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Frost & Sullivan Global Product Line Strategy of the Year Award Presented to Xenemetrix
Date:10/12/2010

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent research on the EDXRF Analyzers market, Frost & Sullivan presents Xenemetrix, Inc. with the 2010 Global Product Line Strategy of the Year Award.

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"A leading designer, manufacturer, and distributor of Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) systems, Xenemetrix, Inc. offers an extensive range of high quality, leading-edge laboratory, bench top and mobile analyzer models," states Frost & Sullivan Industry Manager Sujan Sami. "Xenemetrix's products offer value to customers in terms of logistics, suitability for a specific application, ease of use and operability."

The company's laboratory EDXRF analyzers - EX-6600 LN/PD, EX-6600 SDD, EX-3600 LN/PD and EX-6600 AF - are designed for precision, accuracy and durability, which is paramount for field and lab elemental analysis systems. The company's bench-top models range from cost effective analyzers to high-power ones, like the X-Cite, RoHS Vision, X-PMA, X-Calibur PD and X-Calibur SDD.  Xenemetrix's product portfolio also covers mobile analyzers, including the S-Mobile, S-Mobile SDD and S-Mobile-ULS.

In addition, the geological mapping solution (a combination of S-Mobile and EX-6600 products) is set to bolster the company's market position. This technologically advanced solution finds application with mineralogical specimens for characterizing their content from precious metals to base metals in order to verify different types of compositions.

"The company has built on its customer base through the strategic acquisition of Jordan Valley Semiconductors' analytical division in June 2008," states Sami. "This acquisition offered superior value
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