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ENCRYPTCO DEMONSTRATES NEW TECHNOLOGY AT FOSE '92 MARCH 31 - APRIL 2

ENCRYPTCO DEMONSTRATES NEW TECHNOLOGY AT FOSE '92 MARCH 31 - APRIL 2
 EVENT: Demonstration of new technology that reduces by as much as 700 percent the cost of equipment that government officials need to guarantee the secure transmission of data.
 The technology, as embodied in Encryptco's TX-161 protocol converter and the PC-161 computer fax interface, facilitates secure communications using Military Standard 188-161, the required government protocol. The equipment sends and receives secure information easily and effectively from non-secure facsimile machines and computers, respectively.
 WHEN: March 31 - April 2
 Federal Office Systems Exposition (FOSE '92)
 Booth 4029
 Washington Convention Center
 900 Ninth Street N.W., Washington
 BACKGROUND: Encryptco is a Dallas-based firm specializing in the development, manufacture and sale of advanced secure data transmission products. Encryptco's products:
 -- provide significant cost-savings to budget-strapped government
 agencies and private contractors, especially during this
 recession (the PC-161 costs under $2,000 and the TX-161 costs
 $2,500);
 -- save government agencies -- and ultimately the taxpayers --
 thousands of dollars over the expense of technologically
 limited secure facsimile machines that can cost as much as
 $15,000 each;
 -- help improve efficiency and effectiveness in the workplace;
 -- can be easily upgraded to accommodate new technology and
 technology standards that the federal government may adopt in
 the future.
 NOTE: The TX-161 and PC-161 are trademarks of Encryptco.
 CONTACT: Ed Segal for Encryptco, 202-333-7966.
 -0- 3/30/92


CO: Encryptco ST: District of Columbia, Texas IN: CPR SU: PDT

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