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NightStar 4.-Improved GUI Control and Application Illumination

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Concurrent’s NightStar Tools for Linux to Offer New Graphical Interface and Enhanced Real-Time Application Debugging and Tuning

NightStar 4.1 Includes Improved GUI Control and Application Illumination Feature for Increased Programmer Productivity

Duluth, GA – April 18, 2007 - Concurrent (NASDAQ:CCUR), a leading provider of time-critical Linux® operating systems and integrated software and computer solutions for mission-critical applications, today announced that it will soon offer a new version of its popular NightStar ™ integrated software tool set. NightStar is widely used for debugging and analyzing time-critical applications running on Concurrent real-time Linux operating system distributions RedHawk™ Linux® and SUSE® Linux Enterprise Real Time from Novell®.

NightStar version 4.1 features a complete graphical user interface (GUI) makeover that makes it more flexible and easier to use. NightStar’s current Motif GUI will be replaced by a Qt-based presentation with more modern rendering, shading and option control. The new version allows individual tool panels to be moved and resized to make it easy for users to customize their debugging displays.

“The features we’ve added to NightStar, including the new Qt GUI, continue Concurrent’s tradition of offering the most advanced yet easy-to-use debugging environment for troubleshooting and tuning complex Linux software applications,

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