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ADDC strengths core IP protection for the heart of their business with new patents protecting the x86 credit card sized PC and reader

Contact: Dan Gallic at 516.673.4444, dgallic@addc.net

June 5 2015 (Lake Success, NY) - ADDC was recently granted two new patents, # 9,010,623 and # 9,010,645, both on April 21, 2015, that provides additional protections for their credit card PC, brand named the BioDigitalPC, and the reader, or docking station which the BioDigitalPC is inserted into.

Michael Arnouse said, "We are proud of our ongoing research and development efforts which have resulted in enriching and strengthening the intellectual properties ADDC holds."

Commenting further on these latest ADDC patents, Dan Gallic, COO of ADDC noted: "We will continue to protect our proprietary technology with new patents added to our growing portfolio of innovative ADDC technology leadership."

ADDC is a high tech company located in Lake Success, New York dedicated to ultra-small form factor computing solutions all made in the United States.


About Patent #9,010,623

A computing system comprising a pocket personal computer and a reader are disclosed. The pocket PC is pocket-sized and comprised of flash memory, a processor and a GPS chip. The reader includes a monitor, a keyboard with docking port and an optional processor and at least one input/output USB connector. A user cannot interact with the pocket PC without the reader. The credit card size and capabilities of the pocket PC allows a user to easily carry their entire computer in a pocket for use anywhere. In addition, the pocket PC provides security against unauthorized use, even if lost or stolen. A password or fingerprints may be required to access to the device, the circuit board may be coated with a protective coating and the system may include an RFID tag and RFID reader.


About Patent #9,010,645

A computing system comprising a pocket personal computer and a reader are disclosed. The pocket PC is pocket-sized and comprises flash memory, and optionally a processor and a GPS chip. The reader includes a monitor, a keyboard with docking port and an optional processor and at least one input/output USB connector. A user cannot interact with the pocket PC without the reader. The reader is a non-functioning "shell" without the pocket PC, however, when they are connected the system becomes a fully functional personal computer. To log on, a user provides security information, for example, a password or biometrics, such as fingerprints. The credit card size and capabilities of the pocket PC allows a user to easily carry virtually their entire computer in a pocket for use anywhere there is a reader. In addition, the pocket PC provides security against unauthorized use, even if lost or stolen. A password or fingerprints are required to access to the device, the circuit board may be coated with a protective coating and the system may include an RFID tag and RFID reader.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, dgallic@addc.net

February 19, 2014 - Lake Success, NY - Arnouse Digital Devices Corp (ADDC) announced the latest model of credit card sized computer, which is equipped with the latest Intel Bay Trail I-Series Processor, DDR3 RAM and an ultra-fast SSD. The MobylPC9/BioDigitalPC®9 features a 5W, 6W, or 10W CPU design, with a maximum clock speed of 1.91GHz and TJC of 110°C.

Powerfully equipped with up to a quad-core, x86 computing power, the MobylPC9/ BioDigitalPC® 9 has storage options up to 128GB ultra-fast SSD, making it one of the fastest boot-up times of embedded computers on the market. Up to 8GB of DDR3 memory creates a strong computer platform for even the most demanding tasks. The MobylPC9/BioDigitalPC®9 is able to run most operating systems, including Windows Server 2012, Azure Pack, CentOS, RHEL, VMWare and Ubuntu, and is perfect for all your computing needs. The MobylPC9/BioDigitalPC®9 also features HD playback with a minimal heat profile.

MobylPCs/BioDigitalPC®s are always covered in rock-hard epoxy making them rugged, waterproof, shock proof, dust proof, fire resistant and able to handle large temperature changes.

“The BioDigitalPC® 9/MoblyPC 9 series, has high-end computing power equivalent to, if not more than, the current desktops being used today, and yet, it is in our standard credit card sized form factor” said Michael Arnouse, CEO and Chairman of ADDC, “Weighing less than an ounce for integration, only 2 ounces fully epoxied, and consuming between five and ten watts, the MobylPC9 represents a great alternative to the current bulky, heavy, power-hungry computers.”

The MobylPC and BioDigitalPC® lines of products are manufactured in the United States and patent protected. Read more about ADDC and the complete line of MobylPCs and docking stations at ADDC.net.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, dgallic@addc.net

November 26, 2014 - Lake Success, NY - Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp., ADDC is planning to announce and demonstrate the Mobyl Cloud, the latest micro-form factor computing product in the ADDC BioDigitalPC® ecosystem.

The Mobyl Cloud, complete with 22 servers and battery backup, will be demonstrated at Microsoft's booth at the Pacific Asia Command Conference [TechNet Asia-Pacific 2014/AFCEA PACOM] on December 9th. ADDC will demonstrate the portable mobile data center with Microsoft's latest Azure business cloud software.

The Mobyl Cloud weighs just 35 pounds and has 88 cores, 176 GB DDR3, 14.8TB storage and enough battery power for approximately 8 hours of run time. Able to be run in rugged environments, the Mobyl Cloud is based on ADDC's ultra small form factor computer which is waterproof, rugged and fire resistant, and able to be run in ambient conditions of over 135F.

Please check out MobylCloud.com for more information or contact ADDC at support@addc.net.

Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation is a high tech innovation company dedicated to small form factor, low energy, high density computing structures located in Lake Success, NY with offices in San Jose, CA and Washington, DC. For product information please visit www.addc.net or www.BioDigitalPC.com.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, dgallic@addc.net

October 22, 2014 - Lake Success, NY - Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp., ADDC, today introduced the BioDigitalPC® 8, the latest extension of the BioDigitalPC® family of products. The BioDigitalPC® 8 is a credit card sized, low-power x86 computing platform encased in rock-hard epoxy. This renders it waterproof, fire-resistant, rugged and highly secure, ideal for the harshest of environments. The BioDigitalPC® 8 is equipped with AMD's latest 28nm Steppe Eagle quad core processor that includes the highly secure Trusted Platform Module and AMD's trust PSP encryption and security functions. This latest AMD CPU is a 60% jump in CPU performance allowing you to do more with less. The BioDigitalPC® 8 comes complete with a quad core CPU, up to 8GB DDR3 memory and up to 128GB SSD.

"This latest BioDigitalPC® card is a perfect example of how the BioDigitalPC® ecosystem can help increase the adoption of higher performance computing solutions without the need to revamp entire IT structures or endpoints," Michael Arnouse, Chairman and CEO stated. "Anyone who has already adopted the platform can simply start using the new card without the need to purchase extra hardware. We are very pleased with this upgrade in the overall performance of the platform."

"The BioDigitalPC® 8, with its low-power, high-performance, and secure CPU, allows for unprecedented scalability and security for IoT Fog controllers," Arnouse continued.

ADDC is committed to promoting and supporting the BioDigitalPC® ecosystem with new cards, readers and products in order to save its clients' time, money and effort in this ever changing technology environment. By utilizing the BioDigitalPC® ecosystem, a client may save up to 70% of their IT infrastructure and capital costs over a period of five years.

Measuring only 54mm x 84mm x 6mm, the BioDigitalPC® is the smallest most powerful x86 computing platform on the market today.

Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation is a high tech innovation company dedicated to small form factor, low energy, high density computing structures located in Lake Success, NY with offices in San Jose, CA and Washington, DC. For product information please visit www.addc.net or www.BioDigitalPC.com.

October 8, 2014 - Lake Success, NY – Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation (ADDC) announced today that it's application to the United States Patent and Trademark Office for their newest, high-density, energy efficient server design which utilizes the small form factor of ADDC's BioDigitalPC®. Patent number 8,854,831 for a low power, high density server and portable device for use with same was issued October 7th, 2014.

Michael Arnouse, Chairman and CEO of ADDC, said, "It gives me great pleasure to announce that ADDC has received recognition that our high density, low power server design is unique and now protected by the USPTO."

"The server design is meant to open a new paradigm in data center design, allowing non-conditioned air to act as a normal cooling agent for highly dense computing structures without the need for legacy mechanical cooling and air conditioning techniques," Arnouse continued.

The invention centers around the ADDC BioDigitalPC® which acts as a server in a densely packed computing environment. The BioDigitalPC® is waterproof, dust-proof and designed to be heatsinkless and fanless allowing the dense cluster to create convectional currents which produce a cooling effect much like a fan. These currents are multiplied within the cabinet according to Bernoulli's principle of fluid dynamics.

According to the patent and it's inventor, "Large building spaces and millions of dollars of capital infrastructure can now be housed in a simple rack, devoid of the massive capital outlay required in equivalent systems."

To draw a comparison between legacy server design and today's ADDC patented design, a typical server configuration will house two hundred servers in a rack, whereas the ADDC newly patented design allows for up to 6,000 servers in a similar space. The fully installed rack can provide 24,000 x86 cores, 48TB of DDR3 RAM and 768 TB of ultra fast SSD while consuming only 90KW of electricity.

Smaller installations are possible due to the highly modular, hot-swappable design of the server rack. Each 2U configuration consists of six drawers which contain 50 hot-swappable BioDigitalPC® servers. Custom back planes handle power and connectivity to the customers' specifications along with integration with traditional NAS and SAN setups for additional storage requirements.

"This is the future of computing design," said Jacob Hall, Industry Adviser for the Open Server Summit, "A large datacenter can amortize the entire cost of a server in one year and then repurpose it for desktop or tablet use when the economics and efficiency signal an upgrade. This ensures that 24x7 cloud and virtual environments will always run on the highest performing per watt technology and continuously deliver an incredible customer experience. Companies and governments could donate less efficient older devices to a non-profit or school for a deduction, reuse internally as PCs in any form factor, or sell the compute cards into commodity markets. Using legacy designs, old servers might as well be boat anchors when depreciated."

"This new compute design is smarter, colder, more efficient, and represents the best way to get the next billion Internet users online now," continued Hall.

Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation is a high tech innovation company dedicated to small form factor, low energy, high density computing structures located in Lake Success, NY with offices in San Jose, CA and Washington, DC. For product information please visit www.addc.net or www.BioDigitalPC.com.

September 26, 2014 - Lake Success, NY - Arnouse Digital Devices Corp (ADDC) announced today the newest product in their revolutionary BioDigitalPC® ecosystem: The BioDigitalPC® Commander Tablet Dock.

The Commander, which is built to work with the credit card sized BioDigitalPC®, is equipped with a CAC card reader, full 1Gb Ethernet, three full USB 2.0 ports and one USB 3.0 port, highly accurate GPS with external antenna, front and rear facing cameras, internal WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, and a 10.1" screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels.

The Commander was built to a semi-rugged specification for tough environments and runs for four to six hours(depending on which BioDigitalPC® is powered, the dual or quad-core) on battery. A battery indicator is on the dock itself so that battery level is known regardless of whether a BioDigitalPC® card is inserted or not.

It weighs 2lb. 13oz. and is able to run any of the BioDigitalPC® family line of ultra-small form factor BioDigitalPC® computer cards.

"This tablet dock is a continuation of ADDC's commitment to bringing new and ingenious products to market," said Michael Arnouse, CEO and founder of ADDC. "An owner of a BioDigitalPC® can now take their computing experience from a desktop situation to a tablet form factor in a matter of seconds without any downtime or loss of information while maintaining the highest security possible."

The BioDigitalPC® Commander Tablet Dock is joining the micro form factor Quick Connect, monitors and various other docking stations in the BioDigitalPC® ecosystem. With the addition of a tablet, BioDigitalPC® users now have increased flexibility of form factor when choosing a work environment

Arnouse Digital Device, Corp (ADDC), a high tech company, headquartered in Lake Success, NY, is dedicated to manufacturing small form factor computing solutions and intellectual property around those computing designs. ADDC owns 14 patents and 4 pending patents all having to do with security and micro-form factor computing solutions. You may reach ADDC at support@addc.net.

April 11, 2014 - Lake Success, NY - Arnouse Digital Device Corp (ADDC), announced today the production of the BioDigitalPC® Deployable Data Center (DDC) which meets mil specs for immediate military deployment, disaster recovery and first response, crisis management, data server mobility and computational preservation. The DDC is a first-of-its-kind, highly dense computing package encased in a typical rugged Pelican Case housing 24 dedicated servers and enough battery power to run for 4 to 6 hours without an external power source. The DDC, when fully packed with 24 servers, weighs just under 30 pounds (batteries included) and is rugged and dust resistant. Dual domain and tempest versions are available for custom orders.

The DDC allows 24 ADDC BioDigitalPC® Server Cards to be inserted and routed according to the highest and most secure standards. The BioDigitalPC® Server Cards comes in several different models ranging from dual core to quad core and from 2GB to 8GB of DDR3 RAM per card. The high end of the DDC comes with 192GB DDR3-1600, 96 fully virtualized x86 AMD or Intel cores running between 1.0Ghz and 2.0GHz, and super fast 3TB, on-board SSD. Each server comes equipped with a fully functional 10/100/1000 Ethernet NICs with PXE enabled.

"Our DDC is one of the most revolutionary strategic advances for organizations which require their data center to be portable," said Michael Arnouse, CEO of ADDC. "This case can run off a 12V automobile power system and give unparalleled service to mobile units which are deployed into the worst possible conditions."

Power usage tops off at just 360 Watts for a fully loaded unit, meaning that a typical auto energy systems may power more than one DDC at a time. Connecting the PDC to a micro-cell site, or other radio broadcast systems, enable hundreds of individual nodes to obtain information or cloud connectivity.

Through the use of virtualization the DDC may deploy as many as 400 virtual servers with extremely flexible storage options. The ADDC BioDigitalPC® Server Cards will run nearly all of the most popular operating systems including Windows Server, Hyper-V, VMware, CentOS, Ubuntu and a host of others.

ADDC, headquartered in Lake Success, is a high tech company with offices in Washington DC and California. ADDC utilizes its patent portfolio to create innovative high tech devices concentrating on conditions where size, energy and weight matter. Learn more at DeployableDataCenter.com or ADDC.net.

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. — Dec. 09, 2013 — Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp (ADDC) has completed testing and initial production of the credit card-sized BioDigitalPC® (measuring 54mm x 86mm x 6mm), utilizing the recently announced AMD (NYSE: AMD) Embedded G-Series CPU System-on-Chip (SOC) platform. The BioDigitalPC® family of products, manufactured in the U.S. by ADDC, features credit card-sized computing systems complete with CPU, RAM and memory storage.

“We are extremely pleased with the performance and quality of this latest BioDigitalPC®. Imagine fitting an x86 quad core CPU, 8GB of DDR3 and 128GB SSD all in a credit card sized form factor,” said ADDC CEO Michael Arnouse. “The model offers double the high-speed RAM and adds capabilities like VT-x and virtualization on all models. In addition to these new capabilities is a higher performing graphics engine.”

The latest BioDigitalPC® will be named the BioDigitalPC 7 and will add to the already launched BioDigitalPC® family of products that are being used by the U.S. Department of Defense for various projects, servers, communications equipment and various commercial uses.

“We believe that the AMD G-Series SOC complements the compact BioDigitalPC® 7 perfectly, offering users a seamless solution for high performance graphics and power efficiency, all in the palm of your hand,” said Kamal Khouri, director of embedded products, AMD. “The next generation of embedded computing will be enabled by SoC solutions.

Keeping in line with ADDC's stated goal of green computing, including the reduction of e-waste and conserving energy without sacrificing performance, the BioDigitalPC® 7 offers significant power savings over computing systems currently on the market.

With its Enhanced Universal Video Decode (UVD), the AMD G-Series SOC offers a new video encode capability that allows playback of even the most demanding video at high frame rates. The BioDigitalPC® series of computing platforms is capable of running all x86-based operating systems including 64-bit Linux, Android and Windows distributions, including Windows Server.

ADDC is currently taking orders on 6W, 9W, 15W and 25W varieties of the BioDigitalPC® with the dual or quad core AMD Embedded G-Series SOC, 2 to 8GB DDR3 and 4GB to 128GB SSD.

Arnouse Digital Device, Corp (ADDC), is a Delaware based company dedicated to manufacturing small form factor computing solutions and intellectual property around those computing designs with offices in New York, Washington DC and California. ADDC owns 13 patents and 4 pending patents all having to do with security and micro-form computing solutions. You may reach ADDC at support@addc.net.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, dgallic@addc.net

Lake Success, NY -Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp. ADDC announced the release of two new Micro readers for the BioDigitalPC®(a credit card sized computer), the Micro R-1 and Micro R-2. The readers are intended for OEM’s developing tablets, laptops, televisions, etc., as a connector breakout interface for BioDigitalPC® cards. The Micro R-1 is 1.929” X 0.725” and has pads to interface with 5V/4A input power, 4 USBs, 1 PCIe , and DP . The Micro R-2 is 2.7” X 1.2” and has 5V/4A input power, 5 USB 2.0 ports (3 micro USBs, 1 standard USB header and 1 standard USB pad), 1 PCIe connector and Mini DisplayPort.

The Micro R-1 and Micro R-2 readers can easily be embedded into BioDigitalPC® laptop readers. The BioDigitalPC® ecosystem allows users to update their laptop without throwing away the monitor/keyboard hardware, by purchasing a laptop reader with the Micro R-1 or Micro R-2 embedded. When there are technological advances, the user keeps the laptop with the embedded reader and simply replaces the credit card sized computer, this significantly lowers the quantity of e-waste.

The BioDigitalPC® ecosystem allows for a full computing experience, while consuming approximately 90% less electricity. The system uses at most 10 watts of energy, as opposed to the 90 watts that average computers use. “The BioDigitalPC® ecosystems solves the problem of the mounds of e-waste created by old and obsolete electronics, all while creating a more energy efficient computing platform. The BioDigitalPC® ecosystem will significantly decrease the carbon footprint we leave for our children to deal with,” said Michael Arnouse, CEO and Founder of ADDC.

About Arnouse Digital Devices Corp. - ADDC is a high-technology innovator and manufacturing company that was founded in 2002 on the basis of green technology. ADDC develops industry leading, cutting edge technology solutions for commercial, military and homeland security users, focusing on high portability and security with much less of a carbon footprint.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, dan@ArnouseDigitalDevices.com

Lake Success, NY - January 28, 2013 - Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp (ADDC) announced that the 2nd Generation BioDigitalPC® card has been completely developed and tested. The BioDigitalPC® card is a 64-bit, x86 computing platform that is the size of a credit card. The card is only as thick as four credit cards, its waterproof and fire-resistant, and includes the CPU, RAM and storage on an ultra-micro form factor. The card is equipped with an Intel dual-core, quad-thread, processor that operates at speeds of 1.6GHz or 1.86GHz, and has up to 4GB DDR3 and up to 128GB SSD

The BioDigitalPC® card is encased with a nearly indestructible epoxy that creates a rugged and waterproof exterior. The card runs a full version of the newest version of Microsoft Windows 8, as well as, Windows XP, Vista, 7 and the LINUX OS. Also, the BioDigitalPC® card is Made in the USA

"This is a proud day for ADDC," said Michael Arnouse, CEO and President of Arnouse Digital Devices Corp. "This is a starting point for true open source hardware eco-system we call the BioDigitalPC®. ADDC will manufacture cards and we will actively promote others in designing their own BioDigitalPC® readers. We hope that this will create a new and revolutionary eco-system for hardware computing, an ecosystem centered around energy conservation, mobility and security."

The BioDigitalPC® card connects to BioDigitalPC® reader which acts as the input/output system. These readers may take the form of a regular desktop, laptop, tablet or TV. When a card is connected, the reader displays all the programs and files, but when ejected the reader is simply a shell that has no memory.

"The BioDigitalPC® Eco-system is the future of all electronics," Dan Gallic, COO of ADDC said. "Picture a worker at a desk removing a BioDigitalPC® card from its desktop reader and transferring it to a tablet reader for his commute home. Once home, he simply removes the card from the tablet reader and connects it to the TV. All his programs, files, and capabilities are accessible without a concern."

Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp, founded in 2002, is a high-technology developing and manufacturing company. ADDC develops industry leading, cutting edge technology solutions for commercial, military and homeland security users, focusing on high portability and security.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, Press@ArnouseDigitalDevices.com

February 10, 2012 - Lake Success, NY: A federal court ruled against Motorola and in favor of Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp., in a case of patent infringement.

In a David v Goliath like case, the federal court ruled that the infringement case brought by Arnouse Digital Devices, a high-tech hardware and software developer, may continue despite Motorola's plea to have the case dismissed.

"Motorola tried to lead the Court on a wild goose chase by focusing on the attributes of its cell phone as a stand alone device. Of course Arnouse is not claiming to have invented the cell phone. Rather, the infringement arises from the accused Atrix Lapdock reader, alone or in combination with the cell phone. We were pleased with the Court’s ruling. It is plain that Motorola’s Atrix Lapdock does infringe Arnouse’s patent and we are confident we will recover the significant damages Motorola’s infringement has caused to Arnouse" said lead attorney Brad Fawley.

"First, let me thank Mr. Fawley and Larry Meier, from Downs Rachlin Martin, for their excellent representation. At this point, Motorola, should realize that they are infringing on our patent and pay a reasonable fee for utilizing it, just as many companies must pay Motorola on important intellectual properties they own, and have so forcefully fought to secure," said Dan Gallic, COO of Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp.

Gallic continued, "The truth is that Arnouse is a garage inventor who has invested a lot of resources to turn ideas in valuable patents, patents into designs and, finally, designs into incredible products, which are highlighted on our website, www.BioDigitalPC.com. The court is correct in protecting the little guy from those large corporate entities that would use brute force and intricacies of the rule of law to stifle development."

The case against Motorola centers around one of Arnouse Digital Devices, 14 patents, which were issued to Michael Arnouse over the last eight years. Arnouse Digital Devices licensed the rights to exploit those patents in the marketplace and expects to release the first x86 based credit card sized computer later in the 1Q/2012.

Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp. is a registered corporation in Delaware, holding offices in New York, New Jersey, Washington DC and California. Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp., www.ArnouseDigitalDevices.com, can be reached at 516-673-4444.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, Press@ArnouseDigitalDevices.com

November 28, 2011 - Lake Success, NY: ADDC, a high-technology firm owning significant IP rights, has purchased the assets of GMV, a software development firm which does research and development for the Department of Defense.

Michael Arnouse, chairman of ADDC said, "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to expand ADDC's palette of services through this acquisition. GMV is a leader in encrypted digital voice and video over mobile platforms and ADDC has a commitment to providing top quality mobile services be they hardware or software."

"I am thrilled to be working with ADDC and Mike Arnouse, a true visionary in the high technology field. We expect that GMV's current book of business will thrive under the management and resources at ADDC", said Dan Gallic, Managing Member of GMV.

"The combination of ADDC's hardware and GMV's software aim to be a potent mover in the mobility space, which is booming," said Arnouse.

GMV's book of business includes advanced development of video over ultra low bandwidth and secure voice over a protected architecture. GMV sold the rights to their main communications platform CryptoComm, earlier this year, to the US Army and is currently developing tangential products to meet the needs of the modern warfighter. CryptoComm is currently under certification review at the Army's Cryptology and Modernization lab.

Mr. Gallic will take over the role of Chief Operating Officer of ADDC and Mr. Arnouse will continue to serve as President and CEO.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, Press@ArnouseDigitalDevices.com

November 4, 2011 - Lake Success, NY -Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp has successfully completed a pre-production run of it much anticipated BioDigitalPC®.

Flextronics, a world leader in consumer and commercial high technology, is ADDC's contracted manufacturer for the BioDigitalPC®, a credit card sized computer.

"I am pleased to have a strong manufacturer in our corner as demand for the BioDigitalPC® ramps up," said Mike Arnouse, CEO of ADDC.

The BioDigitalPC® is a computer the size of a standard credit card, capable of running a full version of Windows 7 and comes complete with connections for HD video, 8USB's, 2 PCIe and HD audio in and out. The BioDigitalPC® runs on 93% less power and takes up very little space.

The BioDigitalPC® is meant to be used with a reader, a device which breaks out the offered connection into a user's custom interface, such as a tablet, phone or desktop computer.

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, Press@ArnouseDigitalDevices.com

Septmeber 15, 2011 - Brookville, NY - Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp (ADDC), a developer and manufacturer of high-technology, has received a purchase order for the BioDigitalPC® from The Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (or CERDEC).

"We are pleased to announce that the BioDigitalPC® is being evaluated by the US Army," said Michael Arnouse, CEO of Arnouse Digital Devices.

"We believe that the BioDigitalPC® will play a vital role in the defense vertical for many years to come due to it's size, power and weight," said Arnouse. "I am pleased that ADDC provides the only mobile solution which succeeds in bringing a full desktop computing experience to the mobile world."

Contact: Dan Gallic, 516-673-4444, Press@ArnouseDigitalDevices.com

January 25, 2011 - Brookville, NY Arnouse Digital Devices announced that it has retained SurfaceInk (http://www.SurfaceInk.com), as it's consumer, institutional and government design firm.

SurfaceInk is best known for their work with Apple Inc. consumer products over the last twelve years across the spectrum of products; laptops, desktops, iPods, iPhones, Mac mini, MacBook Air, keyboards, mice and displays.

Eric Bauswell, CEO of SurfaceInk, said, "This is a very exciting moment for SurfaceInk. Arnouse Digital Device's new BioDigitalPC®, a credit card sized computer, promises to move mobile and industrial computing to the next level, flexibility and security all in one solution."

"By utlizing the BioDigitalPC®, we have a freedom to design new and sexier form factors that were just not possible until the BioDigitalPC® came along," continued Bauswell. "SurfaceInk has always taken pride in working with the most innovative and creative technologies and the BioDigitalPC®. The possibilities are endless as to how this can transform the marketplace, I believe this is every bit as innovative as anything we have worked on in the past."

Michael Arnouse, Chairman of Arnouse Digital Devices, "The BioDigitalPC® is the form factor and platform that engineers, software programmers and industrial designers have been waiting for. It allows for a truly unlimited flexibility that design firms look for to express their creativity while allowing software and hardware engineers to include quality and strength in their designs."

Currently, SurfaceInk is working on a laptop, tablet and phone "readers" for the BioDigitalPC®.

The BioDigitalPC® is a patent protected form factor which is a fully operating PC including a Intel Z550 2GHz CPU with a minimum of 1GB DRAM and 32GB SSD. It also includes 8 USB connection, ethernet connectivity and HDMI output.