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November 8, 1994 | Jack Searles
Parker Hannifin Corp. of Cleveland said it acquired Symetrics Inc., a Newbury Park maker of quick-disconnect couplings for the aerospace industry, for an undisclosed amount of stock. . . . Simi Valley-based MICOM Communications Corp., a supplier of data/voice integration networking systems, agreed with AlphaQuest Inc. of Saratoga to jointly market the two firms' products at trade shows and other marketing events. AlphaQuest provides voice and data communications services. . . .
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November 8, 1994 | Jack Searles
Parker Hannifin Corp. of Cleveland said it acquired Symetrics Inc., a Newbury Park maker of quick-disconnect couplings for the aerospace industry, for an undisclosed amount of stock. . . . Simi Valley-based MICOM Communications Corp., a supplier of data/voice integration networking systems, agreed with AlphaQuest Inc. of Saratoga to jointly market the two firms' products at trade shows and other marketing events. AlphaQuest provides voice and data communications services. . . .
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April 23, 1991 | CAROL WATSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former quality-control supervisor for a high-tech firm in Newbury Park filed suit Monday alleging he was fired because he complained that the company used parts that did not meet Defense Department standards. Richard Vargeson of Camarillo refused to falsify documentation of defective parts that Symetrics Inc. supplied to defense contractors, according to the suit filed in Ventura County Superior Court. Symetrics Inc.
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