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MicroTech Purchases Visual Communications Division of SIGCOM

July 23, 2008

VIENNA, Va., July 23 /PRNewswire/ — MicroTechnologies, LLC (D.B.A. MicroTech), a leading Information Technology, network support, communications and systems engineering firm, agreed today to purchase the assets of SIGCOM’s Visual Communications Technology Division for an undisclosed amount of money. SIGCOM, based in Greensboro, NC, has been a pioneer and leader in visual communications, video teleconferencing services, audio visual integration, Internet Protocol (IP) network services, streaming video solutions and many other types of communications technical services and solutions for over 20 years. A particular area of focus is providing secure, high quality, high volume video conferencing services over IP networks.

With this acquisition, MicroTech will provide managed solutions for the most demanding conferencing and collaboration technology supporting mission critical requirements throughout the Department of Defense, other federal agencies and commercial clients. MicroTech’s President and CEO Tony Jimenez stated that “the convergence of voice, video and data technologies makes the addition of SIGCOM’s capabilities a natural extension of MicroTech’s current strong system engineering and Information Technology focus. The merger between MicroTech and Carolina Management and Technology Inc., which was completed on July 6, 2008, coupled with SIGCOM’s Visual Communications Technology Division creates an entity uniquely positioned to provide customers the newest technologies available in the Information Technology arena.”

MicroTech is one of the most highly regarded and fastest growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned, and 8(a) Small Businesses in the nation. They provide Information Technology solutions to the U.S. Federal Government as well as state and local agencies. Learn more about MicroTech at http://www.microtech.net/.

MicroTech LLC

CONTACT: Aaron Drabkin of MicroTech, +1-703-891-1073,ADrabkin@microtech.net

Web Site: http://www.microtech.net/




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