InterWorks Announces the Release of the Industry's First Sub 1 Ultra-Low-Profile 1GB Registered PC133 DIMM

Nov 19, 2001, 00:00 ET from Sanmina Corporation

    LAKE FOREST, Calif., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- InterWorks, a
 Sanmina Company (Nasdaq:   SANM) announced the availability of their
 1GB 0.995" Registered PC133 SDRAM DIMM.  This ultra-low-profile module is the
 smallest available in the market today.  "InterWorks is committed to offering
 the highest density & smallest form factors for modules today," commented
 Adrian Proctor, Marketing Manager for InterWorks, DRAM, SRAM & Flash memory
     About InterWorks
     InterWorks is an industry leader in modular DSP, Flash, SRAM & DRAM memory
 design, focusing on Networking, Telecomm, OEM & Industrial markets.  Using
 patented FRAMM & M3 Multi-Memory-Module technologies, InterWorks offers
 standard & custom solutions for every possible requirement.  As a subsidiary
 of Sanmina, InterWorks combines the flexibility of an engineering company with
 the resources of a global electronics contract manufacturer.
     About Sanmina
     Founded in 1980, Sanmina Corporation ( provides a
 cost-efficient, design and manufacturing solution to the world's leading
 original equipment manufacturing (OEMs) in the communications, medical,
 industrial instrumentation, and high-end computer sectors.  Sanmina's complete
 end-to-end solution includes design, engineering, circuit fabrication of bare
 printed circuit boards, circuit board and backplane order fulfillment, and
 end-of-life product services.  OEMs benefit from this model by dealing with a
 single-source supply-chain and global supply-base, which helps them achieve
 cost efficiencies in material acquisition as well as flexibility to reduce
 lead times.
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     The foregoing, including the discussion regarding the company's future
 prospects contain certain forward-looking statements that involve risks and
 uncertainties, including uncertainties associated with economic conditions in
 the electronics industry, particularly in the principal industry sectors
 served by the company, changes in customer requirements and in the volume of
 sales to principal customers, the ability of the company to assimilate
 acquired business and to achieve the anticipated benefits of such
 acquisitions, and competition and technological change.  The company's actual
 results of operations may differ significantly than those contemplated by such
 forward-looking statements as a result of these and other factors, including
 factors set forth in the company's 2000 Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with
 the Securities Exchange Commission on December 18, 2000, and the company's
 most recent quarterly 10-Q Report dated August 10, 2001.
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