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Longview Texas, 2016-Jun-07 — /EPR TELECOM NEWS/ — Chrimar Holding Company, LLC today announced that sixteen (16) technology companies and/or certain divisions within these companies have entered into non-exclusive licenses for certain equipment under certain Chrimar patents including certain Power over Ethernet (PoE) equipment designed for deployment within a BaseT Ethernet network, ten (10) of the new licensees include:

– Allied Telesis, Inc.
– Black Box Corporation
– Buffalo Inc.
– Edimax Technology Co. Limited
– Keyscan Inc.
– Korenix USA Corporation
– Moxa Inc. & Moxa Americas Inc.
– Phihong USA Corporation
– Transition Networks Inc.
– Tycon Systems Inc.

”We are very pleased to see that the trend of taking licenses for this critical technology is continuing to increase, with the number of licensees totaling twenty-five (25)” said John F. Austermann III, President & CEO of Chrimar.

Chrimar was the first company to employ DC current within a BaseT network in the early 1990s and has received a number of US patents for this very important technology. Chrimar continues to market its EtherLock™ family of products for asset control, management and security. The Chrimar portfolio includes US patents numbers 7,457,250, 8,155,012, 8,902,760, 8,942,107, 9,019,838 and 9,049,019.

Chrimar Contacts:

Amanda N. Barnes, 903-500-2021
John F. Austermann III, 248-478-4400

Steve Dawson, CHC, 911 NW Loop 281, Suite 211-30, Longview, TX 75604, 248-770-5780

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Waveform Technology will freeze colocation prices during 2009 to help Michigan companies in the struggling economic climate

Troy based data center operator Waveform Technology today announced a price freeze for all colocation customers in its Michigan Data Center. This price freeze is intended to help IT companies in Michigan, and all over the country, who are struggling in the current economic climate.

Waveform Technology will commit to maintaining its 2008 colocation prices through 2009. Current Waveform customers will not see their rates go up, and new customers will have access to the current 2008 prices.

Steady prices will give information technology companies a better ability to plan projects. Waveform Technology also hopes to help boost the Michigan technology economy by providing reliable and affordable colocation to area business.

“It’s much easier for companies to budget technology resources if they’re aware of the cost beforehand,” said Waveform Representative Noel Montales. “We never want to surprise our customers by changing our rates, and we want to insure them that we won’t. Waveform is committed to providing affordable colocation to Michigan businesses of all sizes, and we won’t let a recession change that.”

Waveform Technology has never raised its price for 1u, customer owned colocation. Waveform had not intended to raise prices in 2009, and has made the price freeze public in order to reassure both current and potential customers.

“We view our price freeze as an investment for the future,” continued Mr. Montales, “anything we can do to help the companies who need our services is worthwhile.”

About Waveform Technology
Waveform Technology is a Michigan based data center operator and Metro Ethernet provider. Waveform offers Internet services in Southeast Michigan, utilizing a 400 mile fiber network and the Troy Data Center is a world-class facility that provides colocation for tenants of all sizes. Waveform Technology is a privately held company in operation sense 1992. More information is available at http://www.michigan-colocation.com or 248-784-7000.


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