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Contacts: 	Thomas Skrobacz, Business Development, Boulder Instruments
		(303) 485-2721 x101, tom@boulderinstruments.com
		Note: Boulder Instruments is a DBA of Conduant Corporation

Longmont, Colorado — (April 6, 2001) — Boulder Instruments
(www.boulderinstruments.com) announced today Linux support for its real time
PCI and CPCI Recorders.   Linux support will be generally available on June
1, 2001 in direct response to increased customer demand both domestically
and abroad.

	“Boulder Instruments is embracing the strong movement towards
the open Linux  platform.   This announcement demonstrates our commitment
to expand our  leading edge real time recording solutions across Windows
and Linux platforms.  Linux is beta testing at a major university and one
of our major commercial customers during May.    Based on initial feedback
we expect to make our goal of 6/1 for general availability.” said Ken
Owens, Co-Founder and CEO.  “MIT Haystack Observatory is also extremely
interested in a Linux based product to record Very Long Baseline
Interferometry (VLBI) data from radio telescopes around the world”.

	Along with Linux support, Boulder Instruments is currently in
negotiations with several large customers to expand their StreamStor
product line for recording speeds exceeding the 1 Gbit/Sec threshold,
another first in disk based recording technologies.

	Boulder Instruments designs and manufactures real-time disk-based
recording systems for scientific and commercial applications.  It’s current
products can record hours of digital data at speeds in increments of 100
Mbytes/Sec. It is a privately held company located near Boulder, Colo. For
more information, visit the Boulder Instruments Web site at
www.boulderinstruments.com, email info@boulderinstruments.com, 
or call 303-485-2721.