AverStar

AverStar

(company)
The US software engineering company that developed Hal, under their former name, "Intermetrics". Other products include CS-4, Red, Mwave Developers Toolkit (multimedia for IBM PC), cross-compilers for C and C++; Ada '83, Ada 95, and SAMeDL. AverStar also supply client/server systems; custom software applications and turnkey systems; independent verification and validation; CAE integration technology; languages and compilers: Ada, C, C++, HDLs (MHDL), Modula, SPL/1.

Address: Intermetrics, Inc., 733 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA. Telephone: +1 (617) 661 1840. Fax: +1 (617) 868 2843.

Address: 7918 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, Va 22102, USA. Telephone: +1 (703) 827-2606. Fax: +1 (703) 827-5560.

Also Houston, TX, Huntington Beach, CA, Warminster, PA, and others.

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He was also previously the president of AverStar, Inc.
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All financial information for 1999 has been restated to reflect the acquisitions of both AverStar and Advanced Communication Systems (ACS) in 2000, which were accounted for as poolings of interests.
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and then for Titan Systems Corporation, after AverStar was acquired by Titan.
Prior to joining Ember, D'Ambrosio was vice president and director of finance, administration and human resources for AverStar, the $200 million IT services subsidiary of L-3 Communications - Titan Group.
All historical financial information has been restated to reflect the AverStar acquisition and the acquisition of Advanced Communication Systems (ACS) which closed in the first quarter of fiscal 2000 and which was also accounted for as a pooling of interests.
Prior to that, Bob spent nine years as Controller and subsequently Vice President of Finance at AverStar, and eleven years at Textron in various accounting and finance roles.
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The closing of the transaction followed a vote by AverStar shareholders approving the transaction.