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Imaging Leader AccuSoft Ships New .NET Version of ImageGear Product

NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. -- April 24, 2006 -- AccuSoft Corporation, the global leader in imaging and data analysis solutions, announced today the release of an enhanced version of ImageGear® for .NET. The new release provides a fast and easy way for programmers to develop ASP .NET-based imaging applications. Rapid porting from current Win forms applications to a zero-footprint Web form application is available, as both delivery mechanisms utilize the same programming model and capabilities. Using this high-performance toolkit, developers can create multiple applications on the .NET framework using 100 percent managed code.

ImageGear for .NET also now features a complete set of flexible annotation marks (text, line, freehand polyline, rectangle, ellipse, polygon, polyline, audio, image, ruler, protractor, encryption, button, hot spot and rich text) and the ability to import and export these marks to XML files. PDF support has been enhanced to provide PDF security measures, layer editing, and editing of elements such as text, image, and metadata. Other enhancements include CAD/vector support, a new download manager for URL file-streams, support for Motion JPEG20g (MJ2) files, OCR/Barcode capabilities, and color reduction. In addition, reading and writing of JPEG2000 images is now included at no additional charge.

“With our new release of ImageGear for .NET, we’ve raised the bar for the competition yet again, while providing our customers with the most comprehensive tool available to create highly reliable imaging applications for .NET in a shorter timeframe than previously possible,” said Tom Leone, President, AccuSoft Corporation. “With its Web forms components that answer the call for information availability and security, advanced PDF editing capabilities, and recognition functionality that puts one of the most powerful recognition engines at developers’ fingertips, we expect ImageGear for .NET to be at the top of .NET programmers’ wish lists.”