ANT Strengthens European Business Development Team

2/18/2003 - ANT Limited, a leading provider of browser-based content rendering solutions for TV, DVD player and other consumer electronic devices, has strengthened its business development team with the appointment of Stephen Reeder, to help build its European business through customer focus and new accounts.

Reeder brings to ANT 15 years' technical and commercial experience in the telecoms and IT marketplace. As an account director with Lucent Technologies, Reeder was responsible for global account development, and management, for optical transport and VoIP products. Prior to this Reeder headed up new product development for Concertís ASP hosting, after joining from BT where he had held various commercial and technical roles in the Cable TV Services and Consumer Products Divisions.

"The opportunities for ANT in the consumer electronics device market are immense," said Rhys Grossman, Senior Vice President, Business Development. "ANT already has a very impressive customer and partner base and I am very much looking forward to Stephen helping us to further strengthen our market leadership."

About ANT Limited
ANT Limited ( is a leading provider of browser-based content rendering solutions for TV, DVD and other consumer electronic devices. ANTís solution includes a browser, software architecture and user interface toolkit that enable OEMs, service providers and network operators to provide highly compelling interactive content and services to the consumer. ANTís software can be integrated quickly into any platform and operating system, and has been implemented into a wide range of interactive TV and digital entertainment devices around the world. Current customers include Thomson Multimedia, OpenGlobe, Pace Micro Technology, Philips Semiconductor, HUMAX and Sagem.

ANT, the ANT logo, Fresco and SimplEmail are all trademarks or registered trademarks of ANT Limited.

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