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New entity to be named Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design

Digital Matrix Corp. Announces Spin-off of Advanced R&D Division

Long Island, NY | Posted on October 15th, 2009

Digital Matrix Corporation, recognized leader in precision electroforming and electroplating technology, today announced the spin-off of its advanced research and development group. The new company is named Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design and will be dedicated to the design and implementation of critical components ranging from precision electro-chemical processes, to Green building energy management systems.

The new company will focus on providing advanced technological solutions for various industries including MEMS, Flat Panel manufacturing, and Green Building control systems. The group will leverage its demonstrated expertise in software, electronics, and mechanical design to provide valuable support resources to companies worldwide.

Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design brings numerous successful implementations and partnerships in over 25 countries to the table.

"I am enormously pleased with the emergence of Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design as a company specifically focused on providing design and implementation of sophisticated technology solutions" stated Alex Greenspan, President of Digital Matrix Corporation. "We are fortunate in that our innovative efforts in the field of advanced electroplating systems have resulted in an interesting array of talents and capabilities, for which there is a growing demand."

The portfolio of clients and projects that Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design offers is long and impressive. Clients include Sandia National Laboratories, General Electric (GE), Sony, and many others. The company has also partnered with Mechoshade™ in the development and implementation of cutting edge automated solar shading systems on such projects as The New York Times corporate headquarters and other high profile buildings around the world.

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About Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design
Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design provides research, design and development services to clients in over 25 countries. Headquartered on Long Island, NY Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design team brings senior level, hands-on expertise to a diverse range of industries and projects. From Building Management Systems, to semiconductor/MEMS/Nano applications, to embedded control systems and sensor data acquisition Digital Matrix Advanced Systems has a proven track record of successful implementations. Projects include proof-of-concept prototypes, advanced technical research and analysis, and integration of disparate software applications. Clients range from start-ups to the world's leading corporations, universities and research laboratories.

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Contacts:
PR Contact:
Susan van Barneveld
Public Communications Worldwide
Tel. 714.891.3660


Client Contact:
Alex Greenspan
Digital Matrix Advanced Systems Design

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