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Solana Technology Development to unveil the RingThing product line at the Mid-Year Variety Merchandise Show '95; new product line offers consumers greater control over the sounds around them.

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 10, 1995--Solana Technology Development (STD) Corp. today announced the unveiling of the RingThing(TM) product line at the 1995 Mid-Year Variety Merchandise Show at the Javits Convention Center of New York.

The RingThing audio unit, available in three models -- Diamond, Gold and Brass -- offers consumers a variety of choices in how to be alerted to an incoming telephone call, visitor or any other applications that require a high quality, pre-recorded or recordable sound, musical tune or message.

"By utilizing our expertise in engineering high-technology electronics, we were able to develop affordable products that offered both high quality sound and impressive volume capacity," said Kamran Moallemi, executive vice president and chief engineer for STD Corp. "The variety of high-quality alternative sound solutions that the RingThing products offer will make it a popular choice among consumers for many applications."

The Diamond RingThing contains a high quality microphone and allows the consumer to record their own variable length message. These customized messages are sounded between the standard telephone rings, allowing the consumer a unique way to enhance their existing ringer alert.

The Gold RingThing offers a wide variety of pre-recorded sounds to choose from including animal sounds, specialized sound effects, and a series of licensed music and voices. Like the Diamond RingThing, the Gold model sounds between the telephone's existing ringer alert.

The multipurpose Brass RingThing can be used in most alerting applications that use a switch activation, including doorbells, appliance buzzers, entry sensors and motion detectors. The Brass RingThing also contains a high-quality microphone, allowing consumers to record customized announcements for any number of applications.

Solana Technology Development Corp.'s Sound Source Library offers a plethora of sound bytes available upon request. These customized sound source materials can be utilized with any of the RingThing products.

Solana Technology Development's demonstrations of the RingThing will take place during normal exhibit hours at the Mid-Year Variety Merchandise Show, Booth No. 2046, in the Javits Convention Center of New York.

Solana Technology Development Corp., headquartered in Cardiff, Calif., designs, manufactures and distributes a range of consumer electronics. The company develops technologies and applications for spread-spectrum and electronic voice/data products for the benefit of high-technology and general consumers worldwide. -0-

NOTE TO EDITORS: Solana Technology Development (STD) and RingThing are trademarks of Solana Technology Development Corp. Other names may be registered trademarks or trademarks of the respective companies.

CONTACT: Solana Technology Development Corp.

Robert Warren, 619/634-3787

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Coleman Communications

Joanne Coleman, 619/436-2494
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