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Buffalo Technology (USA), Inc.
Buffalo Technology Announces New Hi-Speed Memory Solutions
AUSTIN, Texas, June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Buffalo Technology (USA), Inc., an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of memory products, announced today the latest additions to its award- winning line of advanced memory solutions. FireStix FSX500DV and FireStix FSX433DV promise to optimize system performance to enable faster and smoother gaming, audio / video streaming, animation rendering and multi-tasking.
PocketSpec Technologies Inc
PocketSpec Technologies, Inc. Announces First Sale to New Distributor of $114,000 in Products and Software
DENVER, June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- PocketSpec Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:PKSP) announces that it reached an agreement with a veteran of the plastics industry to distribute its products, including its latest software system, the ColorQA Pro System II, a software system that will satisfy color quality assurance needs of the plastics and other industries. The agreement was made between PocketSpec and John Vogel, of New York and now marketing plans are released. Vogel purchased 63 of the ColorQA devices and 50 sets of the newest PocketSpec software in this Agreement. Although pleased with the size of this first sale, what is more valuable going forward, is Mr. Vogel's marketing plan. Vogel is well accomplished in the plastics industry and, as he has served as director of purchasing for Napco Security Systems, Amityville, New York for the past 7 years, PocketSpec will benefit from his many contacts and associations.
Scantron Assessment Technologies to be Integrated and Delivered with Microsoft Class Server
IRVINE, Calif., June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Microsoft and Scantron Testing and Assessment today announced that Scantron will adopt the Microsoft(r) Class Server learning management platform, thereby allowing student achievement results from Scantron Performance Series(tm) and Achievement Series(tm) to be used by teachers to deliver individualized, standards-aligned instruction to students based on their areas of strength and weakness.
SMS@ctive Technologies Corp.
SMS@ctive CEO Featured on MacReport.net
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- SMS@ctive Technologies Corp. (Pink Sheets:SMSE) announced today that its CEO, Arshad Shah, has been interviewed as a featured guest on MacReport.net, a leading financial news and information web site. Visitors to (www.macreport.net) may listen to streamed audio of the interview or view a full transcript at: (http://www.macreport.net/ceo_int/ceoint_asp.asp?symbol=SMSE).
Consent Judgment Acknowledges the Validity and Enforceability of Cytomedix's Knighton Patent
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Cytomedix, Inc. (OTCBB:CYME) today announced that on June 8, 2004, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois entered a consent judgment against 21st Century Wound Care and Advanced Therapy, L.L.C., and its owner, James Gandy. In that consent judgment, 21st Century Wound Care and Mr. Gandy admitted that Cytomedix's Knighton patent, which covers the use of compositions containing platelet releasates for wound healing purposes, is valid and enforceable. The Court declared that 21st Century Wound Care and Gandy had infringed the Knighton Patent and enjoined them, effective immediately and continuing through expiration of the Knighton patent in November 2009, from making, using, offering, or selling within the United States autologous cellular therapies, platelet gel products, or any other processes or products-such as their "P-Gel" formulation-that infringe the claims of the Knighton Patent. The Court's injunction is binding on 21st Century Wound Care and Mr. Gandy, and on those acting in concert or participation with them. The Court retained jurisdiction to enforce its order of judgment.
KMT Acquires Cincinnati Grinding Technology
UPPLANDS VASBY, Sweden, June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- KMT is of the opinion that service and aftermarket have an interesting potential and is, therefore, acquiring the American service company, Cincinnati Grinding Technology (CGT).