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Amiga, Inc. announces the Amiga® Anywhere™ line of products for PDA's, Cell Phones, Set Top Boxes, Internet Appliances, Desktops, Digital TV's and more.Amiga-Anywhere Logo

Now Amiga content is available - Anywhere and Everywhere

March 11th, 2002 - Snoqualmie, WA - Amiga, Inc. is pleased to introduce its new line of products, a complete solution for thedelivery of content to any type of digital device with the express purpose of enriching the end user experience.

Amiga® Anywhere™, provides a revolutionary infrastructure for the production and distribution of digital content emphasizing high performance, superb quality, and minimal resource consumption.

With 3,000 developers already signed on, 67 titles available and hundreds more in development, Amiga® Anywhere™ brings developers and consumers together anywhere and everywhere on any and every digital device.

Through a long term partnership with the Tao Group, Amiga content and services are now available for the vast majority of software platforms including the various flavors of Microsoft Windows®, Linux, Embedded Linux, Symbian OS and VxWorks. The software runs unchanged on almost all of the mainstream microprocessor families.

Bill McEwen, Amiga's President and CEO, said, "The Amiga community is renowned world-wide for creating exciting applications. It has a heritage as one of the leaders in the video game industry and film animation. Today, those skills are being used in creating content that can run on almost any digital device and will offer new levels of excitement as we move forward."

"In the two years since Tao and Amiga first began working together, our relationship has progressively tightened," said Francis Charig, Chairman of Tao. "Operators are seeking content that consumers will actually pay for, portable content that runs across a broad range of appliances. Amiga is the first company that has actually got content that fulfills this important objective."

Amiga® Anywhere™ capable devices have instant access to a rapidly growing world of quality applications, exciting content and valuable services. Many existing devices can become Amiga® Anywhere™ capable while several new devices, such as the Nokia MediaTerminal come with that capability as standard, offering a compelling reason for customer purchase.

To learn more about Amiga, please visit http://www.amiga.com/

About Amiga:

Amiga Inc. established itself in 1985 as the premier provider of multi-media technologies to the world. Today Amiga continues leading the way in multi-media by providing language independent technologies to developers for writing and porting applications to a new multi-media platform that is hardware agnostic. Amiga® Anywhere™, powered with intent™ from the Tao Group, enables applications to run unchanged on a broad range of processors including ARM, StrongARM, Intel X-Scale, OMAP, MIPS, Intel x86, Motorola 68K and Hitachi SH. It can run hosted on a wide variety of operating systems including Windows CE .NET, Windows 9x, 2000, Windows XP, Linux, and Embedded Linux. AmigaDE Player and applications can be purchased at AmigaDE Shop. Amiga is based in Snoqualmie, WA, and has offices worldwide. Amiga can be reached at (425) 396-5660 or visit Amiga on the web at http://www.amiga.com/

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