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Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Inc.
Wilson Greatbatch Technologies Announces Board of Directors Changes
CLARENCE, N.Y., March 4, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Inc. ("WGT" or "Company") (NYSE:GB), today announced the resignation from its Board of Directors of two representatives from Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB), Douglas Rogers and David Wittels. CSFB recently reduced its equity ownership in Wilson Greatbatch Technologies to less than 20% of the shares outstanding. Messrs. Rogers and Wittels have served on the Wilson Greatbatch Technologies Board of Directors since the company's July 1997 management-led buyout. "Doug and David have contributed greatly to the company's success and we thank them for their meritorious service," said Edward F. Voboril, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Inc.
Telelogic Wins Contracts in America Worth More than US$800,000
MALMO, Sweden, March 4, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Telelogic (Stockholm Exchange: TLOG.), the leading global provider of solutions for advanced systems and software development, today announced that it will book more than US$800,000 in revenues from two separately awarded contracts in the United States.
Scania Preferred Supplier to Global Construction Materials Group
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 4, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) - Scania (NYSE:SCVa) (NYSE:SCVb) and Holcim have signed a Frame Agreement, where Scania is one of the preferred suppliers of on-road trucks to Holcim. The agreement is the first global deal made by Scania International Fleet Development Ltd, a recently established company based in the U.K.
Digital Descriptor Systems, Inc.
Digital Descriptor Announces Sale of City-Wide ID Program for Police Department, Fire Department, Security Guards, etc.
FAIRLESS HILLS, Pa., March 4, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Digital Descriptor Systems, Inc. (OTCBB:DDSI), a leading designer and marketer of digitized imaging and Identification systems for the criminal justice and security markets, is pleased to announce the sale of an ID Badging System to one of its existing customers. The ID Badging System will be used to accurately identify all city employees including but not limited to Policeman, Fireman, Security Guards, Crossing Guards, etc.
Equal Justice Works
NAPIL Changes Name to Equal Justice Works
WASHINGTON, March 4, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- The National Association for Public Interest Law (NAPIL), one of the nation's largest nonprofits devoted to mobilizing lawyers and law students to do justice work, has changed its name to Equal Justice Works.
Dot Hill Systems Corp.
Dot Hill to Demonstrate Disaster Recovery Solution at AIIM Expo
CARLSBAD, Calif., March 4, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Dot Hill Systems Corp. (NYSE:HIL), a leading provider of storage networking solutions, will demonstrate its Axis Storage Manager(tm) Remote and SANnet(r) Fibre Channel storage systems in a simulated disaster recovery configuration at AIIM 2002 in San Francisco at Moscone Center, March 6-8. Expo attendees can view the demo at Dot Hill's booth 2617.