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Vapor Chamber Lawsuit Expands to Include Dynatron Corporation and Hewlett- Packard in China

January 5, 2010

HONG KONG, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Convergence Technologies Limited
today announced the expansion of its vapor chamber lawsuits to include
Dynatron Corporation and Hewlett-Packard in China. The China lawsuit was
filed in Beijing on December 16th against Hewlett-Packard in China. This
China lawsuit is parallel to the on-going USA lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard
in the USA and a necessary step to bring actions against Microloops in China
and its various partners. Meanwhile, Dynatron Corporation, a company located
in Fremont California, has been sued for willful infringement in the above-
mentioned on-going USA lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard (filed on November 9th
in the Eastern District Court of Virginia).

At the same time, Convergence Technologies Limited announced the formal
termination of the G1x8 product which was exclusive for Dynatron Corporation.
In 2008, Convergence Technologies Limited completed development of an
aluminum-finned vapor chamber cooler for 1-U server applications, which began
shipment to Dynatron under the product code of G1x8. On September 19th,
Convergence became aware of Dynatron publicly selling a replacement vapor
chamber cooler with copper fins called G218, and dissections revealed it to
possess the same allegedly infringing features as parts manufactured by Taiwan
Microloops Corporation. Subsequently, Convergence contacted Dynatron to seek
clarifications on their intentions in light of the ongoing litigations against
Microloops and the significant risks faced by Dynatron and its customers in
the USA and China, particularly since Dynatron allegedly received information
on the lawsuit against Microloops as early as May 5th, 2009, and has received
shipments of Convergence’s products bearing their relevant patent numbers.

“It is unfortunate that Dynatron has refused our offer to work out a
solution and has thus apparently decided to fight this in court. As evident
from the number of allegedly infringing parties, our patented Multiwick
structures give vapor chambers the necessary breakthrough in cooling
performance, but it is unfortunate that market participants, such as Dynatron,
continue to question our commitment to protect our intellectual properties.
In this regard, we hope these latest lawsuits will send a clearer message.
Meanwhile, the company is renaming the G1x8 as CT118 and is now making it
available to the general market,” says Dr. Steven H. Lee, founding President &
CEO of Convergence Technologies Limited. Allegedly, Dynatron is currently
reselling Microloops’ vapor chamber products as its own products “produced” in
its Taiwan or China facilities, and that many of its customers may not be
aware that the actual chamber was most likely produced by Microloops. All
products, authorized by Convergence, are labelled with its logo and the
following patent numbers (U.S. patent #7,422,053; China patent #03816747.6)

About Convergence Technologies Limited ( http://www.ctl-intl.com ):

Convergence Technologies (USA) LLC was established in the Eastern District
of Virginia and owns the USA patent on a proprietary vapor chamber technology,
which is commercialized through CT Electronics Limited. Both Convergence (USA)
and CT Electronics are subsidiaries of Convergence Technologies Limited.

    Media Contact:

     Carrie Cho
     Tel:   +852-3595-1900
     Email: pr@ctl-intl.com

SOURCE Convergence Technologies Limited


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