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Delphi Medical Systems Signs Exclusive Licensing Agreement with Oxus


TROY, Mich. -- Delphi Medical Systems, a subsidiary of Delphi Corp., recently signed an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with Korea-based medical device company Oxus Co., Ltd.

Oxus is a fast-growing supplier of medical, industrial, and commercial PSA oxygen generators.

The technology licensing agreement includes two key U.S. patents, several additional patent applications, the rights to manufacture and distribute oxygen concentrators based on this intellectual property, and the ability to use the underlying technology for OEMs and distributors.

Delphi anticipates bringing two oxygen concentrators to the U.S. and European markets in the first quarter of 2006, when it is expected that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance for sale and CE Mark approvals will be obtained.

Ideal for use in home care or in alternate sites, the oxygen concentrators are designed to be high-performance systems with low noise for the patient. One version delivers three liters per minute and the larger of the two delivers five liters per minute.

The underlying technology will also be used on other concentrators that may benefit from their innovative design.

“We’re excited about this agreement and the Oxus products, which represent growth opportunities for Delphi,” said Christophe Sevrain, managing director of Delphi Medical Systems. “We anticipate announcing more strategic alliances with Original Equipment Manufacturers and distributors to further develop Delphi Medical Systems’ presence in the respiratory care arena.”

The technologies, coupled with Delphi Medical Systems’ already impressive portfolio of technologies in respiratory care, will help add to its steadily growing product portfolio. “We welcome this opportunity to work with Delphi Medical Systems,” said Dr. T. S. Lee, president Oxus, Co., Ltd. “With our licensing agreement, together we hope to continue to serve the needs of patients with respiratory needs,” said Lee. “We expect to bring a series of leading-edge products to the market, by capitalizing on Delphi’s strengths in design, manufacturing and reliability.”

“The oxygen concentrators and the licensing agreement with Oxus are key elements in our respiratory care market segment, one of our six focused areas in the medical industry,” said Sevrain. “We look forward to working with Oxus, as it will be another building block to addressing respiratory care concerns all over the world.”

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