American Predator Changes Company Name To Corvalent
Bold and Strategic Action in it's 14th Year in the Industrial MotherBoard Business
MORGAN HILL, California (02/20/07) ---- American Predator Corporation today announced that they have changed their company name to Corvalent.
American Predator, which has been supplying high-quality, long-life industrial motherboards and embedded systems since 1993 will continue to do so under the new name. The company's headquarters will remain in Morgan Hill, CA.
"The name change to Corvalent is a monumental event in our company history. We look forward to continuing to provide our customers the same consistent products and services that they have come to expect. Now, with our new name we will strongly focus on providing turnkey system solutions," said Ed Trevis, President and CEO. "Re-naming the company to Corvalent will allow us to better continue our global growth, providing board level custom designs, ready to go solutions and integration services for our customers," continued Trevis.
The company also announced a new tagline, which supports the new name: "At the Core of Embedded Computing." Corvalent's new tagline informs customers exactly what the company is focused on: The embedded computing market.
As part of its re-branding effort, the company also launched an enhanced website. The new website includes graphics, intuitive navigation and focuses on Corvalent's ability to offer both board and turnkey system level solutions. The new company logo will reflect Corvalent's continued patriotism by including red, white, and blue.
Founded in 1993, Corvalent (formerly Corvalent Corporation) is a pioneer in the design and manufacturing of long-life motherboards and systems for industrial applications. Corvalent offers designs based on the latest Intel® processors in a full line of form factors. All products carry a five (5) to eight (8) year production guarantee, which reduces redesign and recertification costs and increases profitability.
Corvalent Corporation is an Affiliate Member of the Intel Communications Alliance, a community of communications and embedded developers and solution providers. Intel has been providing silicon with life-cycle management to the embedded market for 30 years. For more information, please visit www.intel.com/go/ica.