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3GSM World Congress, Cannes, France, 20 February, 2002.

Sasken announced today that its WCDMA- protocol stack software has been optimized to work on Intel Corporation's semiconductor platform. Third-generation wireless devices demand much better performance to enable a variety of applications. "Sasken's wireless protocol stack solution will provide competitive differentiation for semiconductor offerings. Working with Intel is an important step toward meeting our goal in becoming the world's leading independent vendor for wireless protocol stacks" said Rajiv Mody, Chief Executive Officer of Sasken.

Hans Geyer, Vice President & General Manager, Cellular Communication Division, Intel, said "Sasken is a leading communications software vendor in 3G wireless technologies. They have demonstrated their expertise in evolving wireless technologies and translating them into commercial products. We have been working with Sasken for over a year to optimize their WCDMA protocol stack for Intel's platform. With this excellent WCDMA technology and the Intel® Personal Internet Client Architecture, we are providing our customers with the ability to deliver exciting next-generation voice and data devices."

For further information contact:

Jeremy Wrench
Account Director
Companycare Communications
Tel: + 44 (0)1189 395900

About Sasken

Sasken is a leading provider of telecommunications software services and solutions to network equipment manufacturers, mobile terminal vendors and semiconductor companies around the world. Sasken delivers end-to-end solutions that enable richer content delivery on next generation networks by building on its accumulated technical expertise in wireless and broadband technologies, signal processing and IC design.

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