Company and tech news from the region.
SEI Expands Juice Box
Frederick, Md.-based System Engineering International released of seven additional models to its Juice Box product line of IEEE-802.3af Power-over-Ethernet Mid Span Power Hubs. The full product line now includes 12 and 24 port units with either AC or DC input and with or without a WEB/SNMP interface. All Juice Box models are fully compliant with IEEE-802.3af, and require 1U of rack space. Warranty on the Juice Box is a two years with free customer support for that period.
The Juice Box not only reduces power cabling cost and clutter, but also reduces backup power cost and maintenance. With the addition of a single UPS, instead of one for each device, the Juice Box provides centralized backup power to all connected devices, the company said.
Group Logic Ships ExtremeZ-IP Version 3.2
Arlington, Va.-based Group Logic, developer of best-selling network workflow software products, has begun shipping version 3.2 of its ExtremeZ-IP file and print sharing product.
This latest update offers greater stability for high-volume servers, improved utility and diagnostic functions, and a variety of other enhancements and bug fixes.
McVey new Northrop Grumman VP
Herndon-based Northrop Grumman Corp. named Bernard P. McVey Jr. vice president and controller for the company’s Information Technology sector effective Sept. 1.
He will be responsible for the sector’s financial operations, including general accounting, accounts payable and payroll, and ensure compliance with internal control practices and company policies and procedures.
McVey joined Northrop Grumman in 1978 and most recently was vice president and business manager for the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance and Naval Systems division of the company’s Electronic Systems sector.
Gomembers Inc. relocates
Software company Gomembers recently relocated its corporate headquarters from Reston, Va to Herndon, Va.
Gomembers is a provider of software and technology products designed for the meetings and convention industries.
JJ Data Systems releases Personal Information Manager
Haymarket, Va.-based JJ Data Systems, an provider of Web-based information storage and retrieval systems, announced the rollout of Worldsofdata.com, an Internet-based system designed to allow subscribers to access and manage data. The site is a subscription service that charges $12 annually.
Worldsofdata.com is a full service information manager, storing not only names, phone numbers and e-mail addresses, but data that doesn’t normally have a ready made home like medical history, household inventory, insurance records, and warranty information.
Caterer selects New Signature
District-based New Signature said Occasions Caterers, a Washington, D.C., caterer, signed an agreement for desktop and server support services. New Signature will maintain, manage and support Occasions Caterer‚s enterprise information technology infrastructure and mission-critical systems.
New Signature provides IT support (hardware, software, network, server, desktop and security), development (Web site, software and database) and branding (digital and print) services.
WebSurveyor expands marketing team
Herndon, Va.-based WebSurveyor Corp., a provider of do-it-yourself online survey solutions, added Janet Driscoll Miller and Kelly Waffle to its marketing team. They will join WebSurveyor to expand the company’s marketing efforts.
Miller will direct WebSurveyor’s internet presence as director of internet marketing, and Waffle will focus on outbound marketing programs as director of marketing programs.
Prior to WebSurveyor, Miller founded Empower Marketing, an interactive marketing firm based in Denver, Colo. Waffle was director of marketing, North America for CAST Software, a leader in application portfolio management software.
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