Neoware Systems to Demonstrate New Eon Family of Windows and Linux-Based Computing Appliances at CeBIT 2001

Neoware to Demonstrate Its Latest Software and Appliance Technologies

With Partner ADN



CeBIT 2001 - Hall 10, 2nd Floor Booth 212



Mar 08, 2001, 00:00 ET from Neoware Systems, Inc.

    KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., March 8 /PRNewswire/ --
 Neoware Systems (Nasdaq:   NWRE), the leading supplier of award-winning software
 and solutions for the emerging Appliance Computing market, today announced the
 Company will demonstrate its Eon family of computing appliances and ezRemote
 Manager software at CeBIT 2001.  Neoware will exhibit its products in its
 partner ADN's booth in Hall 10, 2nd floor booth 212.   CeBIT 2001, which takes
 place in Hannover, Germany from the 22nd to the 28th of March, is one of the
 largest computing events in the world, with attendees from Europe, the U.S.,
 and Asia.  Neoware will introduce its new Eon products at the show, which is
 an ideal venue at which to highlight and build upon the Company's recent
 European expansion.
     Neoware will demonstrate its new Eon family of computing appliances that
 support Windows CE, Linux and Embedded NT, all managed by one suite of
 management tools.  The new Eon models offer the broadest range of choices in
 the appliance market, along with an industry-first Assured Investment
 Protection plan that lets customers move from one Eon model to another at any
 time in the future.
     Neoware's computing appliances offer access to Windows applications
 running on multi-user Windows servers, plus allow users to connect to Linux
 servers, the Internet, mainframes and minicomputers.  Instead of running
 applications on complex personal computers, which require significant
 administration, businesses can use Neoware's simple-to-manage computing
 appliances which have no hard drives, fans or other moving parts, resulting in
 silent operation and much lower total-cost-of-ownership.
 
     About Neoware
     Neoware provides software and solutions to enable Appliance Computing, a
 new Internet-based computing architecture that is designed to be simpler and
 easier than traditional PC-based computing.  Neoware's infrastructure software
 and management tools power and manage a new generation of smart computing
 appliances that utilize the benefits of open, industry-standard technologies
 to create new alternatives to personal computers and a wide variety of
 proprietary business devices.  Neoware's products are designed to run local
 applications for specific vertical markets, plus allow access across a network
 to Linux servers, the Internet and Windows-based applications running on
 multi-user Windows servers.  Computing appliances that run and are managed by
 Neoware's software offer the cost benefits of industry-standard hardware,
 easier installation and lower up-front and administrative costs than
 proprietary or PC-based alternatives.  More information about Neoware can be
 found on the Web at http://www.neoware.com or via email at info@neoware.com.
 Neoware is based in King of Prussia, PA.
     Neoware is a registered trademark of Neoware Systems, Inc.  All other
 names products and services are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
 respective holders.
 
     This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning
 of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements
 regarding Neoware's partnership with ADN to demonstrate its Eon family of
 computing appliances and customer demand for its products.  These forward-
 looking statements involve risks and uncertainties.  Factors that could cause
 actual results to differ materially from those predicted in any such forward-
 looking statement include Neoware's timely development and customers'
 acceptance of Neoware's appliance computing products, including its new Eon
 products, rapid technological changes in the industry, growth of the appliance
 computing market, increased competition and adverse changes in general
 economic conditions, including the European market.  These and other risks are
 detailed from time to time in Neoware's periodic reports filed with the
 Securities and Exchange Commission, including, but not limited to, its report
 on Form 10-K for its fiscal year ended June 30, 2000.
 
 

SOURCE Neoware Systems, Inc.
    KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., March 8 /PRNewswire/ --
 Neoware Systems (Nasdaq:   NWRE), the leading supplier of award-winning software
 and solutions for the emerging Appliance Computing market, today announced the
 Company will demonstrate its Eon family of computing appliances and ezRemote
 Manager software at CeBIT 2001.  Neoware will exhibit its products in its
 partner ADN's booth in Hall 10, 2nd floor booth 212.   CeBIT 2001, which takes
 place in Hannover, Germany from the 22nd to the 28th of March, is one of the
 largest computing events in the world, with attendees from Europe, the U.S.,
 and Asia.  Neoware will introduce its new Eon products at the show, which is
 an ideal venue at which to highlight and build upon the Company's recent
 European expansion.
     Neoware will demonstrate its new Eon family of computing appliances that
 support Windows CE, Linux and Embedded NT, all managed by one suite of
 management tools.  The new Eon models offer the broadest range of choices in
 the appliance market, along with an industry-first Assured Investment
 Protection plan that lets customers move from one Eon model to another at any
 time in the future.
     Neoware's computing appliances offer access to Windows applications
 running on multi-user Windows servers, plus allow users to connect to Linux
 servers, the Internet, mainframes and minicomputers.  Instead of running
 applications on complex personal computers, which require significant
 administration, businesses can use Neoware's simple-to-manage computing
 appliances which have no hard drives, fans or other moving parts, resulting in
 silent operation and much lower total-cost-of-ownership.
 
     About Neoware
     Neoware provides software and solutions to enable Appliance Computing, a
 new Internet-based computing architecture that is designed to be simpler and
 easier than traditional PC-based computing.  Neoware's infrastructure software
 and management tools power and manage a new generation of smart computing
 appliances that utilize the benefits of open, industry-standard technologies
 to create new alternatives to personal computers and a wide variety of
 proprietary business devices.  Neoware's products are designed to run local
 applications for specific vertical markets, plus allow access across a network
 to Linux servers, the Internet and Windows-based applications running on
 multi-user Windows servers.  Computing appliances that run and are managed by
 Neoware's software offer the cost benefits of industry-standard hardware,
 easier installation and lower up-front and administrative costs than
 proprietary or PC-based alternatives.  More information about Neoware can be
 found on the Web at http://www.neoware.com or via email at info@neoware.com.
 Neoware is based in King of Prussia, PA.
     Neoware is a registered trademark of Neoware Systems, Inc.  All other
 names products and services are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
 respective holders.
 
     This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning
 of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements
 regarding Neoware's partnership with ADN to demonstrate its Eon family of
 computing appliances and customer demand for its products.  These forward-
 looking statements involve risks and uncertainties.  Factors that could cause
 actual results to differ materially from those predicted in any such forward-
 looking statement include Neoware's timely development and customers'
 acceptance of Neoware's appliance computing products, including its new Eon
 products, rapid technological changes in the industry, growth of the appliance
 computing market, increased competition and adverse changes in general
 economic conditions, including the European market.  These and other risks are
 detailed from time to time in Neoware's periodic reports filed with the
 Securities and Exchange Commission, including, but not limited to, its report
 on Form 10-K for its fiscal year ended June 30, 2000.
 
 SOURCE  Neoware Systems, Inc.