SOURCE: InsynQ, Inc.

August 11, 2005 06:00 ET

InsynQ's Appgen Software Proven on Linux Terminal Servers and Diskless Workstations

Demo Available at Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) Booth at LinuxWorld San Francisco

TACOMA, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 11, 2005 -- InsynQ, Inc. (OTC BB: INSN), a premier provider of Internet-delivered online business and accounting solutions and owner of Appgen Business Software, announced today that one of its Appgen Platinum Resellers and development partners, Venegas Littman & Associates, has successfully demonstrated Appgen software running on a Linux server and accessed by Linux thin-client diskless workstations. The demonstration uses systems and hardware from LTSP.org and DisklessWorkstations.Com.

This configuration offers businesses a centrally managed and highly scalable desktop delivery option for running high-performance server-based applications on Linux, and takes specific advantage of the thin-client architecture of Appgen's Java client application.

"Utility computing models have always conceived of using terminal services to provide fully managed hosted desktop services," said Joanie Mann, Executive Vice President of InsynQ. "LTSP.org represents a solid opportunity for running such services on the Linux platform, and coupled with the diskless workstations equipment, gives our resellers and customers the flexibility of using centralized and/or localized desktops to run their Appgen business software."

"Our Linux Terminal Server Project and workstations are extremely well-suited to run Appgen's application environment," stated Ron Colcernian, Co-Founder of LTSP and President of DisklessWorkstation.Com. "Because of the thin-client architecture of the Appgen Java client for Linux, multiple high-performance sessions can be served by the terminal servers, optimizing scalability and cost-efficiency."

According to John Venegas, President of Venegas Littman & Associates, "LTSP thin-client terminals can deliver as much as 80 percent cost savings over ten years when considering ancillary expenditures such as configuration, replacements, OS and application reloads, technical support contracts, and acquisition of hardware and software."

A demonstration will be available at the LTSP booth at LinuxWorld San Francisco, August 9-11, 2005.

About InsynQ

InsynQ has been delivering outsourced software application hosting and managed IT services since 1997. InsynQ allows business customers to "turn on" their software applications and workstations instantly through any Internet-connected computer, regardless of operating system. InsynQ subscribers can freely access their software and data -- fully virus-protected and automatically backed up -- from any computer, anywhere in the world. InsynQ's purchase of selected business software from Appgen in 2005 improves the flexibility and cost-efficiency of InsynQ's delivery by using Linux-based application servers that enable customers the choice of multiple platforms. For more information, visit us at www.insynq.com or call us at 253-284-2000.

Forward-Looking Statements

Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks, assumptions and uncertainties that could cause the Company's actual results to differ materially from those projected in such forward-looking statements. These risks, assumptions and uncertainties include: the ability to complete systems within currently estimated time frames and budgets; the ability to compete effectively in a rapidly evolving and price competitive marketplace; changes in the nature of telecommunications regulation in the United States and other countries; changes in business strategy; the successful integration of newly acquired businesses; the impact of technological change; and other risks referenced from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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    Phone: (253) 284-2000, ext. 2064
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