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CHICAGO -- Just three years after its introduction in mid-2003, the Nissan Quest minivan has undergone a major transformation for the 2007 model year -- complete with a redesigned interior, refined exterior appearance, new high-quality materials and attention to detail, and an array of new available features including Bluetooth(R) Hands-Free Phone System and an in-dash CD6 with MP3 playback and auxiliary audio input.
Quest also remains one of the roomiest front-wheel drive minivans in its segment, with the widest opening doors for easy access to the standard Fold-Away 2nd and 3rd row seats.
Buettner has conducted Quests investigating such mysteries as the decline of the Maya civilization in Central America, human origins and animal extinction in Africa, and the origins and extinction threats to the diverse indigenous species of the Galapagos Islands.
By adding the Quests to our everyday lesson plans, we have seen students become more engaged and energized by the process of learning and exchanging ideas," said Adele Beauchene, 7th grade teacher from Nevada Middle School in Nevada, Iowa.
Red Energy wanted a cross-platform solution that supported its Unix and Linux environments, but also made optimal use of its Microsoft Active Directory environment," said Dave Wilson, vice president, Identity Management, Quest Software.
With more than 45 million Active Directory user accounts being managed by Quest products, the company has developed tremendous depth of experience in solving directory management challenges.
Compliance with regulatory legislation is a non-negotiable requirement faced by organizations worldwide," said Doug Davis, director of product management, Quest Software.
Note to Editors: Quest and Quest Software are registered trademarks of Quest Software Inc.
Many customers are surprised when their newly-deployed J2EE applications perform far below everyone's expectations, resulting in lost revenue and increased resource costs," said John Newsom, vice president of application performance management solutions, Quest Software.
recently acquired by Quest Software, is a leader in J2EE Performance Assurance.