iBiquity, Intertek in Hong Kong and TOKO in Japan Reach Milestone Approving High-Quality HD Radio Products for the Market Many More in the Pipeline Shenzhen, China ““ October 8, 2008 ““ iBiquity Digital Corporation, the developer of digital HD Radioâ„¢ technology for AM and FM audio and data broadcasting, announced today that more than 100 discrete HD Radio products in a broad range of categories have been certified over the last several years by iBiquity in Columbia, Maryland , Intertek in Hong Kong and TOKO in Japan. Products for the home and office include clock radios, all-in-one table top sound systems, stereo tuners, high-end home components, transportable units and cordless radios, and iPod ® docking stations; for the vehicles: OEM head units for more than 10 different automotive manufacturers in the U.S. and overseas, aftermarket headunits, tuner boxes to upgrade OEM or aftermarket in-dash radios, and plug’n’play upgrade kits. “The HD Radio market is growing rapidly, and we are working with leading manufacturers and brand s around the world to bring high-quality products to consumers who are demand ing more from their radios,” said Jeff Jury, COO of iBiquity Digital Corporation. “The hard work our Lab, Intertek and TOKO have put into analyzing and perfecting certification testing for digital HD Radio tuners and receivers has enabled the availability of a wide range of new HD Radio products for consumers.” iBiquity had been certifying most HD Radio products in its Maryland Lab. As the number of products began to skyrocket, the company licensed Japan-based TOKO and then Hong Kong-based Intertek, most recently, in 2007, to help certify products in Asia. This expansion put the certification capability closer to the design centers and manufacturing plants, enabling quicker turn around of products. The HD Radio certification process includes a rigorous inspection of performance and functionality to ensure compliance with HD Radio broadcast system requirements. Some of the brand s offering HD Radio products at over 14,000 stores and online are Accurian, Alpine, Audio Design Associates, Audiovox, Cambridge Soundworks, DaySequerra, Denon, DICE Electronics, Directed Electronics, Dual, Eclipse, Insignia, Integra, JBL, Jensen Mobile, Jensen, JVC Mobile, jWIN, Kenwood, Marantz, McIntosh, Metra, Niles, Onkyo, Panasonic, Peripheral Electronics (AAMP), Polk Audio, Radiosophy, Roadmaster, Rotel, Sangean, Sanyo, Sony, Visteon and Yamaha, with more under development. HD Radio technology has made great inroads in the automotive sector as well. BMW, Ford, Hyundai, Lincoln, Mercedes, MINI, Mercury, Scion and Volvo have all announced that HD Radio technology will be factory-installed in their vehicles from suppliers like Alpine, Delphi, Mitsubishi Electronics, Siemens-VDO and Visteon.