NOK 22 million contract with the Kongsberg Group

Data Respons has today signed a contract with Kongsberg Protech Systems worth NOK 22 million.

The contract comprises development and delivery of embedded solutions which will be integrated into Kongsberg Protech Systems' high-tech weapon systems. The main portion of the contract will be delivered during the fall of 2010 and the spring of 2011. In addition, the collaboration with Kongsberg Protech Systems offers considerable potential over the next few years.

 

- The contract is a confirmation of the increase in activity for Data Respons in the Kongsberg region, says Kenneth Ragnvaldsen, CEO of Data Respons ASA. The company has over the years built a strong competency centre in Kongsberg and considers the region one of the most important growth areas.

Kongsberg Protech Systems is a leading supplier of weapon systems in the global market, and is a part of the Kongsberg Group.



For further information please contact:
Kenneth Ragnvaldsen, CEO, Data Respons ASA, phone: +47 67 11 20 00 Mob: +47 913 90 918.

About Data Respons
Data Respons` vision is to become leading in Europe within 2010 in Embedded Solutions for the industrial market. Embedded Solutions can be described as the brains of a machine, system or industrial end product. Data Respons supplies Embedded Solutions to leading OEM companies, system integrators and vertical product suppliers in a range of market segments such as defence, offshore, automation, medical equipment, surveillance, transport, telecommunications and other industries. Data Respons ASA is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (Ticker: DAT), and is part of the information technology index. The company has offices in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Germany. At the close of the 2nd quarter 2010 the company had a total of 447 employees.

More information on Data Respons ASA can be found on our website: http://www.datarespons.com

 
This information is subject of the disclosure requirements acc. to §5-12 vphl (Norwegian Securities Trading Act)