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paragon

[′par·ə‚gän]
(lapidary)
A perfect diamond whose mass is equal to or greater than 100 carats (20 grams).

Paragon

Mark Sherman. IEEE Software (Nov 1991).
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Eastern has also agreed to enable Paragon to obtain immediate operating capital pending the evaluation of plans, and the related capital requirements, to improve the financial results of Paragon.
Paragon Wireless delivers customizable, cost-effective VoWLAN handsets and solutions, which are readily deployable with a user-friendly interface.
Ross diverted Paragon assets to repay a personal loan they had taken out to provide initial capital for Paragon in 1988 and, in 1989 and 1990, caused Paragon to make interest payments on the loan, (2) in 1992 L.
Paul Danner, Acting Chairman of Paragon Financial Corporation, said, "NewMarket Technology has developed an innovative plan to independently list regional operating subsidiaries to support aggressive emerging technology growth in a manner that maximizes shareholder return on investment.
Paragon Solutions, a division of Paragon Computer Professionals, is a management and technology consulting firm that specializes in helping clients leverage information assets for better business results.
Paragon Financial shareholders and interested investors are encouraged to attend the NewMarket Technology Annual Town Hall December 7th in New Orleans to learn more about the Company's business plan, review 2006 performance and plans to continue rapid growth into next year with a forecasted $120 million in profitable annual revenue for 2007.
Paragon IP's primary focus has been the acquisition and re-design of the revolutionary Biflex bistable stent, the world's first balloon-expandable crush-resistant stent.
Paragon Airheater Technologies owns several patented brands for airheater upgrades and maintenance, including DuraMax(TM) and DuraFlex(TM) high-performance seals, DuraShield(TM) technology for basketed elements, DuraPro(TM) technical services, and their DuraCare(TM) maintenance and inspections program.
Shankar, who joins Paragon from Glemser Technologies Corporation, has a career that spans a decade of working in the analysis and implementation of content management methodologies.
O'Conner brings with him a prestigious lineage of experience in conducting corporate financial transactions for over a quarter century," says John Busic, CEO of Paragon.
End user's require easy to use and reliable backup that provides them the same type of fast recovery and security as they see in their workplaces," said Konstantin Komarov, CEO of Paragon Software Group.