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Foresite Partners With NanoTech With Successful Test of NanoTweet App

New Foresite Campaign Reaches Out via Twitter with NanoTweet App Featuring Ongoing News and Information Focused on Global Compliance Issues.

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Foresite Software Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that it has completed a successful test of the NanoTweet™ cloud based communications apps developed by NanoTech Entertainment (PINKSHEETS: NTEK).  Foresite, a market leader in comprehensive compliance solutions, will provide informational and educational updates to its customers and the industry on a variety of topics to followers of its @FORESITECLOUD twitter feed.  Content will include information about upcoming educational webinars, the latest in legislation updates that affect manufacturers and the supply chain, and availability of videos on the Foresite Compliance Channel that highlight many of the current industry compliance concerns including Conflict Mineral Legislation. 

"We chose the NanoTweet™ App Library based on the unique set of features not found on any other Twitter tools," stated Lance Allison, Foresite CEO.  "We are excited to be able to leverage the level of communication offered by Twitter and maximized by using the NanoTech cloud based tools.  This will help us provide our customers and industry suppliers with a multitude of information and updates on the ever changing and complex issues of Global Compliance."

Jeffrey A Foley, CEO of NanoTech, noted, "Foresite has the world's most comprehensive compliance solution, providing all critical elements including identification, software and reporting.  We were impressed with their offerings and are excited to have them as an early adopter of our technology.  We feel that companies such as Foresite who not only create, but demand the utmost from technology will continue to benefit from our apps."  NanoTweet is a set of cloud based Apps that provide a variety of scheduling, searching and content management tools that help companies increase communications with their followers.

About Foresite
Foresite Systems has over a decade of experience as the environmental regulatory compliance partner to global multinationals and there affiliated supply chains.  Our principal areas of expertise reside in the electronics, medical device, distribution/retail, industrial/government, supply chain management, and manufacturing sectors.  We provide the most comprehensive and unique range of compliance services including:

Software: The best in class Global Environmental Management System (GEMS) has pioneered the product stewardship and global regulatory compliance space.

Data Acquisition and Provision:  Foresite's Global substance DataStore (GDS) is the most technically advanced supply chain compliance documentation repository in existence.

Professional Services: Our experienced cadre of Regulatory Compliance Experts provides practical and responsive support to help your company manage the most difficult compliance challenges.

Protecting the Environment through Product Stewardship

Foresite is a technology based company with a customer service oriented culture. We work with companies that share our belief in working to protect the planet's finite resources by minimizing the impacts from product manufacture and use to humans and the environment.

To assist our customers to achieve their regulatory and environmental goals, we offer a comprehensive suite of software and services that help major international companies manage their environmental footprint.  We also believe firmly in our ability to support internal change. More information about Foresite can be found on the web at www.ForesiteCloud.com.  Twitter users can get updates by following @ForesiteCloud.

About NanoTech Entertainment
Headquartered in Las Vegas, NV, NanoTech Entertainment is a technology company that focuses on all aspects of the entertainment industry.  With three business units, focusing on Gaming, Media & IPTV and Mobile Apps, the company has a unique business model.  The company has a diverse portfolio of products and technology.  NanoTech Gaming Labs operates as a virtual manufacturer, developing its technology and games, and licensing them to third parties for manufacturing and distribution in order to keep its overhead extremely low and operations efficient in the new global manufacturing economy.  NanoTech Media develops proprietary technology which it licenses to publishers for use in their products as well as creating and publishing unique content.  NanoTech Communications develops and sells proprietary apps and technology in the Mobile and Consumer space.  NanoTech is redefining the role of developers and manufacturers in the global market. More information about NanoTech Entertainment and its products can be found on the web at www.NanoTechEnt.com.

NanoTech Entertainment (PINKSHEETS: NTEK) trades on OTC Pink, the open marketplace for a wide spectrum of equity securities. Investors can find real-time quotes and market information at www.otcmarkets.com.

"Safe Harbor" Statement: Under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements in the press release that relate to the company's expectations with regard to the future impact on the company's results from new products in development are forward-looking statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  Since this information may contain statements that involve risk and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, the company's actual results may differ materially from expected results.

The Foresite Compliance Cloud logo, Foresite Compliance Channel name and logo are trademarks of Foresite Systems LTD, All Rights Reserved.  The NanoTech Entertainment logo is a trademark of NanoTech Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.  "The Future of Television" is a service mark of NanoTech Entertainment, Inc., All Rights Reserved

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