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Chandler/May Expands Line to Include Tarari Processor for Reconfigurable High Performance Computing.

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SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 12, 2003

Alabama-Based Systems Integrator to Deliver Solutions for Off-Loading

Compute-Intensive Algorithms from High Performance Servers

Tarari Inc., the award-winning acceleration company, announced today that Chandler/May Inc., an Alabama-based systems integrator, will be selling the Tarari High Performance Computing Processor in Alabama, Georgia and Florida. The reconfigurable Tarari High Performance Computing Processor accelerates and off-loads compute-intensive algorithms from networking servers, cluster nodes, and embedded processors, enabling companies to increase the available cycles in new and existing clustered computing applications as well as individual servers and processors. Offering nearly 15 years of broad experience in the embedded computing market, Chandler/May works with customers in the aerospace/defense, telecommunications, industrial and medical markets.

"More and more of our customers are looking for solutions that offer an extreme boost in acceleration," said Jay Chandler, president of Chandler/May, "and we're extremely excited that Tarari is able to meet this challenge so cost-effectively. This will enable us to deliver greater value to our customers in the form of systems that are capable of far more processing at far less total cost. We look forward to a great partnership with Tarari."

"We are delighted to have a systems integrator with Chandler/May's stature and highly regarded reputation partner with Tarari as we build and expand our world-wide focus and channel on High Performance Computing," said Randy Smerik, president and CEO of Tarari Inc. "With the embedded High Performance Computing market growing steadily, Chandler/May represents the type of partner we need to help us expand our market while delivering systems that solve the greatest performance challenges of compute-intensive applications."

The Tarari High Performance Computing Processor includes many unmatched features such as advanced memory management, dynamic instantiation of multiple agents and a single-board construction that includes a patent-pending on-board cooling system. Because the Tarari High Performance Computing Processor is production-ready, time to market is dramatically reduced. Using Tarari High Performance Computing Processors, applications in a variety of fields, such as pattern recognition, seismic analysis, genomics and real-time processing of high volumes of data, can run at speeds well over 20-times faster than typical microprocessor-based systems.

About Tarari Processors

Improving performance using multiple processors has evolved from simple Beowulf clusters to today's high performance super clusters. Tarari High Performance Computing Processors snap into servers, cluster nodes and embedded processors servers to allow reconfigurable computation acceleration at much greater computation speeds than previously possible. The introduction of Tarari Processors, configured to perform the toughest portions of compute intensive algorithms, extends the power of HPC clusters and server-based applications.

About Chandler/May Inc.

Chandler/May Inc. (CMI) is a systems integration and software development company specializing in the design, development and integration of computer systems using commercial off-the-self (COTS) components. Founded in 1989, CMI provides its customers with computer system solutions and value-added services for mission critical applications based on VME, CompactPCI, PCI and Sun-based technologies. The company focuses on the aerospace/defense, telecommunications, industrial, and medical markets. A privately held corporation, Chandler/May is located in Research Park in Huntsville, Ala., with sales offices in Atlanta and Boca Raton, Fla. For more information, visit: www.chandlermay.com, email: sales@ChandlerMay.com, or call 256-722-0175.

About Tarari Inc.

Tarari Inc., the award-winning acceleration company headquartered in San Diego, designs and produces Tarari Processors that accelerate and off-load compute-intensive complex algorithms used in Network Security, Web services and High Performance Computing environments. Tarari's customers include independent software vendors, computer manufacturers and networking manufacturers. Tarari is a privately-held company with venture backing from Crosspoint Venture Partners, XMLFund, Miramar Venture Partners and Intel Capital. For more information, visit: www.tarari.com, e-mail: info@tarari.com, or call +1-858-385-5131.

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