February 08, 2006 08:00 ET

DDI Corp. Showcases Innovations at IPC Printed Circuits Expo, APEX and the Designers Summit in Anaheim

ANAHEIM, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 8, 2006 -- IPC PRINTED CIRCUITS EXPO, APEX, AND THE DESIGNERS SUMMIT BOOTH #2162 -- DDI Corp. (NASDAQ: DDIC), a leading provider of technologically advanced PCB engineering and manufacturing services, today announced that it would be appearing at the IPC Printed Circuits Expo, APEX and the Designers Summit conference opening Wednesday, February 8, 2006 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California to discuss DDI's role in the future of HDI processes.

"The past year the company has gone through an amazing amount of change which we believe has made us stronger and more focused on our key markets and customers," says Mikel Williams, CEO, DDI. "We are committed to retaining our leadership position in the industry. IPC is an important venue for showing prospective customers that we have the best PCB engineering services and first-tier manufacturing capabilities for the semiconductor, telecommunications, networking, computing, and military electronics markets."

In the past year, DDI invested over $3 million in upgrades and additions to advanced Laser Image, Laser Drill and Test equipment across its facilities. This investment increased capacity and capabilities to meet the growing demand for DDI's microvia processing technologies for HDI applications. In 2005, DDI experienced over 25% growth in its microvia business, having drilled over 600 million laser vias with an industry leading 10 laser drilling systems company wide.

Professionals involved in sales, engineering, R &D, and management representing all divisions will be available at the DDI Booth #2162 in the Anaheim Convention Center to discuss the company's SMV™ technology, design for manufacture (DFM) services, quick turn capability as well as the company's assembly, test and transition services.

About DDI

DDI is a leading provider of time-critical, technologically advanced, electronics manufacturing services. Headquartered in Anaheim, California, DDI and its subsidiaries offer fabrication and assembly services to customers on a global basis from its facilities located across North America.

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