated Perry Bortolotti, President of Cee-Jay Microsystems. In the United States, Multiwave Digital Solutions has joined the CODEON representative network covering Texas and California. Multiwave has a very complimentary line card and has generated immediate customer success with the Mach-10(TM) product line. "We are proud to be part of CODEON's sales channel. We believe that Multiwave has the knowledge and trust of its customers that CODEON deserves," commented Sylvain Griffin, President of Multiwave Digital Solutions. Codeon Corp.

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