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Patriot Data Solutions Group Selected to Assist Louisiana District Attorney Association with Pilot Project
Date:12/14/2010

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CDX is built on well-established standards set forth by appropriate governing bodies to ensure that organizations have the foundation by which data can be transferred between systems without undue costs and manpower expenditures. Through PDSG's CDX platform, the AFIS arrest data will be electronically initiated in the two Louisiana Parish's case management systems, pre-populating the records' fields.

About Patriot Scientific Corporation

Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, Patriot Scientific Corporation ("PTSC") is the co-owner of the Moore Microprocessor Patent™ Portfolio licensing partnership with The TPL Group. For more information on Patriot Scientific Corporation, visit: www.ptsc.com.  

About Patriot Data Solutions Group

Patriot Data Solutions Group, Inc. ("PDSG") provides products and solutions that enable mission-critical applications to significantly accelerate the time to value and reduce total cost of ownership for their data-sharing initiatives.  The company's flagship product, the Crossflo DataExchange® solution, helps link systems together and facilitates secure data sharing for any information exchange initiative in the public safety and criminal justice markets.  The solution has been designed to work directly with a number of national data sharing standards, including NIEM (National Information Exchange Model) and the Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM). PDSG has been working with some of the nation's earliest and most innovative data exchange projects including one of the most advanced statewide data-sharing initiatives to be deployed in the United States.  PDSG is the data-sharing group of Patriot Scientific Corporation, which is headquartered in Carlsbad, California (OTC BB: PTSC). For more information on Patriot Data Solutions Group, visit www.pdsg.com.

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