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CPU Tech to Highlight Modernization Solutions at 2006 Airlift Tanker Association Convention.

PLEASANTON, Calif. -- CPU Technology, Inc., a leading supplier of high performance System-on-a-Chip (SoC) based computing systems, will be exhibiting at the 2006 Airlift Tanker Association Convention, October 29 - November 1st in Orlando, Fla.

"During the show, we plan to focus on how our solutions can complement EW systems such as the ALE-47 and the ALR-67," said Edward King, CEO of CPU Tech. "For an aged inventory, our modernization capabilities can truly alter the efficiency and safety of the machine."

In addition, the company will discuss its Enhanced Central Air Data Computer (ECADC) and how it can be repackaged specifically for the F-5 or any weapons system platform, and it's Mission Computers, such as the AYK-14. Visit Booth #1027 for more information about CPU Tech and to see the company's ECADC and Modernized Programmable Signal Processor (MPSP) on display.

About CPU Technology, Inc.

CPU Technology, Inc. develops and supplies Compatible System-on-a-Chip solutions for the high-end computing market. The company's products and services directly address the challenges associated with the transformation of microprocessor-based electronic systems to the SoC / MultiCore era. CPU Tech is a privately held company founded in 1989 with headquarters in Pleasanton, CA, and business development offices in Reston, VA. Current investors include The Carlyle Group. Visit for additional information.
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