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Telvent GIT, S.A., an information technology company, provides real-time products and services to customers in energy, traffic, transport, and environment industries primarily in Europe, North America, Latin America, and China. Its products and services include systems integration, consulting services, design and engineering services, maintenance services, and software. Telvent GIT offers flow systems and services, such as flow measurement applications, applications for leak detection systems, and revenue accounting programs, for oil, gas and electricity markets. Its traffic-related products and services include urban traffic management systems, incident detection, intersection control, and city access management systems. It serves transport industry by providing ticketing systems for railways and public transportation systems, automated toll solutions for highways, and access control and payment systems for parking. It also provides water and wastewater management applications, as well as meteorological information system services and solutions for the environment industry. The company was established in 1963. It was formerly known as Telvent Desarrollos, S.A. and changed its name to Telvent Sistemas y Redes, S.A. in 2001 and to Telvent GIT, S.A. in 2003. Telvent GIT is headquartered in Madrid, Spain. Telvent Git S.A. is a subsidiary of Abengoa, S.A.


Omnicell, Inc. offers solutions for various clinical areas of the healthcare facility, including the central pharmacy, nursing units, operating room, cardiac catheterization lab, and the patient's bedside. Its solutions enable healthcare facilities to acquire, manage, dispense, and administer medications and medical-surgical supplies. The company offers medication and supply dispensing systems that facilitate the distribution of medications and medical-surgical supplies at the point of care; physician order management system, which streamlines communication between nursing and pharmacy staff; and decision support solution that allows healthcare facilities to monitor trends in drug utilization and diversion, as well as provides Web-based procurement application, which automates and integrates healthcare facilities' requisition and approval processes. In addition, Omnicell offers integration services and post-installation technical support. It sells products and related services to a range of healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, integrated delivery networks, and specialty care facilities, which include nursing homes, ambulatory surgery centers, catheterization labs, and outpatient clinics in the United States, as well as markets through distributors in Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. The company was founded in 1992 by Randall A. Lipps under the name Omnicell Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to Omnicell, Inc. in 2001. Omnicell is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Digimarc Corporation supplies secure identity solutions and advanced technologies for use in media management. Its solutions enable governments and businesses worldwide to deter counterfeiting and piracy, enhance traffic safety and national security, combat identity theft and fraud, facilitate voter identification programs, and manage media content. It supplies majority of driver licenses in the United States. Digimarc also owns a portfolio of intellectual property, including a signal processing technology known as digital watermarking, which allows imperceptible digital codes to be embedded in all forms of media content, including personal identification documents, financial instruments, photographs, movies, music, and product packages. The embedded codes within various types of media content can be detected and read by software or hardware detectors in personal computers and other digital devices. Digimarc's major customers comprise government agencies, primarily U.S. state government agencies engaged in the issuance of driver licenses; a consortium of central banks; and national governments of certain foreign countries, as well as others, such as movie studios and music labels, television and radio broadcasters, corporations, and creative professionals. Digimarc was incorporated in 1995 and is based in Beaverton, Oregon.


Adaptec, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and storage products and software that enable organizations to move, manage, and protect data and digital content. Its software and hardware solutions range from application specific integrated circuit and redundant array of independent disk components to external storage arrays; and span small computer system interface (SCSI), serial attached SCSI, serial advanced technology attachment, fibre channel, and Internet protocol SCSI technologies. The company operates through three segments: Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Channel, and Desktop Storage Group (DSG). The OEM and Channel segments provide Snap EDR, a product for business-critical data management, protection, and movement requirements of large distributed enterprises; Host Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) technology that allows customers to leverage the input/output (I/O) components incorporated on their servers to connect them with RAID; Server-to-Server Synchronization software; a storage-virtualization software; Adaptec Storage Manager, which is a single RAID storage management system; the host I/O interfaces; iSCSI/Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Offload Engine designed to enable storage area networks to be deployed using existing Ethernet infrastructure and protocols. The DSG segment offers I/O connectivity products, digital media products, and desktop storage solutions for personal computing platforms. Adaptec sells its products to enterprises, Internet service providers, small and midsize businesses, government agencies, value-added resellers, and retail consumers through OEMs and distribution channel customers worldwide. It has strategic alliances with Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation and ServerEngines LLP. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Milpitas, California.


Concurrent Computer Corporation provides computer and software systems for the video-on-demand and real-time operating systems/productivity tools market. Its on-demand products consist of hardware and software, as well as integration services, sold primarily to broadband companies that have upgraded their networks to support interactive and digital services. These on-demand systems enable broadband telecommunication providers, mainly cable television systems, to stream video content to their digital subscribers with digital set-top boxes or personal computers. The company's real-time products consist of real-time operating systems and diagnostic software tools for use in a multitude of applications requiring low-latency response, such as simulation, image generation, and data acquisition. The company sells its systems through direct field sales and support offices, as well as through value added resellers and systems integrators in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Concurrent Computer Corp., formerly known as Massachusetts Computer Corporation, was founded in 1966. The company is headquartered in Duluth, Georgia.


XATA Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and servicing of onboard fleet management systems for the private fleet segment of the transportation industry in the United States and Canada. The company provides computer systems used by manufacturing, distribution, petroleum, and other operators of trucking fleets. Its products include OpCenter, a Windows-based fleet management system; and XATANET, a Web-based fleet management system. These systems integrate data generated within the truck, as well as data received through global positioning system into either a Windows or Web-based user interface, enabling fleet managers to measure fleet performance, resolve exception conditions, monitor ongoing operations, and perform detailed analysis. XATA markets its products to the Fortune 500 companies and other large organizations through direct sales force, as well as through distribution relationships with truck leasing companies. As of September 30, 2005, the company's systems were installed in approximately 45,000 trucks at approximately 1,000 distribution centers in North America. It has strategic alliance with John Deere Special Technologies Group, Inc. XATA was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Burnsville, Minnesota.