Isola Grants Patent License to Park Electrochemical Corp.

CHANDLER, ARIZONA, November 24, 2008 Isola Group S.a.r.l., a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of high performance base materials for the printed circuit board industry, today announced that they have entered into a license agreement with Park Electrochemical Corp. (Park) that grants Park the right to practice under U.S. Patent Nos. 5,464,658 and 5,350,621 for the terms of the patents. Financial terms of the agreement are confidential and will not be disclosed.

These patents are directed generally to laminates and printed circuit boards that incorporate square weave fabric materials. “This agreement is beneficial to the industry and to Isola. We are looking forward to working with our customers on expanding the use of this technology,” stated Ray Sharpe, CEO Isola.

24 November 2008

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