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(nō`kēä), town (1996 pop. 26,326), Western Finland prov., SW Finland, on Lake Näsijärvi. It is an industrial community where wood and rubber products are manufactured.
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The opportunity arose when Network Alchemy, a Watford-based technology manufacturer introduced its range of Argent products to us.
Network Alchemy a provider of non-stop infrastructure solutions, has announced that the U.
Clips, WorldStream, Cyber Radio and Network Alchemy.
Created to provide the first Virtual Private Networking (VPN) system for large corporations, such as MasterCard, AT&T and MCI, Network Alchemy has developed a clustering technology.
Lyons has also been an integral part of five successful start-ups, including Solera Networks, IronPort Systems, Network Alchemy, Inktomi Corporation and Space Communications Company.
Chow is a vice president of Network Alchemy, Santa Cruz, Calif.
Jeffries' efforts resulted in significantly increased sales and channel development while building alliances with several Fortune 100 companies and led to the acquisition of Network Alchemy by Nokia for $335 million.
YHOO), Blue Nile (NILE), Crescendo Communications (acquired by Cisco: CSCO), Extreme Networks (EXTR), Forte Software (FRTE), IntruVert Networks (acquired by Network Associates: NWK), LoopNet (LOOP), Modulus Video (acquired by Motorola: MOT), Network Alchemy (acquired by Nokia: NOK), Photobucket (acquired by News Corporation: NWS), SciQuest, Speedera Networks (acquired by Akamai Technologies: AKAM), Starbucks (SBUX), Sygate Technologies (acquired by Symantec: SYMC) and Wall Data (WALL).
Following this success, he founded Network Alchemy, which was sold to Nokia in 2000.
SpliceCom was founded by the management and key personnel behind the two most successful UK voice and data convergence companies of the 1990's - SDX Business Systems and Network Alchemy.
With more than $1 billion under management, Trinity Ventures has invested in over 100 companies, including Extreme Networks, Network Alchemy, Crescendo Communications, Forte Software, Illustra, Blue Nile and Starbucks.
With more than $1 billion under management, Trinity Ventures has invested in over 100 companies, including Jobster, Extreme Networks, Network Alchemy, Crescendo Communications, Forte Software, Illustra, Blue Nile, and Starbucks.

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