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New Business Solutions Inc. to Attend Albany MWBE Forum

Amityville, NY (PRWEB) October 03, 2013

New Business Solutions Inc., a minority and woman owned display manufacturer in New York, will be attending the New York MWBE Forum Oct. 3-4 in Albany.

MWBE provides nationwide services to minority and women businesses to educate, mentor, and help leverage their capabilities to maximize opportunities and promote sustainability.

New Business Solutions Inc. is a Long Island-based company that manufacturers a multifaceted array of retail merchandising solutions, including custom displays, display cases, and retail displays. They specialize in wire/sheet metal and tubular fabrication, injection molding, vacuum forming, plastic fabrication, extrusions, wood fabrication, graphics capabilities, and logistics. They are committed to ensuring they produce a quality solution that meets the client’s individual needs and requirements. Unlike other corporations, where the bottom line is the most important factor in the decision-making process, New Business Solutions Inc.'s most important factor is satisfying the customers.

New Business Solutions Inc. is also active in the community, supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month,cancer research and a member of The Amityville Chamber of Commerce. They also support Hispanic Heritage Month along with Goya, one of their clients. Their staff speaks both English and Spanish to better serve their diverse array of clients.

New Business Solutions Inc. headquarters are located at 31 Sprague Ave. in Amityville, N.Y. For more information, visit their website at, or call them at 631-397-0637.

About the Company:

Over the past 30 years, New Business Solutions has developed into a local and internationally recognized producer of quality point of purchase displays and store fixtures.

NBS utilizes a mixture of traditional craftsmanship and the latest innovative technology to design and create products directly in line with customer specifications. Their sales, engineering, manufacturing, and customer service departments are involved in every step of the project from inception all the way through delivery. NBS produces quality, affordable display and fixture solutions domestically at their corporate headquarters and production facility on Long Island, New York.

New Business Solutions also has global solutions to fit their customers’ needs. With production capabilities in Asia and Europe, NBS has strategic partnerships with several manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, China, Poland and Germany. All production and distribution is monitored by an NBS team of production and quality specialists to ensure that all product specifications are met and followed through in a time sensitive manner.

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US e-Chromic to Present at NRELs Industry Growth Forum

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) October 20, 2012

US e-Chromic is pleased to announce that it is one of thirty clean-tech companies selected to present at the U.S. Department of Energys National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) 25th Industry Growth Forum. The forum will take place October 23 24, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.

US e-Chromic and the other presenting companies were carefully selected from hundreds of candidates through an extensive application and review process. NRELs Industry Growth Forum is the nations premier event for emerging clean energy and energy efficiency technology startups. At the Forum, companies gain valuable exposure to and feedback from venture capitalists, corporate investors, government agencies, and strategic partners. Since 2003, presenting companies have raised more than $ 4 billion in growth financing.

It is an honor for US e-Chromic to present at the NREL Growth Forum, said Loren Burnett, Chief Executive Officer and founder of US e-Chromic. This validates both the potential effectiveness of electrochromic thin film in reducing energy demand as well as the unique technologies and features that US e-Chromic delivers. Patented US e-Chromic reflective electrochromic technology makes it possible for retrofit solution providers to quickly and confidently transform existing windows into energy efficient smart windows.

Burnett will present for US e-Chromic on Wednesday, October 24 as part of an overall agenda that includes company presentations, panel presentations, and networking sessions. US e-Chromic receives advisory support from CleanLaunch, the technology incubator at the Center for Renewable Energy Economic Development at NREL, and through the State Energy Sector Partnership Grant (SESP), awarded through the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment to support entrepreneurs leading pre-revenue companies.

About US e-Chromic

US e-Chromic ( is a Boulder, CO based company dedicated to energy efficiency. It is developing an electrochromic thin film for windows that will reduce air conditioning costs by >25%. It has exclusive rights to technology created and patented by the U.S. National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) that transforms ordinary windows into highly energy efficient smart windows. Because US e-Chromics electrochromic thin film reflects sunlight and its heat on demand, if can be used to retrofit existing windows on a cost effective and environmentally friendly basis.


US e-Chromic

Loren Burnett

CEO and Founder

loren (at) use-chromic (dot) com


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New Literacies, New Learning Theme for The Educational Forum Published by Kappa Delta Pi

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October 30, 2012

In choosing New Literacies, New Learning as the theme for The Educational Forum, a Kappa Delta Pi publication, Dr. Alan Amtzis, Academic Editor, invited Dr. Patricia Paugh to join him to learn the ways in which developments of technology and interactive digital media are augmenting, extending, and amending the traditional functioning of teaching, learning, and education. Dr. Amtzis is Director of the Master of Education Program in Educational Leadership: Instruction for The College of New Jersey. Dr. Paugh is an Associate Professor in the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the University of MassachusettsBoston.

The Educational Forum, vol 76, no. 4 (October-December 2012) explores how learning, and teaching, are changing as a result of the proliferation and availability of digital and computer-based technology. In 1436 Guttenbergs moveable type printing press ushered in the first tidal wave of what might be called New Literacy. Because learning has always been tied to the spoken or written word, memory and recall have been the proof of learning. However, memorization is being replaced by access and retrievability, which are changing the nature of application, depth, and utility.

Kappa Delta Pi is pleased to offer perspectives from senior scholars, essays from K-16 classroom teachers, and current research on New Literacies, New Learning through a themed issue of The Educational Forum, says Dr. Amtzis. Senior scholars Dr. Dana Wilber, Dr. Julie Coiro, Dr. James Paul Gee, Dr. Elena Forzani, and Dr. Donald J. Leu offered overviews of the emergence and future of new literacies. Classroom teachers from elementary school through college education courses submitted essays explaining the uses and effects of new literacies in their classrooms. Titles range from Digital Storytelling: Using Technology to Spark Creativity to Cell Phones Transform a Science Methods Course and from Finding a Voice: Freedom through Digital Literacies to Trust and Mobile Media Use in Schools. Research reports cover adolescent interactions with text across discourses, twitteracy as a new literacy practice, peer collaborations in online inquiry, Hip Hop as a new literacy, and concerns about the paths of new literacies. In her Closing Editorial Statement, Dr. Paugh states that new literacies, while emerging in a digital age, are more than technology; they are practices that lead to new social structures and new ways of being in the world.

The Educational Forum is a doubly masked peer-reviewed academic journal published quarterly to provide thought-provoking, challenging essays, research reports, and featured works designed to stimulate dialogue in education on a worldwide scale. To learn more about The Educational Forum, visit Kappa Delta Pi Publications. To purchase this issue or any of the articles from this issue, visit Taylor & Francis Online.

For more information about Kappa Delta Pi, visit or call KDP Headquarters at 800-284-3167.

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, is a 501 (c) (3) organization established in 1911 to recognize and promote excellence in education, provide a reasoned voice for significant issues, and link learning communities of educators. Through its programs, services, and strategic partnerships, KDP supports the professional growth and teaching practices of educators throughout all phases and levels of their careers. The organization currently has more than 600 chapters and an active membership of 43,000 worldwide.

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Only 10 Business Days Left Until Telematics Detroit 2012 the Largest B2B Forum for the Telematics Community

detroit (PRWEB) May 21, 2012

In only 10 business days, the telematics business leaders will unite at the 12th Annual Telematics Detroit, June 6 7, Novi, MI, for exclusive announcements and cutting edge business intelligence.

Ruthana Foulkes, Project Director for the event commented that With over 1,800 top level industry executives already confirmed to attend (39% from Auto OEMs) Telematics Detroit 2012 is set to be the best forum for networking, crucial business learnings and industry discussions you can attend this year.

The digital automotive, mobile and web industry will converge in Detroit for critical discussions. Expert strategies will be shared by leading executives from Mercedes-Benz, Ford Motor Company, Audi, General Motors, the Department of Transportation, Facebook, Toyota, Nissan, Kia, Progressive, Allstate Insurance and more. With over 100 expert telematics speakers confirmed, the 12th annual Telematics Detroit is already surpassing all previous records.

Telematics Detroit provides the technical, strategic and commercial solutions businesses require to stay ahead of the industry curve. An independently researched program and a world renowned collection of top-notch speakers will ensure your business is on track to dominate the new decade.

NOW is the time to solve crucial challenges and conquer industry milestones.

Take a look at some of the key discussion points:


Lead Generation Company, Televerde, to Present B2B Marketing Strategies at Energy Solutions Center Tech & Market Assessment Forum

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 09, 2012

Lead generation company, Televerde, will be presenting a session on sales pipeline development solutions at the upcoming Energy Solutions Center Tech & Market Assessment Forum in Houston, Texas on February 24, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. The event is sponsored by the Energy Solutions Center, Inc., a nonprofit organization of energy utilities and equipment manufacturers that promotes energy efficient natural gas solutions and systems for use by residential, commercial and industrial energy users.

Bryan Ehrenfreund, Televerdes vice president, digital strategies, will present Digital Nurture Programs, Lead Generation & Social Media Success Stories. The presentation will provide a wide range of pertinent information on sales pipeline development, including:

13Jun/110 Adds Official Amigo Linux Forum Adds Official Amigo Linux Forum

(PRWEB) September 17, 2004 is proud to announce that it will now host the official forum for Amigo Linux (href=, increasing its total number of participating distributions to eighteen.

"I chose as a home for the Amigo linux Forum because of the friendly user base at LQ. The forums are well moderated and the design makes for easy use. The LQ linux forums are the best around.", said Gilbert Ashley, the Amigo linux developer.

About AMIGO Linux:

AMIGO Linux is one of the easiest ways yet to run Linux. Just unzip on a FAT partition and boot. No installation needed! The first time Amigo runs it will quickly detect your system's hardware and configure itself. Pre-installed GUI desktop and power-user let you get right to work. No configuration needed! Easiest way yet to install a Slackware-compatible distro. Small (+200MB), fast distro is nearly as easy to use as a 'live-CD Linux' but without the disadvantages. Runs with as little as 16MB RAM! This is Low-Fat Linux at its' best.

About ( is a free, friendly and active Linux Community with over 130,000 members and over 1,100,000 posts. Founded in 2000 LQ offers forums, reviews, a Linux hardware compatibility list, a Linux knowledge base in wiki format, Linux tutorials, a free Linux download site and more. LQ has forums for everything from Linux Newbies to Linux in the Enterprise and has over 15 officially recognized Linux distribution forums.

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West Texas Nanotechnology Forum to Highlight Region’s Newest Technologies

West Texas Nanotechnology Forum to Highlight Region's Newest Technologies

(PRWEB) March 12, 2005

The Office of Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property of the Texas Tech University System, along with Texas Nanotechnology Initiative, Texas Tech University College of Engineering, Lubbock Regional BioScience Initiative, Texas Healthcare and Bioscience Institute and Technopolis Xchange, will host a nanotechnology forum in April to showcase the region’s most promising available technologies for commercialization.

The West Texas Nanotechnology Forum, to be held April 19 at Texas Tech University, United Spirit Arena, will feature eight of the region’s best nanotechnology prospects for venture capital investment. The technology, ranging from bulk explosives production and controllability to semiconductor nanowires development, extends through several colleges and departments and is coordinated primarily through the Nano Tech Center through the College of Engineering. Other areas include a focus on bioengineering and the application of nanotechnology in the healthcare industries.

“The caliber of research and development and intellectual property at Texas Tech is world-class in its quality and depth,” said Lance Anderson, director of the Office of Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property of the Texas Tech University System. “We are excited to be co-hosting this year’s conference and look forward to discussing our emerging nanotechnologies and our position in Texas’ pursuit to become a leader in the nanotech industry.”

Scheduled keynoters include Gary Pankonien, president of WesTech Ventures who has over 30 years experience founding, building and managing high tech companies, both public and private, and Jerry Keys, an intellectual property and technology attorney and shareholder in the Austin office of Winstead Sechrest & Minick P.C.

"This is an exceptional opportunity to bring together academia, and industry, and venture capital investors," explains Dale Gannaway, said Dale Gannaway, director of Lubbock Regional BioScience Initiative. "In striving to help spin technologies from our institutions, we anticipate the opportunities that the forum presents will be valuable to all who attend."

The West Texas Nanotechnology Forum is sponsored by Emergent Technologies, Bayer CropScience and FiberMax, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc., BlabberMouth PR, and McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf, L.L.P.

For more information about the West Texas Nanotechnology Forum, please call LeeAnn Richardson at 806-723-8246.

About Office of Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property of the Texas Tech University System

The mission of the Office of Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property (OTTIP) is to manage the Intellectual Property of the Texas Tech University System and assure that the technology developed by the System benefits the public and generates income to support the research and education missions of the System and rewards and encourages the recruiting and retention of creative faculty.

For more information, please visit or contact Lance Anderson at 806.742.4105.


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KPA EtherCAT® at Freescale Technology Forum 2010 - Orlando, FL

Feucht, Germany (PRWEB) June 15, 2010

Koenig Prozessautomatisierungs GmbH (KPA) announces support for Freescale Semiconductor processors based on Power Architecture® technology in its EtherCAT Master and Slave stacks. Freescale processors based on Power Architecture technology have been a prominent CPU architecture for embedded applications in factory automation, process control and motion industries. “The KPA EtherCAT stacks are a natural fit in performance for the Power Architecture products”, said Mr. Gerhard Spiegel, Manager at KPA.

Operation of the KPA EtherCAT master will be demonstrated while it is interacting with a KPA EtherCAT slave both running on Power Architecture processors at the Forum in Orlando this month. The master stack works with QNX Neutrino® RTOS, running on a QorIQTM P2 platform processor. The slave stack runs with QNX on a PowerQUICC® processor along with a KPA EtherCAT PCI card. The KPA EtherCAT Studio (EtherCAT configuration and diagnostics tool) is used for configuration and monitoring of network activities.

“Freescale Semiconductor has long served the industrial control and networking market, and we work closely with industrial solution providers such as KPA to provide seamless solutions for these applications”, said Alexandra Dopplinger, Global Industrial Segment Lead, Freescale Semiconductor. “We are delighted to feature KPA-enabled EtherCAT demos and sessions at our Freescale Technology Forum in Orlando.”

About KPA

KOENIG Prozessautomatisierungs GmbH (KPA) is a leading provider of EtherCAT protocol stacks and software tools worldwide. It was established in 1986 in Feucht, Germany and has been providing engineering services and products for process automation industries since inception. KPA joined the EtherCAT Technology Group (ETG) in 2004 and since then it has been focusing on products and services for the EtherCAT technology. KPA Partners Include: RADIC Technologies, Inc. (USA), easiTEC S.r.l. (Italy), Steinhoff (Germany). Visutech System (Belarus).


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Industriestr. 69, 90537 Feucht, Germany

Tel +49 (0)9128 725 652

Fax +49 (0)9128 725 407


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AurumTech MarketPlace launches Information Technology Research and Procurement MarketPlace with an Online RFP (Request for Proposal) and RFI (Request for Information) Forum.

AurumTech MarketPlace launches Information Technology Research and Procurement MarketPlace with an Online RFP (Request for Proposal) and RFI (Request for Information) Forum.

(PRWEB) August 11, 2003

AurumTech MarketPlace: Information Technology Research and Procurement

(PRWEB) August, 2003 -- AurumTech MarketPlace is a comprehensive and extensive web-based data repository, forum and decision-support tool for objective and unbiased analysis, research and evaluation of IT solutions and services.

AurumTech MarketPlace brings together Buyers and Sellers in Enterprise Application Software and IT Solutions.

The IT Research and Procurement MarketPlace features an Online RFP (Request for Proposal) and RFI (Request for Information) Forum. The Online Forum is complemented by an extensive IT Research Directory which has powerful and advanced query, search and navigation capabilities, built upon an online data repository which has over 20,000 IT solutions, technology and solutions providers, products and services across hundreds of business and industry links. And it's continually expanding.

IT Executives can post RFP's and RFI's using AurumTech's online, fully-automated RFP / RFI Forum, securely and privately. The Online Procurement MarketPlace has over 11,000 specific IT, Business and Industry functions and categories to ensure that the RFP covers their specific requirements. Their personal contact information is never shared with companies and solutions providers responding to their RFP's. AurumTech MarketPlace will deliver all responses to their RFP's directly to the RFP submitters on a weekly basis.

Benefits of AurumTech MarketPlace:

This service is of tremendous value to Information Technology Professionals and Executives - CEO's CTO's, CIO's and COO's who are under constantly looking for opportunities to reduce technology costs, maximize productivity and returns given the pressure and demands of the current business environment.

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World’s Largest Notebook Computer Forum Nears Fifty Thousand Registered Members

World's Largest Notebook Computer Forum Nears Fifty Thousand Registered Members

(PRWEB) June 30, 2005

Adam Alter didn't set out to create the industry leader. An avid computer gamer himself, he started a site three years ago that sold notebook computers so powerful that they could be desktop replacements for gamers and business people and anyone else who just wanted a neater desk. When he realized that there was no good place where notebook shoppers could go for unbiased advice, was born. While it began with a main focus on Sager laptops - the brand Alter still sells - the site grew quickly, and sections were added for most notebook brands. "These Forums are all about our members," Alter says. "They built them, they moderate them, and they are the ones who give the advice. With more than forty thousand members, our bank of information is pretty amazing."

From inception, it was important to Alter that his site be unbiased. "Sager is the first Forum on the list, but that is the only help we give it. What people learn on our Forums is there are some very powerful notebooks available now that are much cheaper and often better than the big brand names like IBM and Dell. We open their eyes." And he does it at his own expense. "I don't like to visit sites with banner ads flashing in my face," he says. "That's why we don't take advertising. Our members like the free, no-pressure atmosphere."

The rise of Austin-based is part of a larger trend in the computer industry as the Internet comes of age. Notebooks outsold desktop computers for the first time in May, with notebooks making up 53.3% of personal computer sales, up from 45.9% a year ago, according to industry experts Current Analysis of San Diego. With more and more restaurants, neighborhoods, and even whole cities providing wireless Internet access, people are learning that they can take their computers almost anywhere.

There is another story here too, Alter says. "It's about the way people shop today. It used to be that people had to use advertising to find the best products, but with the rise of Internet forums they have a much broader range of choices. Some of the most cutting-edge brands, like Sager, hardly advertise at all, but they rely on forums like ours to get the word out. Our members are sharp and nothing gets past them. If a product doesn't perform they say so, and if something is good they say that too, and they give each other advice about details of each computer so every shopper gets exactly what he needs. It puts little companies in a league with the big guys, and it gives every shopper the chance to shop like an expert."

Alter has big ambitions for "The notebook forums are really only a small part of the whole package we are putting together to build the ultimate source for notebook information and discussion. I want the Forums to be a place so well done that the volunteer moderators wouldn't think twice about declaring their participation and moderation experience on their resume."


Adam Alter

Strafe Right LLC


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