ICS Awarded $1.3 Million Order By Lockheed Martin

“…High performance solutions for the most demanding of defense applications…” Ottawa, Canada: March 21st, 2006:  ICS Sensor Processing – part of Radstone Embedded Computing – today announced that it had received an order in excess of $1.3 million (US) from Lockheed Martin’s Undersea Systems line of business in Syracuse, NY, for a range of ICS products to provide optimum signal processing performance in harsh environments.  Lockheed Martin will integrate the ICS products into a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)-based system that it is developing for an international customer.  ICS expects to receive orders for up to an additional eight systems over the next ten or more years. “We’re delighted to have received this order from Lockheed Martin,” said Christopher Lever, Chief Operating Officer at ICS Sensor Processing, “not least because it confirms our belief that ICS products are capable of offering cost-effective, high performance solutions for the most demanding of defense applications.  Not only that, but we were able to rise to the challenge of developing a customer system with a higher channel count and a more demanding data merging requirement than we have ever done before.” The orders received by ICS are for the ICS-110BL reduced power 32-channel, 108 kHz/channel, 24-bit sigma-delta ADC board;  the ICS-115 32-channel, 50 kHz/channel, 16-bit delta-sigma DAC board;  the ICS-7220 Versatile I/O Interface board;  the ICS-500A-T8 FPDP buffer/interface PMC module; and the ICS-7230 FPDP and synchronization buffer card.  For more information on ICS, visit www.ics-ltd.com.