Bernard M. Ciongoli, President of Tech Laboratories, Inc. Appears on CNNfn Business Unusual

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from Tech Laboratories, Inc.

    NORTH HALEDON, N.J., April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Bernard M. Ciongoli,
 president of Tech Laboratories, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   TCHL) was recently
 interviewed by Patricia Sabga on CNNfn Business Unusual.  During the
 interview, Mr. Ciongoli was asked to describe the business opportunities
 available to Tech Labs Community Networks (TLCN), wholly owned subsidiary of
 Tech Laboratories, Inc. Mr. Ciongoli was asked how TLCN competes with DSL and
 cable modem internet services.
     Mr. Ciongoli's comment to a question posed by Ms. Sabga was that TLCN
 offers a unique opportunity to builders, developers and property owners to own
 and operate their own networks, thus providing future world communication
 services to their tenants.  This has all been made possible by the recent
 deregulation of the telecommunications industry, allowing private entities to
 bypass traditional telephone and cable companies, realizing revenue, which has
 heretofore gone to incumbent carriers.
     Tech Labs Community Networks "TLCN" offers residential communities a
 bundled turnkey solution for digital broadband networks.  Residential
 communities in Florida will be the first to launch TLCN's voice, video and
 data solutions, with many other communities nationwide to follow.  Tech
 Laboratories will use its Tech Labs Connect structured cabling equipment,
 including home connectivity boxes, wall outlets, cables and the Dynatrax(TM)
 Matrix Switch Technology, to provide a gateway device for delivery of
 broadband-bundled communication services.
     The Dynatrax(TM) Digital Matrix Switch is a protocol independent digital
 network management tool.  It resides between the physical layer and
 distribution layer of a network and allows for the simple management of entire
 network structures and remote multiple site networks, all from a single
 desktop workstation.
 
     Tech Laboratories, Inc., through its subsidiary, Tech Logistics, Inc.
 manufactures and sells an infrared perimeter intrusion detection system (IDS).
 The IDS System has been approved by the US Air Force for inclusion in the
 Tactical Automated Security System's (TASS) $500 million program.  The IDS
 System has been sold to Los Alamos National Laboratories and had been the
 subject of a blanket order to provide 50 IDS Systems to the US Air Force.
 
     -- To view complete interview of Mr. Ciongoli, go to the Tech
        Laboratories, Inc. web site, http://www.techlabsinc.com click on "In
        The News" and download video.
 
     -- To view video on DynaTraX(TM), go to the Tech Laboratories, Inc. web
        site, http://www.techlabsinc.com, click on "Global Network Management
        Communications" and download video.
 
 

SOURCE Tech Laboratories, Inc.
    NORTH HALEDON, N.J., April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Bernard M. Ciongoli,
 president of Tech Laboratories, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   TCHL) was recently
 interviewed by Patricia Sabga on CNNfn Business Unusual.  During the
 interview, Mr. Ciongoli was asked to describe the business opportunities
 available to Tech Labs Community Networks (TLCN), wholly owned subsidiary of
 Tech Laboratories, Inc. Mr. Ciongoli was asked how TLCN competes with DSL and
 cable modem internet services.
     Mr. Ciongoli's comment to a question posed by Ms. Sabga was that TLCN
 offers a unique opportunity to builders, developers and property owners to own
 and operate their own networks, thus providing future world communication
 services to their tenants.  This has all been made possible by the recent
 deregulation of the telecommunications industry, allowing private entities to
 bypass traditional telephone and cable companies, realizing revenue, which has
 heretofore gone to incumbent carriers.
     Tech Labs Community Networks "TLCN" offers residential communities a
 bundled turnkey solution for digital broadband networks.  Residential
 communities in Florida will be the first to launch TLCN's voice, video and
 data solutions, with many other communities nationwide to follow.  Tech
 Laboratories will use its Tech Labs Connect structured cabling equipment,
 including home connectivity boxes, wall outlets, cables and the Dynatrax(TM)
 Matrix Switch Technology, to provide a gateway device for delivery of
 broadband-bundled communication services.
     The Dynatrax(TM) Digital Matrix Switch is a protocol independent digital
 network management tool.  It resides between the physical layer and
 distribution layer of a network and allows for the simple management of entire
 network structures and remote multiple site networks, all from a single
 desktop workstation.
 
     Tech Laboratories, Inc., through its subsidiary, Tech Logistics, Inc.
 manufactures and sells an infrared perimeter intrusion detection system (IDS).
 The IDS System has been approved by the US Air Force for inclusion in the
 Tactical Automated Security System's (TASS) $500 million program.  The IDS
 System has been sold to Los Alamos National Laboratories and had been the
 subject of a blanket order to provide 50 IDS Systems to the US Air Force.
 
     -- To view complete interview of Mr. Ciongoli, go to the Tech
        Laboratories, Inc. web site, http://www.techlabsinc.com click on "In
        The News" and download video.
 
     -- To view video on DynaTraX(TM), go to the Tech Laboratories, Inc. web
        site, http://www.techlabsinc.com, click on "Global Network Management
        Communications" and download video.
 
 SOURCE  Tech Laboratories, Inc.