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Murrietta Circuits Becomes Newest eSurface® Technologies Licensee

eSurface® Technologies the developer of the eSurface proprietary method for creating printed circuit boards, today announced the completion of a technology licensing agreement with Southern California-based Murrietta Circuits, one of the preeminent circuit board providers in North America.

The executed technology license agreement between Murrietta Circuits and eSurface Technologies provides Murrietta the right to manufacture printed circuit boards using eSurface's patented technology, receive implementation and marketing support from eSurface and to be acknowledged as an eSurface Authorized Facility. The term of the eSurface technology license is five years.

Murrietta’s Integrated Solution:

As a Vertically Integrated Electronic Manufacturing Services Company, Murrietta Circuits provides custom made, high reliability circuit boards for the military, aerospace, and medical industries. A uniquely "Integrated Solution", Murrietta provides design, fabrication, assembly and test services for a true one stop turnkey experience.

“We are very excited about this agreement and partnership with eSurface, as we truly believe that this technology will not only change the way that boards are manufactured, but change the way boards are designed, for us and the entire industry,” stated Andrew Murrietta, Murrietta Circuits CEO. “We spent the last 30 plus years designing and manufacturing circuit boards, so we felt we had a well-honed perspective on what this means for the entire circuit board development cycle. BGA technology and density is driving much of today’s biggest challenges within our industry and eSurface gives us that very rare ability to increase circuit density while decreasing cost! Given our business model, we believe we can prove out this process, design in its key advantages and bring products to market faster and more efficiently than anyone.”

“We are honored to be able to license the eSurface technology to a manufacturer of the quality and high standards of Murrietta Circuits,” stated Dave Benson, eSurface Chairman and President. “If we could hand-pick the facility in which we would like to implement our technology, Murrietta would be at the top of that list. We are particularly excited to engage the design expertise of Murrietta to infuse the features and benefits of eSurface into the high-reliability circuit space. Murrietta as a full solution provider in the industry provides a platform to leverage eSurface and to provide Murrietta with a true advantage in the industry.”

About Murrietta Circuits:

Murrietta Circuits is a high-reliability, turnkey supplier of electronic manufacturing services. The company was founded in 1980 and specializes in the design, fabrication, assembly, and testing of PCBs, with today's most challenging technologies and applications. The company performs all these services under one roof, with one management team, one quality system, one MIS system, and one goal: We will consistently deliver quality products on time with the highest customer service, while continually improving our processes. Murrietta Circuits has the following certifications: ISO 9001:2008, AS 9100 Rev. C, MIL-PRF-55110G, MIL-PRF-50884, NADCAP, ITAR Registered, J-STD-001, and UL Listed. Murrietta Circuits is based in Anaheim, California http://www.murrietta.com/

Five Star Award for Supplier Excellence:

Murrietta Circuits has won many supplier awards and most recently received a Five Star Award for Supplier Excellence from Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems on June 4th, 2014, their second year in a row and third year as an award winner. Raytheon recognizes its Five Star Suppliers based on three important factors: 100% on-time delivery, 100% sustained quality, and continuous process improvements. Raytheon has more than 5,000 global suppliers and Murrietta Circuits was one of only 15 to be recognized for this tremendous achievement. Murrietta Circuits provides complete assemblies that are utilized in Raytheon's missile programs SM2, SM3 and Sparrow as well as supporting Raytheon in the relentless pursuit of excellence, new technologies, and innovations.

About eSurface Technologies:

eSurface® Technologies is the creator of the eSurface process, a proprietary patented process that can dramatically impact the manufacturing and design segment of multiple industries. The initial adoption of the eSurface proprietary process by the global circuit board manufacturing industry is leading to the innovation of products previously not thought possible. eSurface Technologies (DBA of EarthOne Circuit Technologies Corporation, a privately-held corporation) is based in Carlsbad, California. http://www.esurface.com.

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