TS1000 Servers Lead Pinnacle Data Systems to $1 Million Contract

10/15/2003 - Pinnacle Data Systems, Inc. (AMEX: PNS) (PDSi) announced that it has been awarded an order from a global telecommunications equipment provider of approximately $1 million for its TS1000 multi-processor telecommunications servers. Depending upon the availability of components, PDSi expects to ship the full order in the current quarter.

“PDSi is proud to have been specified as part of the winning network solution for a telecommunications service provider located in Asia,” said John D. Bair, Chairman, CEO and President of PDSi.

The TS1000 is a powerful, carrier-grade telecommunications server capable of supporting mission-critical telecommunications applications. The TS1000 offers high performance and scalability in a rack-mounted form, ultimately improving the efficiency of the carrier’s network and expanding the carrier’s capability to provide flexible, value-added services to the ultimate consumer. PDSi custom-designed the NEBS-certified TS1000 featuring PDSi’s AXmpC+ SPARCTM board, with CompactPCITM backplane connectivity, hot-swappable power supplies and storage.

About PDSi
PDSi provides technical services and solutions, encompassing the development and production of embedded (built-in) computer systems and components, and the testing and repair of computer systems, components and peripherals, to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in, among others, the computer, computer peripheral, data storage, digital-imaging, medical diagnostic, process-control and telecommunications equipment industries. PDSi offers a full range of services to increase product speed to market and engineered product life, and to provide service and support to units in the field through comprehensive product lifecycle management programs encompassing depot repair, advanced exchange, contact center support and end-of-life control. For more information, visit the PDSi Web site at www.pinnacle.com.

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