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electrograph

[i′lek·trə‚graf]
(communications)
Facsimile transmission equipment.
(engineering)
Any plot, graph, or tracing produced by the action of an electric current on prepared sensitized paper (or other chart material) or by means of an electrically controlled stylus or pen.
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Strategically, the deal is a home run; just eleven months ago Electrograph was a $160 million (revenue) company and this moves us significantly closer to our goal of being a billion-dollar distributor.
The RevolutionHD line will be available exclusively from Electrograph in Q4 2006.
Electrograph also recently introduced the DTS 25, the world's first 25" SXGA Plasma Display Monitor with full motion video capability.
For the first time in the USA, Electrograph will show 3D gaming applications with the Philips 3D Solutions WOWvx 42" LCD display.
With new partnerships continually underway and fresh products added to the line card on a regular basis, Electrograph is well-positioned as the distributor of choice in the explosive digital signage market.
Electrograph is the first US distributor to offer the Philips 3D Solution 42-3D6W02/00 display for digital signage and other commercial uses.
We've listened to our customers in round tables and through our sales organization and one constant theme is the need for high quality service providers in the marketplace," explained Sam Taylor, president of Electrograph Systems, Inc.
8-12 and the Electrograph booth (#323) at CEDIA Expo 2006, Denver, Colorado, Sept.
Electrograph will use the proceeds of the financing to refinance existing debt, support the company's acquisition of ICG, and meet its future working-capital and general corporate needs.
Mary's Hospital, UK) and cardiologists from Canada and France draw on electrographs done during AF ablation procedures (in major and less commonly involved structures) to view the phases of the procedure for persistent AF.