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Linx Technologies Press Release - May 20, 2010

Linx Acquires Apex Wireless

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Linx Acquires Apex Wireless
MERLIN, OREGON—May 20, 2010—Linx Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of easily applied, cost-effective wireless solutions, today announced its acquisition of Apex Wireless, Inc. in a transaction with undisclosed terms. Based in Boulder, Colorado, Apex Wireless has provided RF product development, contract design, and wireless consulting services since 1985. Apex specializes in high performance, cost-optimized wireless products employing RF transmitters, receivers, and transceivers, including frequency hopping and direct sequence radios.

“This transaction is an ideal fit for Linx,” commented Paul True, Linx President and CEO. “Our goal is to provide products and services that allow customers to focus on their strengths and product vision rather than the complexities of the wireless design process. Apex’s long history and expertise in RF design, coupled with the skilled engineering resources of the Denver/Boulder area, will enhance Linx’s ability to serve our customers and meet competitive challenges.”

Mark Matlin, Apex Wireless CEO, added: “This acquisition will allow Apex the resources of a larger organization and will provide our customers with the long-term stability provided by an industry leader in the wireless solutions field. In addition, Linx will add cost-effective manufacturing capacity and extensive electronic distribution to our capabilities.”

Apex Wireless will retain its name and continue operations in Colorado as a business unit of Linx.

About Linx Technologies
Incorporated in April 1997, Linx Technologies is a leading provider of cost-effective, easily applied, highly versatile radio frequency (RF) products within the wireless industry. Today Linx applies its capacity to simplify electronics to a range of products and technologies including low-cost wireless voice, data and GPS modules; USB interface modules; OEM RF products; and encoder/decoder ICs. Through its Antenna Factor and Connector City divisions, Linx offers a wide range of standard and custom antennas, connectors, and cable assemblies.

Further information regarding this press release may be obtained by calling or visiting the companies’ respective websites at:
www.linxtechnologies.com (800) 736-6677
www.apexwireless.com (303) 443-6699



Further information regarding this Press Release may be obtained by calling or visiting the company's
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Linx Technologies
159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR  97532
www.linxtechnologies.com       (800) 736-6677



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Posted 5/24/2010

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