SOURCE: CinTel Corp.

September 18, 2007 09:00 ET

CinTel Congratulates Geek Squad for Winning Distinguished Technology Company Award

Recognizes CinTel Officer's Nominations as Technology Leaders

LOUISVILLE, KY--(Marketwire - September 18, 2007) - CinTel Corp. (CinTel) (OTCBB: CNCN) congratulates Geek Squad as winner of the "2007 Distinguished Technology Company Award (56 employees or more), presented by CinTel Corp." With competition like CNET, Kindred Healthcare and Papa John's International, among others, it was a very prestigious field of competitors. With the opening of the Geek Squad City right outside of Louisville, Geek Squad has become a powerhouse and strong supporter of technology in the area. This award recognizes their efforts in the community.

CinTel was honored to sponsor this award given out at the "2007 Top TeN Awards Celebrating Outstanding Achievements In Technology." With keynote speaker Steve Wozniak (The WOZ), co-founder of Apple Computers, the event was truly something to be proud of. Eight hundred people attended the dinner and speech as part of the 2007 IdeaFestival.

CinTel's CEO, Sang Don Kim, said of the event, "We are proud to support our community and to recognize such an amazing company as Geek Squad. They are working hard to increase the way technology is repaired and we recognize their efforts to raise the bar of excellence in technology in the area." He goes on to say, "CinTel is proud to have been a part of the TeN awards and the IdeaFestival and will continue to support these efforts in the future."

Additionally, officers of CinTel Corp. were recognized as nominees in other categories. Sang Don Kim, CEO, was nominated in both the Technology Executive of the Year and Entrepreneur Awards. Vice President JD Sparks was nominated in the Volunteer of the Year and Leadership awards categories. CinTel is proud that their officers are working to improve the community and support their continued efforts to build upon the technology base both in the Kentucky region and internationally.

About CinTel Corp. (www.cintelcorp.net)

Founded in 1997, CinTel evolved from being an internet traffic management ("ITM") solution provider to a semiconductor-focused company. CinTel has created a conglomeration of technology products to include NAND flash memory packaging, LCD assembly, semiconductor packaging and testing specialists, as well as a total solution provider for memory applications for home appliances, semiconductor and TFT-LCD application products.

About Geek Squad City (http://www.geeksquad.com/)

Geek Squad City is the official worldwide headquarters of Geek Squad's 24-Hour Computer Support Task Force. It's a state-of-the art, one-of-a-kind computer repair center, located right outside of Louisville, KY, governed by a dedicated corps of premier Geek Squad Agents from around the country.

About Geek Squad

The Geek Squad is a 24-Hour Computer Support Task Force. With their focus solely on computer and network support, they offer flat-rate pricing for carry-in, on-site, or remote computer support service for everything from setups and installs to upgrades. They provide services wherever and whenever you need them -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

About TeN (www.greaterlouisville.com/ten)

The Technology Network of the Greater Louisville region serves as the "go to" organization for technology information, networking, and business development. A part of Greater Louisville Inc, the chamber of commerce.

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