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BuyMusic.com Names Elizabeth Brooks as Vice President, Marketing
ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Sept. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- BuyMusic.com, the world's largest legal music download store for PC users, today announced the appointment of Elizabeth Brooks as Vice President, Marketing. Brooks was most recently the Vice President of Creative for BMG Music Publishing and, prior to that, the Vice President of Marketing for Napster, Inc.
Infineon Technologies Licenses ParthusCeva's TeakLite DSP Core
SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- ParthusCeva, Inc. (Nasdaq:PCVA) (LSE:PCV), the leading licensor of Digital Signal Processor (DSP) cores and solutions to the semiconductor industry, announced today that ParthusCeva's TeakLite(R) DSP core is powering Infineon Technologies' latest single-chip GSM/GPRS wireless baseband controller, the S-GOLDlite(TM). Infineon's licensing of the TeakLite DSP core for its next generation GSM/GPRS baseband builds on many years of successful use of ParthusCeva's earlier DSP core, OAKDSP(R), which Infineon had deployed to power previous 2G and 2.5G wireless and wireline communications products. For the S-GOLDlite(TM) wireless baseband controller, Infineon has combined ParthusCeva's TeakLite DSP core with the ARM926(TM) microprocessor in a highly optimized single-chip solution delivering full GPRS class-12 support and high-performance multimedia capabilities.
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WallSt.net Interviews President and CEO of Medifast Inc., Chairman and CEO of Ediets.com, and CEO of Gateway Distributors Ltd.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Bradley McDonald, President and CEO of Medifast Inc. (AMEX:MED) discussed the company's 20-year history as a "leader in medical meal replacement products." He also detailed Medifast's "robust print campaign," and the return they've gotten as a result of it. McDonald outlined the size of the industry, his company's competitors, and where Medifast stacks up. He also discussed the company's current run-rate, and gave future projections for revenues for the next several years. Other topics that McDonald covered were his company's acquisitions, and their five year outlook.
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Exclusive Wallst.net Interviews with CEO of CMGI Inc., CEO of Green Dolphin Systems Corp., and CEO of Expeditors International of Washington Inc.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- George McMillan, President and CEO of CMGI Inc. (Nasdaq:CMGI) discussed his company's transformation from an internet incubator to what it has become today. He also covered the company's two major components, and their venture capital arm. "Our general message is to be patient, work the business carefully, and set realistic expectations," McMillan told www.wallst.net. "If we can do the three things well, the combination could bode well for the continuous, gradual recovery of the company." Other topics McMillan covered were the rebound in CMGI's stock, industry size, the company's re-listing on the Nasdaq National Market, and detailed explanations of CMGI's core focuses.
KDS USA Unveils Affordable Pair of 17-Inch 'Pure Flat' Desktop Displays
GARDEN GROVE, Calif., Sept. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- KDS USA, a leading provider of monitors and computer peripherals, today introduced its new pair of Xtreme Flat 'pure flat' desktop displays. The 17-inch XF-7i (available in cool grey) and XF-7bk (available in black) CRT monitors afford consumers sharp and crisp images for high-end graphics, gaming, business and everyday computing applications.