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May 17th, 2006

Advanced Energy(R) Awarded Design Win

Abstract:
Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: AEIS) today announced it has secured a design win for its Sekidenko temperature and emissivity instrumentation from a leading provider of chemical vapor deposition (CVD) equipment for semiconductor manufacturing.

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