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Symmetricom, Inc. (NASDAQ:SYMM), San Jose, Calif., a worldwide leader in precise time and frequency products and services, was awarded a contract from Dell Inc., a diversified information-technology supplier and partner, worth $995,000 of Symmetricom's TymServe 2100(TM) versatile GPS network time servers, the durable, dependable and accurate NTP server found in more companies than any other time server on the market.

"Dell recognizes that the TymServe 2100 simplifies the task of implementing and maintaining a network time synchronization system, offering better timing accuracy, decreasing security risk and providing a lower cost of ownership," commented Paul Skoog, product marketing manager at Symmetricom. "Network managers and system integrators appreciate the TymServe 2100 as a complete time server in a convenient, self-contained rack-mountable unit."

Symmetricom's TymServe 2100 network time server acquires time from the GPS satellite constellation, IRIG Time Code or Dialup Time Services (NIST, USNO) and distributes time using the Network Time Protocol, NTP. TymServe simplifies the task of implementing an enterprise network synchronization system, offers better timing accuracy, conserves WAN bandwidth, improves security and decreases cost of ownership.

For more information on Symmetricom's TymServe 2100, visit:

About Symmetricom Inc.

As a worldwide leader in precise time and frequency products and services, Symmetricom provides "Perfect Timing" to customers around the world, including communication service providers, network equipment manufacturers, US Department of Defense (DOD), aerospace contractors, enterprises, governments and research facilities. Since 1985, the company's timing, frequency and synchronization solutions have helped define the world's standards, delivering precision, reliability and efficiency to wireless and wireline networks, instrumentation and testing applications and network time management. Deployed in more than 90 countries, instrumentation products include atomic clocks, cesium and rubidium standards, VME, VXI, crystal oscillators, Bus Timing, PCI cards and Global Positioning

System (GPS) solutions for instrumentation applications, alphanumeric displays, as well as network time servers for Network Time Protocol (NTP) synchronization and time synchronization solutions. In 2002, Symmetricom acquired TrueTime and Datum, enhancing its position in the world time and frequency markets. Symmetricom is based in San Jose, Calif., with offices worldwide.

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