SEMX Corporation's Polese Company Partners with Triton Network Systems for Technical Presentation

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from SEMX Corporation

    ARMONK, N.Y., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Polese Company, a subsidiary of
 SEMX Corporation ("SEMX" or the "Corporation") (Nasdaq: SEMX) presented a
 paper March 27, 2001 with Triton Network Systems (Nasdaq: TNSI) at the
 International Microelectronics and Packaging Society's (IMAPS) Ceramic
 Technologies for Microwave Workshop in Denver, Colorado.  The talk, entitled,
 "Low Cost Housing for High Power MM Wave Radios" is an example of how "SEMX's
 vertical integration and customer focus enables advanced Fixed Wireless
 Communication systems," said Stu Weinshanker, Polese Company Product Marketing
 Manager and co-author of the presentation.  The talk illustrates a successful
 transition from military to commercial high reliability millimeter wave
 microelectronics, required in Local Multi Point Distribution (LMDS)
 consecutive point-to-point and SONET Ring point-to-point radio systems.
     Triton Network Systems products, which are called Invisible Fiber, combine
 the high transmission speeds and reliability of fiber optic networks with the
 flexibility, low cost and rapid deployment of wireless technologies.  "As a
 leading worldwide provider of broadband fixed wireless equipment, Triton
 Network Systems seeks out strategic partners with technological vision,
 aggressive execution, and a commitment to success.  SEMX's Polese Company is
 one of those partners with Triton.  They understand the product performance
 and cost requirements, and are proactive in presenting and working improvement
 paths," said Robert Daly, Vice President of Manufacturing, Triton Network
 Systems, Inc.
     A copy of the presentation will be made available on the SEMX Corporation
 web site later in April.
     Portions of this release that are not historical in nature may be
 forward-looking statements.  These forward-looking statements speak only as of
 the date of this release and SEMX expressly disclaims any obligation or
 undertaking to publicly release any updates or revisions to any
 forward-looking statements contained herein.  The Corporation's actual
 performance may differ materially from that contemplated by the
 forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of factors that include,
 but are not limited to, the general economic or business climate, business
 conditions of the microelectronic and semiconductor markets.
     SEMX Corporation and its subsidiaries principally manufacture proprietary
 thermal management materials, microelectronic ceramic packages and
 interconnect products in its Microelectronic Packaging Group for critical
 components that primarily enable fiber optic communication, wireless base
 stations and fixed wireless radio systems, Internet servers and routers and
 other specialized microelectronic devices and systems.  The Corporation's
 Wafer Reclaim Services Group reclaims silicon test wafers for the
 semiconductor industry.
     For information, please contact the Corporation's Investor Relations
 Manager, Richard Graves, at 914-273-5500 or the Corporation's Chief Financial
 Officer, Mike Best, at 858-271-1993.  For further information on SEMX
 Corporation or its subsidiaries, visit their website at http://www.SEMX.com.
 
 

SOURCE SEMX Corporation
    ARMONK, N.Y., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Polese Company, a subsidiary of
 SEMX Corporation ("SEMX" or the "Corporation") (Nasdaq: SEMX) presented a
 paper March 27, 2001 with Triton Network Systems (Nasdaq: TNSI) at the
 International Microelectronics and Packaging Society's (IMAPS) Ceramic
 Technologies for Microwave Workshop in Denver, Colorado.  The talk, entitled,
 "Low Cost Housing for High Power MM Wave Radios" is an example of how "SEMX's
 vertical integration and customer focus enables advanced Fixed Wireless
 Communication systems," said Stu Weinshanker, Polese Company Product Marketing
 Manager and co-author of the presentation.  The talk illustrates a successful
 transition from military to commercial high reliability millimeter wave
 microelectronics, required in Local Multi Point Distribution (LMDS)
 consecutive point-to-point and SONET Ring point-to-point radio systems.
     Triton Network Systems products, which are called Invisible Fiber, combine
 the high transmission speeds and reliability of fiber optic networks with the
 flexibility, low cost and rapid deployment of wireless technologies.  "As a
 leading worldwide provider of broadband fixed wireless equipment, Triton
 Network Systems seeks out strategic partners with technological vision,
 aggressive execution, and a commitment to success.  SEMX's Polese Company is
 one of those partners with Triton.  They understand the product performance
 and cost requirements, and are proactive in presenting and working improvement
 paths," said Robert Daly, Vice President of Manufacturing, Triton Network
 Systems, Inc.
     A copy of the presentation will be made available on the SEMX Corporation
 web site later in April.
     Portions of this release that are not historical in nature may be
 forward-looking statements.  These forward-looking statements speak only as of
 the date of this release and SEMX expressly disclaims any obligation or
 undertaking to publicly release any updates or revisions to any
 forward-looking statements contained herein.  The Corporation's actual
 performance may differ materially from that contemplated by the
 forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of factors that include,
 but are not limited to, the general economic or business climate, business
 conditions of the microelectronic and semiconductor markets.
     SEMX Corporation and its subsidiaries principally manufacture proprietary
 thermal management materials, microelectronic ceramic packages and
 interconnect products in its Microelectronic Packaging Group for critical
 components that primarily enable fiber optic communication, wireless base
 stations and fixed wireless radio systems, Internet servers and routers and
 other specialized microelectronic devices and systems.  The Corporation's
 Wafer Reclaim Services Group reclaims silicon test wafers for the
 semiconductor industry.
     For information, please contact the Corporation's Investor Relations
 Manager, Richard Graves, at 914-273-5500 or the Corporation's Chief Financial
 Officer, Mike Best, at 858-271-1993.  For further information on SEMX
 Corporation or its subsidiaries, visit their website at http://www.SEMX.com.
 
 SOURCE  SEMX Corporation