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Conolog Corporation Appoints Michael Horn as CEO

  Conolog Corporation Appoints Michael Horn as CEO

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SOMERVILLE, N.J. -- April 01, 2013

Conolog Corporation (OTCQB: CNLG) (“Conolog”), a pioneer in solving the
complex communication challenges of the US military, electric utilities, and
fiber optic communication service providers, announces the appointment of
Michael Horn as Chief Executive Officer. In this position, he will be
responsible for setting the global direction and commercial strategy, as well
as for transforming Conolog into a sales and marketing-driven organization.
Prior to being named CEO, Mr. Horn served as Corporate Vice President and
Secretary, and he has been a member of the Board of Directors since August
2011.

Mr. Horn joins Conolog from Cyber X Designs, LLC (“CXD”), where he directed
all Business Development efforts and was responsible for new market
strategies, direct sales, business strategy, and executive growth and
development. Prior to joining CXD, Mr. Horn held a number of leadership
positions in the information technology industry, including Chief Executive
Officer, AccountMate Software (A Division of Softline, N.A.) and Chief
Executive Officer, MIBAR Computer Services, a value added reseller and
developer of software. In 2002, Mr. Horn became Managing and Operating Partner
of VAR Direction LLC, Inc., a management and financial consulting firm.

“In this time of increased focus on developing, deploying and supporting
innovative fiber optic protective relaying communication and monitoring
solutions, Mr. Horn’s experience in both setting commercial strategy and
building effective marketing and sales teams, will ensure Conolog evolves
beyond its legacy as an engineering-focused organization”, said Marc Benou,
Conolog President. “Mr. Horn’s leadership will be of tremendous value as we
move to greatly enhance the sales and marketing efforts behind our
first-in-market fiber optic solutions. With his guidance, both GlowWorm and
Fidra have the potential to become new standards in passive fiber signal
monitoring and multifunction relay-to-relay fiber optic control and
monitoring.”

Regarding his appointment, Mr. Horn said, "Conolog Corporation (d/b/a Iniven)
has a storied history of engineering solutions to the complex communication
challenges of electric utilities and fiber optic service providers, and I look
forward to building on, and extending, this legacy by transforming the
corporation into a more sophisticated commercial organization. In the coming
months, we will take steps to establish Commercial Brand Teams for GlowWorm
and Fidra, and a New Product Development Team to handle our emerging
technologies. My goal is to foster a more dynamic environment for sustainable
growth, by integrating and complimenting the outstanding engineering talent
with fresh marketing and sales support.”

Mr. Horn’s appointment was officially disclosed on February 5, 2013 upon the
filing of a Form 8-K with the United Stated Securities and Exchange
Commission, which is available on the SEC website.

http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/23503/000093041313000536/c72526_8k.htm

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About Conolog

Established in 1968, Conolog Corporation (OTCQB: CNLG) specializes in solving
complex commercial and military communication challenges other companies can't
support. As a pioneer in Hi-Reliability Communication Equipment and
components, Conolog has custom-engineered solutions that helped drive the
success of some of America's largest corporations and institutions. Leveraging
our early success, Conolog Corporation emerged as a major supplier of filters,
oscillators, and frequency discriminators for manufacturers of telemetry
systems for electric, transit, renewable, and water/wastewater utilities.

In 1980, Conolog acquired INIVEN, an electronics manufacturer making FSK
(frequency shift keyed) audio communication equipment. Backed by a legacy of
innovation and custom-engineering success, Conolog set out to establish INIVEN
as the innovator in protective relaying and monitoring solutions. As a
Division of Conolog Corp., INIVEN emerged as a leading supplier of FSK
telemetry equipment (GEN 1, 98 Series FSK Tone Telemetry System), and was the
first to introduce DSP (Digital Signal Processing) teleprotection solutions
(PTR-1000). Today, INIVEN continues the Conolog tradition of solving complex
communication challenges for electric utilities, fiber optic communication
service providers and the US military. As an innovator in protective relaying
and monitoring solutions, INIVEN engineers custom-configured communication
equipment ranging from fully digital high speed transfer trip communications
for use in electric power transmission pilot protection schemes (PDR-2000),
original fiber optic solutions including passive fiber signal monitoring
(GlowWorm) and active control of fiber network communication (Fidra). INIVEN
and Conolog Corporation are committed to helping customers maximize the
security and reliability of their network infrastructure.

For more information about Conolog Corporation, please visit our website at
http://www.iniven.com/about-conolog-corporation.html.

Contact:

INIVEN, A Division of Conolog Corporation
Marc Benou, President, 908-722-8081