We expect our new VP Sales to bridge the gap between American demand for modern and proven solutions with our SmartVista payment suite. We are extremely pleased with Lonergan Partners who undertook and accomplished this challenging mission.
Sigma Designs, Inc. provides integrated system-on-chip solutions (SoC) for the Internet protocol television (IPTV), connected media player, consumer and industrial audio/video, and connected home technologies markets primarily in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Silicon Graphics provides rack-mounted computer servers designed for large-scale data center deployments. It aims its products at IT system administrators looking to replace servers running the UNIX operating system with new equipment operating with Linux or Windows.
Silicon Image designs and sells a variety of integrated circuits, including digital video controllers, receivers, transmitters, and processors that are built into personal computers, set-top boxes, and DVD players.
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Symmetricom is the world leader in generation, synchronization and distribution of precise time and frequency signals. 20,000 kilometers over the earth, Symmetricom products are at work, providing the precise time, frequency and synchronization signals required by a network of GPS satellites
Tessera licenses a portfolio of more than 1,500 patented semiconductor packaging technologies; these designs enable semiconductor makers to produce high-performance packages for use in mobile phones, PDAs, PCs, and other electronic products.
United Online, Inc., through its operating subsidiaries, is a leading provider of consumer products and services over the Internet, where their respective brands have attracted a large online audience that includes more than 100 million registered accounts worldwide.
Viavi (NASDAQ: VIAV) software and hardware platforms and instruments deliver end-to-end visibility across physical, virtual and hybrid networks. Viavi is also a leader in anti-counterfeiting solutions for currency authentication and high-value optical components and instruments for diverse government and commercial applications.
Wireless Telecom Group makes electronic noise generators for wireless telecommunications systems marketed under the brand name Noisecom. Its products are used to test whether such systems can receive transmitted information.