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Notice on Results of NEC's Tender Offer for Shares of NEC Infrontia Corporation

*****For immediate use January 13, 2006

Tokyo, January 13, 2006 - NEC Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "NEC") today announced the results of the tender offer for shares of NEC Infrontia Corporation that was completed on January 12, 2006. NEC had been conducting a tender offer under the Securities and Exchange Law of Japan for the shares of NEC Infrontia Corporation (Tokyo Stock Exchange, 1st Section; Code Number 6705. hereinafter referred to as "NEC Infrontia") since November 25, 2005, pursuant to the resolution at the meeting of its Board of Directors held on November 24, 2005.

1. Summary of Tender Offer
(1)Name and address of Offeror: NEC Corporation
7-1, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
108-8001, Japan
(2)Name of Target Company: NEC Infrontia Corporation
(3)Type of Shares to be Purchased: Common Shares
(4)Tender Offer Period: From November 25, 2005 (Friday)
to January 12, 2006 (Thursday) (49 days)
(5)Purchase Price: 569 yen per share
2. Results of Tender Offer
(1) Status of Tender:
Total Number of Shares Planned to Be Purchased: 58,948,372 shares
Total Number of Shares Tendered: 15,718,809 shares
Total Number of Shares Purchased : 15,718,809 shares
(2) Status of Purchase:
NEC purchases all tendered shares.
Total Number of Applicant Shareholders Total Number of Shares Tendered Total Number of Shares Purchased Total Number of Shares Not Purchased
1,253 15,718,809 shares 15,718,809 shares 0 shares
(3) Calculation in case of Purchase of Shares on Pro Rata Basis: N/A
(4) Number of Shares Held and Ownership Ratio After Tender Offer:
Number of Shares Held Prior to Tender Offer: 67,554,980 shares
(Ownership Ratio 53.31%)
Number of Shares Held After Tender Offer: 83,273,789 shares
(Ownership Ratio 66.15%)

  (Note 1) The ownership ratio for the Number of Shares Held Prior to Tender Offer was calculated based on the total number of issued shares of NEC Infrontia as of September 30, 2005 (126,724,074 shares).
  (Note 2) The ownership ratio for the Number of Shares Held After Tender Offer was calculated based on the sum of the total number of issued shares of NEC Infrontia (126,724,074 shares (as of September 30, 2005)) and the number of the shares that were issued or transferred to the holders of the stock acquisition rights (including the stock acquisition rights stipulated in Paragraph 2, Article 210-2 of the former Commercial Code of Japan) of NEC Infrontia upon exercise of such stock acquisition rights by the end of the tender offer period (122,000 shares), deducting the number of treasury stock owned by NEC Infrontia (952,722 shares (as of September 30, 2005)).
(5) Funding for Tender Offer: 8,944 million yen

3. Procedures and Commencement Date of Settlement
(1) Names and Locations of the Head Office of Securities Firms Handling the Settlement:
Daiwa Securities SMBC Co., Ltd.
(TOB Agent)
8-1, Marunouchi 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Daiwa Securities Co., Ltd.
(TOB Sub-agent)
6-4, Otemachi 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
(2) Commencement Date of Settlement:January 20, 2006 (Friday)
(3) Settlement Procedures:
A notice of purchase will be sent to the address of each applicant shareholder without delay after the date hereof (in case of a foreign shareholder, to the address of his/her standing agent in Japan). The purchase will be made in cash. The fund will be paid by the TOB Agent or the TOB Sub-agent on or after the commencement date of settlement in accordance with the instructions of each applicant shareholder, either by remittance, or at the head office or any of the domestic branch offices of the TOB Agent or the TOB Sub-agent where the application for the tender offer was accepted.
4. Place of the Registration Statement Available for Public Inspection
Name Address
NEC Corporation 7-1, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. 2-1, Nihonbashi Kabutocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
5. Stock-for-Stock Exchange
  In order to make NEC Infrontia its wholly-owned subsidiary, NEC plans to enter into a stock-for-stock exchange agreement with NEC Infrontia by the end of February 2006.


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