QUALITYLOGIC ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF TEST TOOLS DIVISION

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QualityLogic Inc. has formed the QualityLogic Test Tools Division, which went into full operation January 2, 2003. Dave Jollota, a 12-year veteran of QualityLogic, will head up the division. Jim Zuber, one of the founders of Genoa Technology and chief architect of the Genoa line of test tools, has rejoined the company as vice-president of research and development.

The mission of the QualityLogic Test Tools Division is to help manufacturers and service providers ensure that their products are interoperable by providing testing tools that replicate the behavior of products with which they must interoperate. The variety of devices that exchange information is increasing almost daily, and companies need sophisticated test tools more than ever. The QualityLogic Test Tools Division focuses on understanding the interoperability issues companies face and develop testing solutions to help them get their products out the door with increased confidence, while saving time and money. This focus on interoperability testing tools complements the interoperability testing services that QualityLogic has been providing to the industry for many years.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to increase our focus on test tools by setting up this division,” said Dave Jollota, president of the division, “and bringing back Jim Zuber to spearhead our R&D efforts provides us with the experience and expertise needed to develop world-class test solutions. When combined with our world-class services group, QualityLogic now provides the most comprehensive quality assurance solutions in the industry.”

About QualityLogic

QualityLogic is a full-service outsource testing and software Quality Assurance company. The Company’s comprehensive menu of offerings includes software, computer system, peripherals and wireless test services; Genoa brand test tools for printer and facsimile technologies; and enterprise-wide consulting and quality management services. QualityLogic's services and Genoa test tools are used today by hundreds of OEMs in the computer and communications industries, and many Genoa products have become accepted as de facto standards for testing. Visit QualityLogic’s Web site, http://www.qualitylogic.com, or call 800-436-6292 ext. 122.

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Laura Posson
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