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Dynatech Announces Several
BURLINGTON, Mass., July 13, 1998 . . . Dynatech Corporation reported
that its AIRSHOW, TTC, and Itronix subsidiaries received several large orders recently.
AIRSHOW, the worldwide leading provider of passenger in-flight information and
entertainment systems, recently received three separate orders from Cessna Aircraft
Company, Gulfstream Service Center, and a large international airline, which together
amounted to approximately $5 million. The orders are for AIRSHOW's mapping systems,
software and AIRSHOW TV®.
AIRSHOW also announced the first AIRSHOW TV installation on a Challenger corporate jet.
This marks the fourth installation of AIRSHOW TV on various aircraft to date. AIRSHOW TV
is the first live television system available to private jets via direct broadcast
satellite with video programming similar to that received in a home or office. Passengers
onboard the Challenger corporate jet are now able to tune into live news and sports
broadcasts, as well as many of their other favorite television channels while in flight.
Germantown, Maryland-based TTC announced a sale of over $3 million of its centralized
test and monitoring systems to Nextel Communications, Inc., a leading provider of
all-digital wireless services. The test system will enhance Nextel's ability to assure
network availablity and will play a critical role in verifying and maintaining Nextel's
network performance for its nationwide customers.
TTC's comprehensive system solution for network test and monitoring comprises several
key components: the CENTEST 650, a centralized test unit which allows users to monitor and
troubleshoot networks from a single location; NetAnalyst, an integrated test management
software; EarlyWarning, surveillance software from Clear Communications, Inc. which
collects and analyzes network data to identify problems before they occur; and TTC service
Itronix Corporation received a $7 million order for ruggedized notebook computers from
one of the nation's leading insurance companies. This company's mobile automobile and
property claims adjusters around the country will use Itronix's XC-6250 ruggedized
notebook computers, which are equipped with communications capabilities, for on-site
appraisal to expedite property settlement.
Itronix Corporation is a leading supplier of ruggedized notebook computers used by
telephone companies, utilities and other organizations with large field-service workforces
to collect and transmit information to a central database.
Dynatech Corporation (OTC-BB: DYNA) is a global communications equipment company
focused on network technology solutions. Its products address communications test,
industrial computing and communications, and visual communications applications.
Headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, Dynatech sells its products worldwide through
subsidiaries located throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia (Internet URL: