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Neoware Expands Reach

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. -- Neoware, Inc. (Nasdaq:NWRE), a leading provider of thin client computing solutions,
today announced the launch of the industry's first mobile virtual
desktop thin client solution, an initiative that expands the company's
reach into the rapidly growing virtualization market. The new solution
is the most comprehensive line of personal computer virtualization
devices available. Featuring virtual desktop-ready editions of its most
popular thin client devices, the new products are fully compatible with
leading virtual personal computer initiatives, including VMware's
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), IBM's Virtual Client solution
(VCS), and Citrix's Dynamic Desktop Initiative (DDI).

The new product line for this initiative includes special editions of
the Neoware c50 and Neoware e140 thin client devices, as well as the
Neoware m100 mobile thin client. All of these products are available
with either the Linux(r) or Microsoft(r) Windows(r) XPe operating
systems.

Even Neoware's entry-level VDI-ready devices with the Linux operating
system come with 128 MB of flash memory installed, ensuring that users
have access to greater built-in resources, and that the devices are
future-proofed as customers add capability and adopt emerging
virtualization technologies. Competing products deliver only 32 MB of
flash on their entry-level devices.

"The rise of virtualization technology in the corporate enterprise has
given way to a new breed of thin client solutions that provide
enterprises with tremendous advantages over traditional personal
computers," said Klaus Besier, CEO of Neoware. "As the first to market
with a mobile virtual desktop thin client solution, Neoware has taken a
significant step in driving the adoption of personal computer
virtualization and the evolution of thin client computing. We will
continue to leverage virtualization technology to provide our customers
with the most cost-effective and reliable thin client solutions
available."

Neoware Systems Inc.