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Woody Hobbs, president and chief executive office of Phoenix Technologies, said, "Our solutions allow PC manufacturers to ensure their computers deliver superior manageability, reliability and security while reducing time-to-market for new products.
Young, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Phoenix, called the relationship "an important step in our growth strategy in two key ways.
The initial order of battery pack systems, valued at $1,040,000, is scheduled for delivery to Phoenix in February and March 2007, and additional shipments of increasing value are planned throughout the 2007 calendar year.
Prior to joining Phoenix, Hobbs most recently served as President and CEO of Intellisync Corporation from 2002 until the company's acquisition by Nokia in February 2006.
Helio Solutions, a premier technology integrator and data center solutions provider for all-sized companies, ranging from technology-centric small businesses to Fortune 1000 companies, is the 500th member of the Phoenix Trusted Partner Network program.
Over the past 15 years, Briddell strategically assembled the current team of Phoenix turnaround experts, and expanded the firm's service offerings based on his team's in-depth experience with middle market companies in transition.
E[acute accent]- Collaboration Makes Phoenix the First Insurer to Offer S&P's Sector Rotation Knowledge and Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) in Variable Products -
HOUSTON -- Today, VMETRO expanded the popular Phoenix VXS family of innovative products designed to enable system solutions for real-time multi-processors with high-speed serial communications.
With the launch of its new Lifetime GMWB riders, Phoenix is one of a select group to offer a full suite of living benefits, including traditional GMWB, GMIB (Guaranteed Minimum Income Benefit) and GMAB (Guaranteed Minimum Accumulation Benefit) riders.