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Friday, October 10, 2003
Digital Compression Technology Offered by Tekron


Tekron Inc. announced the introduction of Tekron Digital Compression Software (TDCS) to the retail market. Tekron's new software can compress data and digital photos up to 1,000 times, thus achieving faster Internet transmission speeds than are currently possible. Digital photos retain their original resolution after they are received and decompressed. This process involving JPEG compression, greatly reduces the time required to send files and pictures over the Internet and provides approximately 1,000 times more storage space on music, camera video cards & discs for storage of music, video movies, files and pictures for any disc including the small camera discs that are inserted into video and still digital cameras plus 1,000 times faster transmission of video and pictures over the Internet.

Tekron Digital Compression Software gives to the user the opportunity to easily attach photos and files for e-mail transmission. TDCS also simplifies the process of e-mailing by reducing the steps required with other file compression products. TDCS will print photos in their original resolution using standard photo printers. Tekron's digital compression software meets current Internet standards for transmission and therefore will not overload the Internet during transmission. This combination of features and the small amount of hard disk space required by TDCS is available only in Tekron's revolutionary new software.

TDCS will be marketed in China and North America for $49.95 and will be available at retail and by Internet download. Promotion and marketing will be enhanced by the use of Tekron's new TV, digital set-top receivers which provide a comprehensive range of advanced cable, satellite and terrestrial digital video and audio applications with interactive customer capabilities


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