Agilent Technologies Lowers T&M Equipment Cost with Trade Up Program

5/7/2003 - Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) announced the Agilent Trade Up program, which lowers the costs of migrating to newer T&M (test and measurement) technology and strengthens the residual value for end user engineers, procurement managers and buyers.

"Agilent is helping companies secure the best T&M solutions available for their business while managing the risk of technology obsolescence by offering the industry's most comprehensive T&M trade-in program," said Bill Highstreet, vice president of Agilent's Financial Solutions Unit. "The Agilent Trade Up program preserves the price and measurement value of its equipment throughout the customer usage cycle, making Agilent equipment an exceptional short- and long-term value."

The Agilent Trade Up program is an ongoing program that applies to hundreds of qualifying Agilent products as well as select T&M equipment produced by other manufacturers. The program is centrally managed across product lines, and uses an automated system to calculate credits. The Agilent Trade Up program is available widely throughout North America, Asia and Europe. The size and consistency of the program makes it easy for companies to plan for T&M technology upgrades that will help them achieve their business and technology goals.

Customers contact Agilent to receive recommendations that will maximize their trade-in credits. Agilent's automated system calculates the available credit based upon the manufacturer, model, options and age of the products being traded-in, as well as the new products being purchased. Trade-in credits are applied to new purchases on the same purchase order.

Additional information on the Agilent Trade Up program is available at

About Agilent Technologies
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) is a global technology leader in communications, electronics, life sciences and chemical analysis. The company's 35,000 employees serve customers in more than 110 countries. Agilent had net revenue of $6 billion in fiscal year 2002. Information about Agilent is available on the Web at

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