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AMHERST, NH — Auriga Inc., an American-Russian provider of offshore, offsite, and onshore software development services, will exhibit its new security device at the first Partnerships for Prosperity & Security exhibition and conference to be held in Philadelphia, PA, November 5-6, 2003.
Auriga will demonstrate in Philadelphia its Remote Monitoring and
Control Station RMCS-L16S/01 - a security device that allows to remotely
control embedded or industrial computers, boards, or systems in a lab or
in a production environment. This device has passed a highly-competitive
selection process to be exhibited at the conference along with other
innovative technologies in areas including Energy, Nanotechnology and
Advanced Materials, Biometrics, Information Technology.
"RMCS-L16S/01 has enabled Auriga to deliver higher software solutions quality for our embedded systems clients while improving our development process efficiency and security," said Yuri Kirkel, Vice President of Engineering at Auriga. "Our commercial release of this product will allow other companies with remote systems to achieve similar results."
Partnerships for Prosperity & Security will feature 100 ready-to-commercialize technologies from leading institutes and private companies in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. It will also provide presentations of distinguished U.S. government officials and industry leaders on governmental programs designed to increase business partnerships with firms in these countries. The event is organized by the U.S. Industry Coalition (USIC), a non-profit association for nonproliferation efforts with the former Soviet Union and the National Industry Coalition (NIC), USIC's partner organization in Russia. The event is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.
"Russia'’s dynamically evolving technology industry offers U.S. government and business organizations access to new highly innovative technologies," said Slav Lerner, Director of Client Relationship, who will represent Auriga in Philadelphia. "We are exited to participate in such a comprehensive event which will stimulate the growth in business between U.S. and Russia."
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