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November 28, 2001


CALGARY, AB - PsiNaptic's JMatos™ software is now available for Dallas Semiconductor's Tiny InterNet Interface (TINI™), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Maxim Integrated products (NASD:MXIM).

PsiNaptic, an innovator in pervasive computing, is the first to make stand alone Jini™ technology available for any deeply embedded processor with a Javaª Virtual Machine (JVM). The TINI platform is a combination of a small but powerful chipset and a Java-programmable runtime environment.

Clayton Ware, TINI Product Manager, Dallas Semiconductor/Maxim, said, "With a footprint of less than 100 kilobytes, JMatos enables Jini technology to be deployed on TINI platforms giving everything from small sensors and actuators to factory automation equipment and legacy hardware the ability to spontaneously join a network and exchange information and services."

By simultaneously eliminating the need for RMI (Remote Method Invocation) and meeting the Jini specifications, JMatos is a significant step forward in the development of a protocol that enables all devices to discover other devices and form ad hoc network federations in which information and services can be freely and easily exchanged.

"JMatos software gives devices using the TINI platform a lot of autonomy," says Dr. Steven Knudsen, Senior Vice-President and Chief Technical Officer of PsiNaptic. "JMatos allows small, inexpensive, mobile devices to act for themselves and minimizes the effort and complexity of planning, configuring and managing a network based on deeply embedded processors."

A JMatos software development kit for TINI is currently available for download at www.psinaptic.com.

More information about the TINI platform is available at www.ibutton.com/TINI/index.html

PsiNaptic Inc.

PsiNaptic implements distributed computing frameworks such as Jini technology for use in very small microprocessors. By combining this technology with Java technology and standard wireless protocols such as Bluetoothª, PsiNaptic works with OEMs to add low cost, low power, wireless networking and spontaneous interaction capabilities to everyday objects.

PsiNaptic envisions a world of intelligent devices that communicate with each other to perform tasks and services on behalf of people.

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