TenAsys Achieves Gold-level Status as Windows Embedded Partner

8/19/2002 - TenAsys announced it has earned Microsoft Corp.'s support and recognition by being conveyed the highest level of "Gold" status as a Windows Embedded Partner (WEP).

TenAsys, a long-time member of the WEP Program, provides INtime software as a highly valued real-time technology to enhance the deterministic responsiveness of a variety of Windows operating systems, including Windows XP Embedded, Windows 2000, and Windows NT Embedded 4.0.

"TenAsys' software helps OEMs deliver real-time capabilities while ensuring reliability and determinism for Windows Powered devices," said Keith White, senior director of the Embedded and Appliance Platforms Group at Microsoft Corp. "Microsoft is pleased to elevate TenAsys to Gold-level status in the category of Independent Software Vendor for demonstrating excellence in building and enabling Windows Powered solutions."

"With over 20 years of industrial-hardened, real-time control deployments, the combined technologies of Windows and INtime operating systems are second to none in features, performance and reliability," says Rick Gerber, President of TenAsys Corporation. "We appreciate the recognition afforded to us as a WEP Gold-level member, as we extend our commitment to long-term support of real-time technologies in embedded computer applications."

About TenAsys (www.tenasys.com)
TenAsys Corporation is a software company dedicated to real-time system technology for Intel-based PC platforms. TenAsys products, INtime real-time extensions to Windows, iRMX and iRMX for Windows, remain the only fully featured real-time operating systems which were designed exclusively for Intel architecture CPUs.

More information on real-time products from TenAsys Corporation can be found at their corporate web site. Additional information on the Windows Embedded Partner Program and Gold-level status can be found at www.mswep.com

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