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NTG Clarity Signs New Contract to Provide Technical Resources

Thu, 04/08/2010 - 1:30pm
The Associated Press

NTG Clarity Networks Inc. (TSX VENTURE: NCI) a leader in delivering network, IT and infrastructure solutions today announced that it has signed a new contract totaling approximately $300,000CDN to provide technical resources to a government ministry in the Gulf area. Services pursuant to this contract have already commenced and are expected to be completed over the next 5 months.

NTG will provide technical resources to program, design and reconcile some of the Ministry's databases. NTG Clarity Founder and CEO Ashraf Zaghloul comments, "We at NTG are proud to add the Ministry to our list of customers. NTG's technical expertise and resource pool is increasing and enables us to expand our service offering. With this contract, we are able to expand our customer base outside our usual Telecom provider customers. NTG will increase its marketing to government ministries in the Gulf area during this year to explore new opportunities and to increase our revenue."

NTG Clarity is also working on a number of additional advanced contracts in the Gulf area and expects to announce further details in the near future.

About NTG Clarity Networks

NTG Clarity Networks' vision is to be the world's leading networking solutions company. Established in 1992, NTG Clarity is a leader in Canada in delivering networking, IT and network enabled application software solutions to network service providers and large enterprises. More than 120 network professionals provide design, engineering, implementation, software development and security expertise to the industry's leading network service providers and enterprises. NTG Clarity's services are offered internationally, with offices and operations currently in Toronto, Canada, Cairo, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Bahrain and Kuwait.

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