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August 26, 1998 | P.J. Huffstutter
Syzygy Network Solutions, an Orange-based maker of custom cabling and network services for corporations, said Tuesday it has received a contract to provide services for Irvine-based Bax Global, a provider of transportation services. Financial terms were not disclosed. In an effort to make Bax's in-house communications system more efficient, Syzygy plans to create a new cabling system for the freight firm's voice and data network at its facility near Los Angeles International Airport.
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February 1, 1999 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Continuing to broaden its customer base, Syzygy Network Solutions recently completed a $375,000 contract to help retrofit the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills with a high-speed cable network. The network, which covers administrative areas as well as guest and meeting rooms, is designed to help guests get online at lightning speed. The hotel industry is amping up its connection to the Internet to accommodate the growing number of guests demanding a high-speed online link.
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BUSINESS
February 1, 1999 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Continuing to broaden its customer base, Syzygy Network Solutions recently completed a $375,000 contract to help retrofit the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills with a high-speed cable network. The network, which covers administrative areas as well as guest and meeting rooms, is designed to help guests get online at lightning speed. The hotel industry is amping up its connection to the Internet to accommodate the growing number of guests demanding a high-speed online link.
BUSINESS
August 26, 1998 | P.J. Huffstutter
Syzygy Network Solutions, an Orange-based maker of custom cabling and network services for corporations, said Tuesday it has received a contract to provide services for Irvine-based Bax Global, a provider of transportation services. Financial terms were not disclosed. In an effort to make Bax's in-house communications system more efficient, Syzygy plans to create a new cabling system for the freight firm's voice and data network at its facility near Los Angeles International Airport.
BUSINESS
August 27, 1999
Tom Thomas, chairman and chief executive officer of Vantive Corp., has been named to the board of Odetics Inc., Anaheim-based supplier of communications equipment. He succeeds Leo Wexler, who retired after serving more than 30 years as a director. Wexler has been a private investor since retiring as secretary and treasurer of Silverman & Wexler Inc., a food-processing corporation. * A.
BUSINESS
November 29, 1998
Russell Stern has been named senior vice president of strategic business development, marketing and sales for Western Digital Corp. in Irvine. He was previously senior vice president of research and development for the personal storage division. His successor is Steve Campbell, who was most recently head of desktop engineering. In addition, Chris Hamlin has joined the company as vice president of new technologies, and chief technology officer.
BUSINESS
January 31, 1999
* Jon H. Sasaki has joined the Southern California division of Richmond American Homes in Irvine as senior vice president of finance. He was previously vice president and corporate controller at Shapell Industries. * Jeffry K. Weinhuff has been named president of EPS Solutions Corp. in Costa Mesa. David J. Losito was appointed executive vice president of corporate development. Both were formerly with Jefferies & Co. Inc.
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