Lattice Technology moves US Headquarters

XVL development firm grows, moves to historic Hobart Building

April 9, 2007 San Francisco, CA – Lattice Technology, Inc., developers of the XVL ultra-compressed 3D data format, announced today the change of address for its San Francisco offices.

The US headquarters of the technology firm has moved into one of San Francisco’s most recognizable historic structures. Architect William Polk designed the distinctive angles of the Hobart Building, located centrally in the 500 block of Market Street, during the reconstruction period following the city’s 1906 earthquake. It is said to have been one of the architect’s favorite commercial buildings.

“Due to the success of Lattice Technology’s North American and European operations over the last year, we are adding additional support staff to our team,” Bill Barnes, General Manager of Lattice Technology, explains. “We’ve outgrown our existing offices, and we’re delighted to find such beautiful new accommodations in the heart of San Francisco. The new offices will absolutely allow us to better serve our North American and European clientele.”

Lattice Technology’s new address is 582 Market Street, Suite 1215, San Francisco, CA 94104. Phone and email contacts will remain the same.

About Lattice Technology, Inc.

Founded in 1997 with headquarters in Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco, USA, Lattice Technology provides global companies with proven solutions for the propagation of 2D/3D design data across the enterprise. Lattice's standards based XVL® (eXtensible Virtual world description Language) technology enables companies to securely provide highly accurate and compressed 3D files to partners, suppliers, and internal departments in a lightweight browser-based solution. XVL® is unmatched in performance, compression and accuracy. XVL is widely introduced in more than 2000 companies, mainly in the automotive and electronics industries. For more information, visit www.lattice3d.com.

*XVL is a registered trademark of LATTICE TECHNOLOGY, INC.


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