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STAR TECHNOLOGIES AND GENERAL ELECTRIC SIGN DEVELOPMENT PACT

    STAR TECHNOLOGIES AND GENERAL ELECTRIC SIGN DEVELOPMENT PACT
    STERLING, Va., Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Star Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ-NMS: STRR) today announced that it has signed a $1.2 million development agreement with the General Electric Company's Medical Systems (GEMS) Group of Milwaukee.  Under the terms of the agreement, GEMS will provide funding to Star for the development of future generation medical imaging products.
    "This agreement reflects the continuation of the technical partnership between Star and GEMS," said Robert C. Compton, Star's president and CEO.  "We are very pleased that GEMS continues to use Star's array processors to meet its CT scanning needs for today and in the coming years.  We look forward to continuing a long-term, productive relationship."
    Earlier this year, Star also announced a five-year extension through 1995, of its sole-source OEM product agreement with GEMS, through which Star supplies the ST-CT array processor for use in GEMS' 9800 Quick Series medical imaging Computed Tomography (CT) scanners.  Star developed the ST-CT array processor in 1985 specifically for GEMS.
    Star Technologies is a leading supplier of high-performance computing products, including array processors, network compute servers, and real-time image generators.  Star is headquartered at 515 Shaw Rd., Sterling, Va., 22170.
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    /CONTACT:  Helen Ryan of Star Technologies, Inc., 703-689-4400/
    (STRR) CO:  Star Technologies, Inc. ST:  Virginia IN:  CPR SU: SB-TW -- DC008 -- 0682 11/04/91 11:11 EST
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