First Soleus Production Product Launched - Mio Moov 380 Personal Navigation Device Announced at Computex Taipei

Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX: ICS) today announced that Soleus licensee MiTAC International Corp has launched the Soleus-based Mio Moov 380 connected Personal Navigation Device (PND) at Computex Taipei.

Vancouver, BC - June 12, 2008 - Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX: ICS) today announced that Soleus licensee MiTAC International Corp has launched the Soleus -based Mio Moov 380 connected Personal Navigation Device (PND) at Computex Taipei. The product is a connected PND for professional users, which includes an ultra slim design, local search and touch screen capabilities. More information on the Mio Moov 380 is available at -technology -press -releases -MioLaunchestheirLightestConnectedPND.htm.

"Intrinsyc is proud to have the Soleus software platform support this impressive product by Mio, a leading navigation brand. We congratulate them on this announcement," said Glenda Dorchak, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Intrinsyc Software. "This is an important milestone for our Soleus business. As this product begins shipping Soleus royalty revenues will commence. This platform further validates Soleus capabilities for enabling the rapidly growing connected PND category."

Mio announced that the product will first be launched in Taiwan. Soleus is a comprehensive wireless handset software platform, with pre -certified telephony and a large application portfolio, which enables device makers to rapidly develop and deploy an array of wireless consumer devices. Built on Windows® Embedded CE, the flexible Soleus software platform allows numerous feature -set variations to meet the requirements of multiple handset designs and form factors. Soleus takes a modular approach to configuring handset software with a standard set of software components and enables device makers to reduce development costs, build mobile handsets faster and incur less risk.

About Intrinsyc Software International, Inc.
Intrinsyc provides wireless software solutions that enable next -generation handheld products, including mobile handsets, smart phones and converged devices. The company's software products, engineering services, and years of expertise help device makers, service providers, and silicon providers deliver compelling wireless products with faster time -to -market and improved development cost. Intrinsyc is the licensor of the Soleus™ software platform based on Windows® Embedded CE for consumer handset development. Intrinsyc is a Microsoft® Windows Embedded Gold Partner and a winner of Windows Embedded Excellence Awards in 2007 and 2008, a Symbian Competence Center and Symbian Platinum Partner. Intrinsyc is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (symbol: ICS) and headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with offices in the United States, United Kingdom, and Taiwan.

Intrinsyc and Intrinsyc logo are registered trademarks, and Soleus and Soleus logo are trademarks in Canada, the European Community and the U.S.A. of Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. All other marks are the trademarks of the respective owners and are hereby acknowledged.

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