Motorola Signs Equipment Purchase Agreement with

Teradyne announced today a three year Equipment Purchase Agreement (EPA) with Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector (SPS) headquartered in Austin, Texas. This agreement covers all of Teradyne's Semiconductor Test Group's products and services including the INTEGRA J750, J973, Catalyst and J971 test systems and the Galileo handler from the Kinetrix Division. The EPA fully describes the commercial terms and conditions that apply to the purchase of Teradyne products and services by Motorola SPS. Systems purchased under the EPA will be installed in Motorola SPS facilities worldwide. George Chamillard, president and CEO of Teradyne, said, "It's an honor to extend our partnership with one of the most innovative leaders in the semiconductor industry. Motorola has a history of partnering with leading companies in a particular field to provide the best solutions for their customers. Today's announcement demonstrates Motorola's confidence in our products and in our service and support organization. We are proud of our portfolio of semiconductor test equipment, as we continue to lead the industry in VLSI and mixed-signal test." "Teradyne provides a high level of products and services that help Motorola be a leader in its markets," said Bill Walker, Senior Vice President and Director, Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector, Order Fulfillment Organization. "We have a history of success with Teradyne test systems that helps us meet the growing needs of our customers." About Motorola As the world's No.1 producer of embedded processors, Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector offers multiple DigitalDNA(TM) solutions which enable its customers in the consumer, networking and computing, transportation, and wireless communications markets, to create new business opportunities. Motorola's semiconductor sales were US $7.3 billion in 1998. More information about SPS can be found at Motorola is a global leader in advanced electronic systems and services. It liberates the power of technology by creating software-enhanced products that provide integrated customer solutions and Internet access via wireless and satellite communications, as well as computing, networking, and automotive electronics. Motorola also provides essential digital building blocks in the form of embedded semiconductors, controls and systems. Sales in 1998 were $29.4 billion About Teradyne Teradyne is the world's largest manufacturer of automatic test equipment (ATE) for the electronics industry. Products include systems to test semiconductors, circuit boards and modules, telephone lines, computerized telephone systems, and software. The Company is also a leading manufacturer of backplanes and associated high-density connectors used in electronic systems. Teradyne supports these products through an extensive service and application engineering network, with technical centers located throughout the United States, Europe, and Pacific Rim. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, Teradyne had 1998 sales of approximately $1.5 billion and employed 6800 people worldwide at year end. The company's Web address is ots Original Text Service: Teradyne Internet: Contact: Tom Newman, Vice President, Corporate Relations of Teradyne (USA) 617-422-2425,, or Scott Stevens of Motorola (USA) 512-895-7311, Company News On-Call: or fax, (USA) 800- 758-5804, ext. 847750 Web site: Web site:

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