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Emulex-Sponsored FC-SATA Standard Development Project Approved by ANSI T11
COSTA MESA, Calif., June 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Emulex Corporation (NYSE:ELX), the industry's preeminent source for a broad range of advanced storage networking infrastructure solutions, today announced that its recent standards submission, initially described as "SATA Tunneling Over Fibre Channel technology", is now officially approved for technical standards development by the ANSI T11 committee and officially named "FC-SATA".
CinTel Supplies iCache 5010 to POSDATA
LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- CinTel Corp. (CinTel) (OTCBB:CNCN), Korea's top Internet Traffic Management (ITM) solution provider, is pleased to announce that POSDATA, a public company listed on the Korean Stock Exchange, announced purchase of CinTel's iCache 5010 web cache solution. POSDATA has used iCache at its Seoul, Pohang, and Kwangyang offices since 2000. Due to the recent increase in its Internet traffic and expansion of its intranet and a desire to upgrade the existing iCache, POSDATA has decided to purchase the new product iCache 5010, which is the middle end of the caching products and also the L4 switch. Mr. Ki-Hyung Cho, the team leader of the information system at POSDATA commented, "As part of our program to upgrade our system performance and to improve our network security, we are acquiring CinTel's iCache 5010 once again, as we have been very pleased over the years with CinTel. Mr. Kyung Sup Lee, manager of the sales department at CinTel also commented, "By supplying POSDATA, the IT subsidiary of POSCO, one of the largest steel companies in the world, on the heels of supplying large enterprises such as Samsung Electronics, Korea Telecom, and SK Telecom, CinTel has raised its reputation in the enterprise market and laid the foundation for continue accelerated sales of ASP and others. We believe that CinTel will be very competitive in supplying new products and maintenance contracts to not only the new market for Internet traffic management solutions but also to the approximately 400 clients which already have the install-base."
International Chewing Gum Association
International Chewing Gum Association Launched in Athens
BRUSSELS, June 26, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- During an inaugural meeting in Athens, June 8-10, the leading producers of chewing gum from around the world launched the International Chewing Gum Association (ICGA). Stefan Pfander, Vice President of the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company, has been elected first President of the ICGA. "Our objective is to speak with one global voice and to seek harmonization of regulations between countries and continents," Mr. Pfander declared during the meeting.
Fibre Channel Industry Association
Fibre Channel Industry Association Supports Development of SATA Tunneling Technology
SAN FRANCISCO, June 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- The Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA) today announced its support to develop a standard method for connecting Serial ATA (SATA) disk drives in storage systems using embedded Fibre Channel technology. The ANSI T11 Technical Committee has initiated work to develop a standard called FC-SATA. FC-SATA will leverage existing field-proven Fibre Channel infrastructures to enable cost-effective connections to low-cost SATA drives to both enterprise and smaller business computing systems.
First Canadian American Holdings
First Canadian American Holding Corporation Announces Additional Terrablock Video Clip To Its Web Site
TORONTO, June 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- First Canadian American Holding Corporation (Pink Sheets:FCDH) announced today has added the fifth video clip in a series of clips to its Web site ( www.fcahc.com ) . This latest clip is actually a series of three (3) clips titled "3 Million Block Mushroom Farm" and shows in three separate clips a building that had been built in South Africa utilizing the Terra Block System and blocks in the beginning stages, panning the building and near completion of the building. The structure, which had been built for agricultural purposes was a constructed mushroom farm that took three million blocks to complete.