Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) March 15, 2006
CollabWorx announces that it has relocated its corporate headquarters to the Syracuse Technology Garden in Syracuse, NY. CollabWorx issued the following statement about the relocation decision:
“Moving our corporate headquarters to the Syracuse Technology Garden (STG) is essential for a number of reasons. The Garden has state of the art facilities in the heart of downtown Syracuse. This will enable CollabWorx to retain and attract an excellent management and technical team to support our anticipated growth as well as provide access to audio/videoconferencing rooms and meeting auditorium. We are now well equipped to demonstrate and showcase our fully immersive collaboration product suite in a highly professional environment.”
CollabWorx flagship product’s (SRTC 3.0) strengths include: a complete synchronous multipoint collaboration toolset using our patented event-based logic for data sharing; Single Sign On to integrated asynchronous resources; one-click escalation from Instant Messaging to multi-user audio/video and data conferencing; fully transparent end-to-end security eliminating need for Virtual Private Networks; excellent scalability due to the absence of server-based encryption/decryption; automated firewall traversal; superior multipoint video using a fraction of the bandwidth required by competitors’ solutions; extensibility allowing added sharing of complex data such as maps, imagery, media viewers, and 2D/3D models; embedding in portals, Learning and Content Management Systems and other web applications.
Founded in 2000, CollabWorx is a developer of cutting-edge enterprise-class real-time collaboration solutions. Its products are available as hosted services, subscriptions, or perpetual licenses. They are also licensed to OEMs and ASPs, where they are either embedded into their applications such as Computer Associates CleverPath Portal or the US Army’s Combined Arms Support Command (Logistics) Portal or are provided as a standalone application. CollabWorx SRTC 3.0 is the only Web-based rich media (audio/video) collaboration solution to successfully pass the rigors of the DoD Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP) and receive full Authority to Operate (ATO) on the U. S. Army’s network. The Army Training Support Center (ATSC) in Ft. Eustis, VA manages the application for Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). The Company’s customers include Computer Associates, Sprint, SAIC, CSC, Omega Training, GIST, H-P, C2TI, Raytheon, PEC and Metronet, as well as end-users such as NASA, the US Army, and universities.
The Syracuse Technology Garden was created in response to the Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce’s Entrepreneurial Council’s commitment to building a community that understands and supports entrepreneurial activity. It opened in December 2004. The Garden’s mission is to stimulate technological creativity and foster entrepreneurial activity in Syracuse and the Central New York region. Technology entrepreneurs in the early stages of development may locate their business at the Garden at 235 Harrison Street. The Garden also hosts educational events, seminars, panel discussions and workshops geared toward educating entrepreneurs and to help entrepreneurs connect with other technology innovators, business leaders, and the investment community. Each suite at the Garden is equipped with voice and data connections. The Garden also includes an auditorium for boardroom style meetings or multimedia presentations, conference rooms with mobile video-conferencing equipment, Resource Center offering online and printed reference materials, and broadband Internet access. More information at http://www.GrowSyracuse.com
The Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce is the largest business organization in Central New York with over 2200 company members with a collective workforce of nearly 140,000 employees. The Chamber’s mission is to create an economic climate that enhances growth, prosperity and the quality of life for all who live and work in Greater Syracuse.
CollabWorx Press Contact: Anthony Sklaney; Phone: 315-243-8852
Syracuse Technology Garden Press Contact: Bob McLean; Phone: 315-474-0910
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