Continuous Adds Partners

Continuous Computing revamps partner program and welcomes new members

June 2, 2008

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SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing®, global provider of integrated systems and services that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy Next Generation Networks (NGN), today launched a revamped partner program consisting of a select list of the industry’s key providers of NGN, security, and wireless telecom products. Known as the Continuous Computing Network, the program will allow Continuous Computing and its partners to offer a more comprehensive, integrated set of products and services for telecom equipment manufacturers. These pre-configured, pre-tested systems are designed to empower customers to decrease development costs, speed time-to-market, and achieve higher performance.

Continuous Computing Network members are market-leading companies for products integrated in or complementing Continuous Computing’s products and services, including Intel, RMI, 6WIND, AMCC, Fulcrum, GoAhead, and picoChip. The network consists of three tiers of membership – Premium, Standard, and Entry-Level – and provides all members with wider marketing exposure and preferential access to Continuous Computing’s AdvancedTCA platforms and Trillium® protocol software. Standard and Premium members receive enhanced co-marketing support and expert technical resources for product benchmarking and integration, while Premium members also benefit from co-selling opportunities with Continuous Computing’s global sales force and sales partner alliances.

“We want to welcome our partners to the Continuous Computing Network – which is truly a win-win for members and customers alike because closer collaboration allows each of us to get to market much faster,” said Mike Dagenais, president and chief executive officer at Continuous Computing. “Premium and Standard members, in particular, can access new market opportunities that might not have surfaced without the partnerships established through our Network.”

Continuous Computing Corp.

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