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16 Local High Tech Companies Going to CA to Meet Investors at AeA Classic Financial Conference.

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AeA Classic Financial Conference 2002

WOBURN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 24, 2002

Twenty Four Local High-tech Companies Will Attend the AeA Classic

November 3-6 in San Diego, CA in Search of Investment Visibility

Executives from 27 local high tech hope to return from the AeA Financial Conference in San Diego, California next month with higher stock prices. In its 32nd year, the AeA Classic Financial Conference allows investors a unique forum where they can talk with company executives about their business plans and emerging technologies one-on-one. The event will take place November 3-6 this year.

"The AeA Classic is the only forum of its kind that provides intimate interaction between high-tech company executives and analysts in an impartial environment," said Anne Doherty Johnson, AeA New England region executive director. "Because of the strong technology sector in New England, our region sends the second largest contingent of companies to this event each year."

"In today's market, it is critical for technology companies to be able to communicate their market strategies and discuss rapidly changing business conditions directly with investors and analysts," said Roland Thomas, president and CEO of Moldflow Corporation. "The AeA Classic not only offers the forum to deliver this message, but also provides a valuable opportunity to answer the specific questions that are important to investors today."

"The AeA Classic has become an annual tradition in Avid's investor relations calendar," said David Krall, President and CEO, Avid Technology, Inc., Tewksbury, MA. "Over the past few years, we have established important relationships with potential investors during the conference, and I personally look forward to the frank, and in-depth discussions that take place there. The presentation format is ideally suited for intimate, one-on-one discussions with analysts and investors."

Other participating New England companies include: Avid Technology, Inc. (AVID); Brooks-PRI Automation, Inc. (BRKS); Kopin Corp. (KOPN); Kronos Inc. (KRON); LTX Corp. (LTXX); MatrixOne, Inc. (MONE); Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (MRCY); MKS Instruments, Inc. (MKSI); Photronics, Inc. (PLAB); Progress Software Corp. (PRGS); Rogers Corp. (ROG); SeaChange International, Inc. (SEAC); Skyworks Solutions, Inc. (SWKS); Ascential Software Corp. (ASCL); Boston Communications Group, Inc. (BCGI); Bottomline Technologies, Inc. (EPAY); Concerto Software, Inc. (CRTO); Ibis Technology Corp. (IBIS); I-many, Inc. (IMNY); Lionbridge Technologies, Inc. (LIOX); Moldflow Corp. (MFLO); NetScout Systems, Inc. (NTCT); NMS Communications Corp. (NMSS), and TranSwitch Corp. (TXCC).

The AeA Classic is organized into two sessions, the first for companies with over $300 million in market capitalization or revenue and a second for those between $100 and $300 market cap or revenue. During each session, analysts are able to meet with companies to discuss their investment potential.

Companies representing every sector of the high-technology industry will present their stories at the AeA Classic this year, including: software; semiconductor; wireless; defense technology; security, and medical devices. Many emerging giants have come through the doors of the AeA Classic over the years, including Intel, Cisco and AOL. The Classic's reputation for attracting the next "up and comers" has made it the premier financial conference of the high-tech industry for over three decades.

"The next generation of high-tech leaders is now registered, just waiting to update investors on future plans," said William T. Archey, AeA president and CEO. "We have an outstanding roster of member companies and investment firms with confirmed attendance."

More information and a list of presenting companies lists are available on www.aeanet.org. For company profiles and product descriptions, please visit www.tradeshownews.com.
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