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SmallCap Sentinel: As Gold Prices Rise, Small Cap Investors Turn to Gold Stocks
IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- "With gold hitting an 18-year high last week, heads are starting to turn in the small cap market," stated SmallCap Sentinel analyst D.R. Clark. "Microcap and small-cap investors, always eager to ride a wave, are starting to seriously consider gold-based public companies. Meanwhile, astute gold bugs are looking for the next wave within the wave creating more than a subtle industry buzz that something special could be happening in gold-rich Alaska."
The First Ever LightScribe Publishing Tower
CHATSWORTH, Calif., Nov. 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Alera Technologies, Inc., developer and manufacturer of Aleratec advanced USB, DVD/CD duplicating, recording, and digital imaging solutions announced today another industry first, the 1:4 DVD/CD Tower Publisher LS(tm), only from Aleratec. The Publishing Tower supports up to 4 simultaneous DVD/CD Copies, Recordings, or produces up to 4 Silk Screen Quality LightScribe labeled discs. The 1:4 DVD/CD Tower Publisher LS is a DVD/CD duplicator with LightScribe technology that simultaneously Laser burns custom labels directly on DVD/CD discs making it the first LightScribe desktop production disc publishing system. You can create your own custom labels, with text and graphics, using the unique Aleratec Disc Publishing Software Suite, powered by Droppix, included FREE! with purchase.
SunFirst Bank Chooses Biometric Solution From Identica Corp. to Protect its Central Datacenter
ST. GEORGE, Utah, Nov. 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Identica Corp was chosen as the biometric provider to enhance the security of SunFirst Bank's Datacenter. Identica Corp was chosen due to its ease of use and simplistic integration into SunFirst Bank's existing access control system. Identica Corp. installed the Techsphere Hand Vascular Pattern biometric scanner at the entrance of SunFirst Bank's Information Technology Datacenter.
Scania's EGR Engines Receive Environmental Award
SODERTALJE, Sweden, Nov. 21, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Scania has received the Premio Europa environmental award from the Spanish haulage association (CETM) and trade publication Transporte Profesional. The award was given because Scania was able to supply truck engines already back in 2004 that met the European emissions requirements legislated for introduction in October 2006 (Euro 4).