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Microtech Incorporates High Speed - 4X - DVD-R Recorders in Automated Publishing Systems.

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BELMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 17, 2002

Microtech Systems, Inc. is now shipping the latest in high-throughout drive speed technology in all new DVD-R publishing and duplication systems. Anticipating the latest 4x Pioneer model A05 DVD-R recorders, Microtech's engineering department was prepared, reacting quickly to push the performance envelope from the previous 2x speed configuration.

Adding this high-speed DVD-R capability increases the throughput of the 600-disc Xpress system to fifteen full DVD-R's per hour. Customers can now take advantage of up to forty (40) full hours of lights-out systems operation.

Microtech's CD-R and DVD-R publishing and duplication systems have always incorporated the latest offerings from our OEM partners. According to Dr. Mike Fallavollita, Chief Technical Officer at Microtech, "Our close relationship with vendors in the industry, vast knowledge in CD and DVD formats, and the capabilities of our in-house Engineering group allow us to quickly evaluate and incorporate new technologies."

About Microtech

For over 22 years Microtech Systems has been the leading developer and manufacturer of high volume, high performance disc publishing and duplication systems and software. Microtech has pioneered both software and hardware products that continue to drive the evolution of technology.

Products include ImageAutomator(TM) and ImageMaker(R) CD-R production systems, and MyDisc(TM), BatchDisc(TM), ImageAligner(TM) and ImageAutoprinter applications. Microtech's award-winning product line offers an automated system for every budget, from the small front office Burnie system, to the midrange Xpress, to the high-volume production Classic series. For applications not requiring automated handling, Microtech also offers the ImageMaker MJ, a manual tower configuration CD/DVD duplication system.

The company's clients currently include AT&T, Lucent Technologies, CDnow, SmartForce (formerly CBT Systems), Informix, Intel, Kodak, Oracle, IBM, Capitol Records, Electronic Arts and many others.

For more information on pricing and availability, contact:

Microtech Systems

2 Davis Drive

Belmont, CA 94002-3002

Phone 800/223-3693 USA only and 650/596-1900 worldwide

FAX 650/596_1915

Email: info@microtech.com

Internet: www.microtech.com

Note to Editors: ImageMaker EZ, ImageAutomator, ImageMaker, ImageAligner, MyDisc and Microtech Systems are trademarks of Microtech Systems.
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