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 NETWORK SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
 MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Network Systems


(NASDAQ-NMS: NSCO) announced today that the board of directors has elected Michael F.G. Ashby to the position of executive vice president and chief operating officer. Ashby also will continue to serve as chief financial officer for the company. Ashby has had primary responsibility for the company's operations for the past six months, and has served as the company's chief financial officer since September 1992.
 Lyle Altman, chairman, stated, "Mr. Ashby's appointment serves to reaffirm the confidence that both the board and I have in the ability of Michael, and the executive team, to implement the company's strategy in the marketplace." Altman added that the search for a chief executive officer will continue.
 Network Systems, founded in 1974 and based in Minneapolis, provides industry-leading networking solutions that integrate the host-based and LAN-based worlds of computing. The company, which has installed systems in more than 4,000 customer sites around the world, develops, manufactures, markets and supports bridge-routers, channel extenders, CPU networking devices, host-LAN interconnect controllers, port switchable hubs, network-attached storage and backup solutions, and high-speed switches. The company stock is traded in the NASDAQ national market system, under the symbol NSCO.
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 /CONTACT: Julia Samsal of Network Systems, 800-672-7670/
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