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EoPlex Technologies Named Cool Vendor by Gartner

April 11, 2007

The developer of miniature electronic components and subassemblies is recognized for its printing process and unique printing materials, which can be used to form complex components, all in the same device and at low cost.

REDWOOD CITY, CA /PRNewswire/ -- EoPlex Technologies has been named a "Cool Vendor" by Gartner Inc. EoPlex was listed in Gartner's report "Cool Vendors in Semiconductors, 2007," published March 23, 2007. EoPlex has developed a printing process and unique printing ceramic and metal printing materials that can build sophisticated objects with a sweet spot in the millimeter to centimeter range.

"This process allows us to form complex components, from conductors, insulators, ceramics, and metals, all in the same device and at low cost," said Arthur L. Chait, CEO.

Examples of products under development at EoPlex include an energy harvester based on piezo-electric materials that can power wireless tire pressure sensors and sensors in other rugged environments; a miniature catalytic reformer to provide hydrogen to mobile fuel cells; novel thermal management systems and specialized electronic circuits and packages.

About Gartner's Cool Vendors Selection Process
Gartner's listing does not constitute an exhaustive list of vendors in any given technology area, but rather is designed to highlight interesting, new, and innovative vendors, products, and services. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness of a particular purpose.

Gartner defines a Cool Vendor as a company that offers technologies or solutions that are innovative—enable users to do things they couldn't do before; impactful—have or will have business impact (not just technology for the sake of technology); intriguing—have caught Gartner's interest or curiosity in approximately the past six months.

About EoPlex Technologies Inc.
EoPlex produces components in layers, using custom printing equipment and proprietary "inks" that carry ceramic, metallic, or polymer materials to millions of locations. This allows the manufacture of components with integrated chambers, channels, sensors, circuits, reactors, energy scavengers, and other features. Many parts are created simultaneously in large panels, and the only tooling required is low-cost printing masks. As a result, there is great flexibility to change designs quickly, allowing fast time to market and even modifications during full production runs. EoPlex Technologies Inc. is located in Redwood City, CA.

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