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DRDOS signs new OEM agreements

DRDOS partners with Europe’s PC -Ware

DRDOS acquires DR DOS

DR-DOS CONTINUES LIFE IN EMBEDDED DEVICES

LINDON, Utah – November 18, 2002 – DRDOS, Inc. today announced that it has acquired DR-DOS from the Canopy Group, a Utah technology venture group, and has plans to release in Spring of 2003 an 8.0 version of DOS, bringing it up-to-date with core embedded functionality. DRDOS also plans to release an updated software development kit (SDK) targeted at embedded developers.

“Fortune 500 companies continue to depend on DOS-based devices to deliver their day-to-day services. Arguably, DOS remains one of the most stable OS environments and, with our planned enhancements, will continue to be deployed on embedded devices where stability and ease-of-development are king ,” said Bryan Sparks, CEO of DRDOS, Inc. “The scrawny, old cow is still giving milk.”

DR-DOS originated in 1987 at Digital Research, Inc.; was then acquired by Novell in the early 90s; in 1996, DR-DOS was acquired by Caldera, Inc., the same company that sued and settled out-of-court with Microsoft Corporation over DOS-related anti-trust allegations; in 1998, it was spun out to Lineo, Inc. (a Canopy company) where it underwent enhancements targeted at the embedded market and, in October 2002, was acquired by DRDOS, Inc.

DRDOS, Inc. was founded by Bryan Sparks, Bryce Burns and Troy Tribe for the advancement of DOS as an embedded solution.

Visit for DR-DOS 7.03, a DOS-based web browser, and additional information and updates. Send email to info@drdos.com.

DR-DOS is a registered trademark of DRDOS, Inc. All other products, services and companies are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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DEVICELOGICS SIGNS NEW OEM AGREEMENTS

LINDON, Utah – January 7, 2003 – DRDOS, Inc. today announced that it has signed multiple new OEM agreements with companies in Turkey, Japan, Korea, Czech Republic, Brazil, England and Germany as well as the United States “Companies world wide are using DR DOS operating system for medical instruments, point of purchase, desktop operating systems, kiosks and embedded devices. Companies continue to depend on DOS based devices to deliver services and products” said Troy Tribe co-founder of DRDOS.

DRDOS acquired DR DOS from the Canopy Group, a Utah technology venture group, and has plans to release in Spring 2003 of an 8.0 version of DOS, bringing it up-to-date with core embedded functionality to include a TCP/IP stack, FAT 32 device drivers and other upgrades.

DR-DOS originated in 1987 at Digital Research, Inc.; was then acquired by Novell in the early 90s; in 1996, DR-DOS was acquired by Caldera, Inc., the same company that sued and settled out-of-court with Microsoft Corporation over DOS-related anti-trust allegations; in 1998, it was spun out to Lineo, Inc. (a Canopy company) where it underwent enhancements targeted at the embedded market and, in October 2002, was acquired by DRDOS, Inc.
DRDOS, Inc. was founded by Bryan Sparks, Bryce Burns and Troy Tribe for the advancement of DOS as an embedded solution.
Visit drdos.com for DR-DOS 7.03, a DOS-based web browser, and additional information and updates. Send email to info@drdos.com.

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