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IBM, GAIN SIGN DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE ON IBM RISC SYSTEM/6000

 IBM, GAIN SIGN DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
 FOR MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE ON IBM RISC SYSTEM/6000
 PALO ALTO, Calif., April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Gain Technology Inc. today announced that it has signed a development agreement with IBM (NYSE: IBM) to provide Gain's multimedia application development software for IBM's RISC System/6000(TM) workstation line.
 Using Gain's software and AIX/6000(TM), IBM's operating system for the RISC System/6000, customers and software developers will be able to build and deliver distributed, large-scale business applications that incorporate text, graphics, image, sound, animation and video.
 Gain's software is object-based and supports multi-user, workgroup collaboration. It deploys an intuitive graphical user interface and high-level scripting language to facilitate the rapid development of interactive multimedia and hypertext systems. Applications include online training and support; financial, sales, personnel and customer support; and other business applications that can benefit from sensory-rich user interfaces.
 According to Thomas M. Siebel, chief executive officer of Gain Technology, "The availability of Gain products on the IBM RISC System/6000 should encourage a broad expansion in the deployment of multimedia systems for business applications. We are extremely pleased to be working with IBM to provide its workstation users with a sophisticated, cost-effective platform for building and delivering networked multimedia business solutions."
 "This agreement with Gain Technology will help us to provide our customers with innovative multimedia solutions that leverage the power and performance of the RISC System/6000 and AIX operating system," said IBM's Jeff Mason, Advanced Workstations and AIX Systems director.
 Gain Technology, headquartered in Palo Alto, develops and markets object-based multimedia software systems for use in large-scale business and consumer electronics applications. Gain's first product, GainExposure, was introduced in January 1992. Additional multimedia development products will become generally available for customers this spring. Gain was founded in 1989 and is 100-percent owned by its 75 employees.
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 NOTE TO EDITORS: RISC System/6000 and AIX/6000 are trademarks of IBM.
 /CONTACT: Mary MacGregor of Miller Communications, 415-962-9550, for Gain Technology; or Bob Runge of Gain Technology, 415-855-1736/
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