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Lantronix Brings xPico, World’s Smallest Device Server, to Embedded Systems Conference

IRVINE, CA–(Marketwire – Mar 21, 2012) – Lantronix (NASDAQ: LTRX), a leading global provider of smart M2M connectivity solutions, today announced that it will be exhibiting its line of embedded solutions, including the newly-launched xPico™ device server, at the 2012 Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Jose, Calif. from March 27, 2012 through March 29, 2012. Lantronix will be located at booth 1040, and will also be providing a live demonstration of its award-winning xPrintServer™ Network Edition iOS printing solution.

“ESC-San Jose is an exceptional event at which to showcase our entire family of embedded solutions,” said Mark D. Tullio, vice president of worldwide marketing for Lantronix. “The highly-targeted event attracts embedded engineers, designers and IT professionals — the perfect customer base for our xPico device server, our PremierWave and xPort embedded M2M solutions, and our xPrintServer, which is based on the PremierWave embedded platform.”

About xPico: Key Features and Benefits

As the world’s smallest embedded device server, xPico can be used in designs typically intended for chip solutions. However, with the xPico module there is no need for software development, which results in a much lower development cost and faster time-to-market. Key features include:

  • Chip-sized footprint: 24mm x 16.5mm;
  • Complete ‘Device Server Application’ with full IP stack and web server;
  • Serial data rate of up to 921 Kbps;
  • 256-bit AES encryption;
  • Operating environment at extended temperatures: -40° to +85° C;
  • 5-Year limited warranty.

How to Buy

xPico, which begins volume shipping in the early second half of calendar 2012, is available for pre-order now by calling (800) 422-7055, and at the time of shipping will be available for purchase globally through Lantronix.com, as well as through the company’s traditional distribution channels and partners. MSRP for quantity of 1,000 units is $23.00. For larger volumes, please contact a local Lantronix representative or partner for pricing details. For more information about xPico, for general questions or for sales, please contact sales@lantronix.com.

To browse or purchase Lantronix connectivity solutions and accessories, visit the company’s ecommerce store located at www.Lantronix.com.

About ESC

ESC (the Embedded Systems Conference) is the global electronics industry’s leading embedded solutions event. With cutting edge product demonstrations, visionary speeches and hundreds of essential technical training classes and accreditation opportunities, ESC is the ideal venue for the design engineering community to learn, collaborate and recognize excellence. In addition, ESC Silicon Valley celebrates decades of unique local electronics industry culture, innovation and significant contributions to the global technology industry. For more information, visitwww.ubmdesign.com.

About Lantronix

Lantronix, Inc. (NASDAQ: LTRX) is a global leader of secure M2M communication technologies that simplify access and communication with and between virtually any electronic device. Our smart connectivity solutions enable sharing data between devices and applications to empower businesses to make better decisions based on real-time information, and gain a competitive advantage by generating new revenue streams, improving productivity and increasing efficiency and profitability. Easy to integrate and deploy, Lantronix products remotely and securely connect electronic equipment via networks and the Internet. Founded in 1989, Lantronix serves some of the largest medical, security, industrial and building automation, transportation, retail/POS, financial, government, consumer electronics/appliances, IT/data center and pro-AV/signage entities in the world. The company’s headquarters are located in Irvine, Calif.

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