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    CSP Inc. Completes First Shipment of Linux FastCluster Blades
    Tuesday March 02 2004 @ 10:17AM EST

    BILLERICA, Mass., March 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CSP Inc. (Nasdaq: CSPI) MultiComputer Division, a leading supplier of embedded high-performance cluster computing systems, is pleased to announce that it has completed delivery of FastCluster(TM) systems to Array Systems Computing, Inc. (Array) for use in the Sonar Acoustic Post Processing System (SAPPS). The SAPPS architecture was developed by Array Systems Computing Inc. for the Swedish Defense Material Administration and provides the benefits of open systems enabling technology to the Royal Swedish Navy (RSwN).

    SAPPS will be used by the RSwN to analyze the active and passive sonar records collected by the RSwN's submarines, surface ships as well as bottom sensors and sonobuoys; electromagnetic signature data is included. This program implement's Array's Scalable Generic Signal Processor (GSP). The Scalable GSP targets computationally intense applications including Synthetic Aperture Sonar and Radar (SAR), Space Time Adaptive Processing (STAP), and Hyperspectral Processing.

    FastCluster was selected for this program due to its effective scalable clustering technology, its open source Linux operating system and its demonstrated success in real-time sonar applications. Boasting a Commercial- Off-The-Shelf (COTS) modular architecture, FastCluster(TM) features the MPC7410 processor with AltiVec(TM) and the Myrinet-2000(TM) cluster interconnect. The MPC7410 equipped with a 128-bit vector execution unit enables highly parallel processing of data streams while concurrently supporting integer and floating-point operations. The processor performance is complemented with the high-bandwidth and low latency of Myrinet-2000 to deliver a leading-edge solution for scalable signal processing applications.

    The SAPPS is a general-purpose system that can process all types of sonar data from a variety of sources. It features a FastCluster(TM) central processor that supports a series of Personal Computer (PC)-based operator workstations using the Microsoft Windows(R) Operating System and interfaces with a Local Area Network (LAN). FastCluster(TM) delivers compute density and rugged features coupled with a Linux software environment on a scalable, open architecture platform providing an ideal choice in COTS high volume data processing hardware for the SAPPS.

    About CSP Inc.

    Based in Billerica, Massachusetts, CSP Inc. (Nasdaq: CSPI) and its subsidiaries develop and market E-business and messaging solutions, image- processing software, network management, storage systems and security integration services and high-performance cluster computer systems for commercial, scientific, and defense customers worldwide.

    The MultiComputer Division helps its customers solve high-performance computing problems in the medical imaging and defense markets by supplying very dense multiprocessing systems with powerful real-time I/O capabilities that require minimal physical space or power. These systems are used in a broad array of applications, including software defined radio, radar, sonar and surveillance signal processing.

    For more information about CSP Inc., visit http://www.cspi.com or call us at 1 (800) 325-3110.

    About Array Systems Computing Inc.

    Array is recognized as a leading developer of computer systems and software for complex real-time signal processing and simulation systems. The company provides leading-edge scientific software solutions and custom systems including synthetic aperture radar processors for airborne and ground based applications, conventional radar signal processing, acoustic signal processing, and high fidelity sonar training systems.

    For more information about Array's current and future technologies, visit their website: http://www.array.ca or call (416) 736-0900.

    Safe Harbor Statement

    CSP Inc. wishes to take advantage of the 'safe harbor' provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 with respect to statements that may be deemed to be forward-looking statements under the Act. Such forward-looking statements may include, but are not limited to, statements regarding the success of the Company and its subsidiary's products and services. The Company caution that numerous factors could cause actual results to differ materially from any forward-looking statements made by the Company. Please refer to the section on forward-looking statements included in the Company's Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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