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MOTOROLA AND INTEGRATED SYSTEMS ANNOUNCE RESELLER AGREEMENT

 MOTOROLA AND INTEGRATED SYSTEMS ANNOUNCE RESELLER AGREEMENT
 AUSTIN, Texas, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The Microprocessor and Memory Technologies Group of Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) announced today the signing of an agreement with Software Components Group (SCG), a division of Integrated Systems, Inc. (ISI), to bundle SCG's real-time operating system, pSOS+, with Motorola's 68000 Family microprocessors.
 Under the agreement, Motorola will sell the pSOS+ operating system family with microprocessors from its 680x0, 68EC0x0 and 68300 product lines that are targeted for embedded control applications. As a result, Motorola's embedded control products will offer customers a more comprehensive hardware and software package.
 "As the largest worldwide supplier of embedded-control microprocessors, Motorola needs partners that offer excellent products backed by strong international support networks. ISI is just that," said Jim Reinhart, Motorola's 68000 Family manager, marketing and applications. "With ISI, we can offer our embedded-control customers around the world a robust hardware and software solution to help them speed innovative product designs to market."
 ISI's pSOS+ product family is available immediately through Motorola sales channels for approximately $7,000 per development kit. The development kit consists of pSOS+ realtime kernel and pROBE+ debugger development packages. ISI will support the pSOS+ development kit.
 "Motorola's commitment to provide a total solution clearly shows the growing role software plays in selecting system architecture," said Alfred Chao, ISI's executive vice president of the SCG Division. "We are pleased to compliment Motorola's microprocessors with our high quality software components."
 The reseller agreement is non-exclusive for both Motorola and ISI. Motorola will continue to support other real-time operating systems vendors.
 Integrated Systems, Inc. is the leading worldwide supplier of products and services for control systems design and stimulation, and real-time software applications. In 1991, ISI merged with Software Components Group creating the world's largest vendor in the real-time software and systems design markets. ISI's products enable engineers to create reliable, efficient cost-effective systems. Its products are used in the aerospace, automotive, computer peripherals, defense, electronic and medical instrumentation, factory automation, office equipment and telecommunications industries. The company sells its products through a direct sales force in the U.S. and through distributors and independent representatives in Europe, Asia and Australia. Its stock trades on the NASDAQ National Market system.
 Motorola is one of the world's leading suppliers of electronic equipment, systems, components and services for worldwide markets. Products include two-way radios, pagers, cellular telephone systems, semiconductors, defense and aerospace electronics, automotive and industrial equipment, computers, data communications and information processing and handling equipment.
 Motorola was a winner of the U.S. Department of Commerce's first Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, in recognition of its superior-wide quality management process.
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 /CONTACT: Guy Occhipinti of Integrated Systems, Inc. 408-980-1500, or Patty Kachmer of Cunningham Communication, Inc. 617-494-8202/
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