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Due To Recent GSA Schedule Award To Legacy Electronics, Government Procurers Have New DRAM Memory Provider Option

SAN CLEMENTE, CA — January 18, 2005 — The General Services Administration of the U.S. Government has awarded Legacy Electronics, a memory module manufacturer, a GSA Schedule that will allow them to bid on government contracts.  Legacy Electronics announced the nod of approval this week, and the move gives government purchasers another vendor option for a wide range of DRAM (dynamic random access memory) modules for computing, telecommunications, and industrial applications.

“The federal government will contract out $291 billion worth of goods and services in FY2005,” said Ed Monzon, Legacy’s Business Development Manager. “In 2003, the government spent $26.1 billion through GSA Schedules.  GSA Schedules procurement is expected to grow at over 24% per year.  We are excited to take advantage of this new opportunity, as we may now start working more hand-in-hand with government contractors to offer complete solutions.”

Jason Engle, Legacy Electronics’ President and CEO, commented “This is a milestone for us.  With our wide product line of DRAM modules, ranging from 128 Mbyte to 2 Gbyte, Legacy is in a great position to fill many of the requirements within the IT segment.  Our advanced technology also allows us to offer custom modules for military applications.  Currently we are working on a military aviation test project involving a 1 Gbyte, low-profile 0.7” DDR1 module.”

Legacy Electronics’ GSA Schedule number is GS-35F-0227R.

GSA Schedule Background

The General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule is the standard contract that outlines all terms and conditions between a contractor and the U.S. Government.  The GSA is the purchasing and management agent of the U.S. Government, while the Federal Supply Service of the GSA operates the GSA Schedules program.  All agencies of the federal government may use the GSA schedule contract to fill their requirements.

About Legacy Electronics

Founded in 1993 and located among the new high-technology companies of South Orange County, California, Legacy Electronics is home of the patented Canopy® chip-stacking alternative, a three-dimensional printed circuit board subassembly and process technology, and the new low-form-factor ‘Point Seven™’ memory module product line.  Legacy is an ISO 9001:2000 certified manufacturer, designer and tester of high-speed, high-density memory modules, printed circuit boards, and other computer products.

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