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[February 27, 2013]

DataCAD Joins Lattice Technology's Reseller Network

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Feb 27, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Lattice Technology(R) Inc., a leading provider of technical communication and digital mock up software, today announced that DataCAD Software & Service has joined their reseller network. As a Lattice Technology reseller, DataCAD can now offer expertise, service and support to companies looking for powerful, affordable tools for technical communication and digital mock up. Manufacturing companies use Lattice Technology's solutions to more effectively leverage 3D engineering data across the product lifecycle -- improving productivity and ROI in purchasing, design, manufacturing and service.

"DataCAD is an ideal partner for Lattice Technology because of their many years of experience with design, manufacturing and visualization software," said Bill Barnes, General Manager, Lattice Technology, Inc. "We continue to see worldwide growth in demand for tools that enable 3D data to be used in more applications. DataCAD will provide high quality service and support to our expanding customer base." Located in Bad Kreuznach, Germany, DataCAD Software & Service is a leading reseller of technical software solutions. With more than twenty years of experience, DataCAD delivers the knowledge, products and service customers need to improve their manufacturing and engineering processes.

"We are pleased to include in our portfolio for manufacturing companies, one of the leading technical communication and digital mock up solutions in the industry today," explained Ulrich Oehler, CEO, DataCAD. "We have been in this market since 1998 and successfully serve a customer base of more than 2,000 customers.

Adding Lattice Technology to our portfolio gives customers even more innovative solutions to improve their design and manufacturing processes." About Lattice Technology, Inc.

Lattice Technology's powerful software tools set the standard for technical communication and digital mock up for the manufacturing enterprise. Engineers and non-engineers can easily perform design reviews, simulate assembly processes, and create work instructions or technical illustrations -- directly from 3D engineering data. Lattice Technology's solutions benefit companies who produce products with high part counts, complex geometry, detailed manufacturing processes or any ongoing lifecycle support requirements such as documentation, maintenance, and training. Target industries range from those developing large products such as airplanes and automobiles to small, complex machinery and medical devices. Founded in 1997, Lattice Technology, Inc. is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco, USA.

www.lattice3d.com.

About DataCAD Software & Services GmbH DataCAD Software & Service GmbH is one of the leading suppliers of technical software solutions for the industry. Founded in 1998, the company provides affordable software for a range of industries and markets, such as automotive, aerospace, tool & mold makers, manufacturing, prototyping, woodworks, jewelry design, hobby and education. For more information please visit www.datacad.de/lattice3d.html.

Lattice Technology(R) is a registered trademarks of Lattice Technology, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

EDITORIAL CONTACTS: Ulrich Oehler CEO DataCAD Software & Services GmbH Gutlay 4 55545 Bad Kreuznach Tel.: +49 671 836310 Email Contact Mark Guthrie Smart2Market, Inc. on behalf of Lattice Technology, Inc.

970.204.1478 Email Contact SOURCE: Lattice Technology http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct id=A92E71232AACD758 http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct id=3B9E7FB58C2984D7

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