Xennia Launches XenJet Modules, Teams With Trident, Acquires Cametrics

United Kingdom-based Xennia Technology Ltd. — a supplier of inkjet technology for industrial
applications, and a subsidiary of the Netherlands-based Royal Ten Cate — has launched its XenJet
range of industrial-strength ink-jet modules. The range is designed to help original equipment
manufacturers (OEMs) and machine-building partners configure ink-jet printing solutions for
industrial applications such as textiles, ceramics, glass, packaging and product decoration.

In other company news, Xennia has signed an agreement with Trident — a Brookfield,
Conn.-based industrial ink-jet printhead manufacturer — under which Trident will supply printheads
exclusively to Xennia for industrial textile decoration and finishing and industrial product

“Trident’s printhead technology is important for Xennia as it is extremely robust and enables
printing of large drops that spread easily to form uniform layers, ideal for coatings in key
industrial applications such as textiles, glass, floor and wall coverings, furniture laminates and
decor papers,” said Dr. Alan Hudd, managing director, Xennia. “The Trident printhead is compatible
with our comprehensive suite of XenJet modules, comprising print engines, fluid controllers,
maintenance units and application & printing software, backed up by integration support
packages that reduce development risk and cut time to market.”

In addition, Xennia has announced its acquisition of United Kingdom-based digital software
company Cametrics.

“We have been working very successfully with Cametrics for a number of years,” Hudd said.
“Their software is the best inkjet printing software on the market and is a pivotal element of our
inkjet printing systems and modules. We look forward to joining forces to supply the seamlessly
integrated industrial modules the industry has been waiting for. OEM partners and their end
customers can use these modules to transform their inkjet ideas into production reality, increasing
responsiveness, efficiency and profitability.”

May 25, 2010