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Sciax Technology, Inc.
Richard Wolf GmbH Strengthens Distribution Commitment to Sciax Wolf Pack
BAY CITY, Mich. and TORONTO, May 11, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- UgoMedia Interactive Corp. (Pink Sheets:UGMI) (name change to Sciax Corporation pending) announced today that Richard Wolf GmbH, the Company's distribution partner in Germany, is further strengthening their commitment to sales of the Sciax Wolf Pack system with attendance at GPEC, the 3rd International Exhibition and Conference for Police and Special Equipment in Leipzig, Germany.
Maxus Technology Inc.
Maxus Technology Corporation Announces Conference Call for Investment Community
MORGAN HILL, CALIFORNIA, May 11, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Maxus Technology Corporation, (OTCBB:MXUS) a leading provider of eWaste Recycling/ Asset Recovery, today announced it will conduct its first conference call for the investment community Wednesday, May 12 at 4:15 p.m. EST. The purpose of the call will be to give interested parties a detailed overview of the company and answer questions pertaining to Maxus. The public may participate in this event by calling 1-888-789-0150 preferably 10 minutes prior to the start time of the call.
Power Quality Services More About Increasing Customer Satisfaction Than Profit, Says New Chartwell Report
ATLANTA, May 11, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Power quality services have grown for utilities as a way of providing customers with common-sense, energy-based services. But utilities are not offering these services -- even "for pay" engineering and consulting services -- with profit in mind. Rather, the overriding motivation for offering C&I customers with various power quality services and solutions is purely customer satisfaction, according to Chartwell's latest report, Power Quality Services for C&I Customers.
Meet a New Tough Heroine in New Book
PHOENIX, May 11, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Women will love this tough new heroine in uniform. Meet Sergeant Bev Murphy as she battles terrorists and fights for country in Stanley A. Conley, Jr.'s Bev A Tough Act to Follow.
CDMA Development Group
CDMA2000 Continues to Drive Growth of CDMA Worldwide
COSTA MESA, Calif., May 11, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- The CDMA Development Group (CDG) (www.cdg.org) reported today that CDMA added nearly 13.5 million subscribers in 1Q 2004, reaching 202 million users worldwide. In one year, from March 2003 to 2004, the CDMA subscriber base grew by a record 43 million users, or 31 percent, representing the highest growth for any leading cellular technology, and significantly higher than the 21percent gain for the whole industry. CDMA2000(r) further strengthened its leadership in 3G by adding 13 million users in the quarter to total 86.2 million, including 6.6 million CDMA2000 1xEV-DO users. Over 43 percent of the global CDMA subscriber base has access to CDMA2000 technologies.