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Adds Distribution Partners, Start Science, in China and CORREMAX International in Taiwan

Cambridge NanoTech Expands Worldwide Sales and Support Network

Cambridge, MA | Posted on June 24th, 2008

Cambridge NanoTech, the world leader in Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) equipment for research and industry, today announced that it has signed agreements with Start Science of Beijing, China and CORREMAX International of Taipei, Taiwan to sell and service their full line of ALD equipment in those countries. Cambridge NanoTech already has several systems installed in China and Taiwan, being used for research, development and production.

"We are very pleased to be represented by these two outstanding companies in such an important region of the world," said Ray Ritter, Chief Operating Officer for Cambridge NanoTech. "We are confident that their many years of experience selling and supporting high-tech instruments, combined with their expertise and integrity, will be key in expanding our business in Southeast Asia."

"Cambridge NanoTech's systems will be an excellent addition to our portfolio of innovative, advanced instruments and equipment for the scientific and industrial research sectors in China," said Mr. Dongjun Wang, President of Start Science. "We believe there is a tremendous market opportunity in China for ALD solutions and we expect to grow this market significantly."

"Our experienced and knowledgeable team is already supporting Cambridge NanoTech systems running in production in Taiwan," said Mr. George Yen, Vice General Manager of CORREMAX International. "We believe the market for ALD systems in Taiwan, for both R&D and production, is just in its infancy. We are thrilled to be at the forefront of such an exciting opportunity."

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About Cambridge NanoTech
Cambridge NanoTech focuses on simplifying the science of atomic layer deposition solutions for customers worldwide-from universities to the largest corporations-by delivering comprehensive services and versatile, turnkey systems that are accessible, affordable and accurate to the atomic scale. Cambridge NanoTech, founded in 2003, grew directly out of the foremost ALD research group in the world the Gordon Lab at Harvard University.

About Start Science

Start Science is a leading supplier dedicated to providing advanced instruments and equipment to the scientific and industrial research sectors in China. They offer solutions such as innovative instrumentation, applications assistance, laboratory contract service, professional training and after sales service. Learn more at www.startscience.com.

About CORREMAX

CORREMAX International, of Taiwan, was founded in 2003 and is a leading supplier of mechanical, semiconductor, solar, optical and vacuum products in Taiwan. They have a highly experienced team of technologists supporting their full line of products in Taiwan. Learn more at www.corremax-taiwan.com.tw/.

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Mr. Ray Ritter
(617) 674 8800

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John Morgan
(781) 718 4530

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