Corvalent #16 on the Austin Business Journal's Fast 50
Austin, TX, October 19, 2012 – Corvalent, the only embedded computing design and manufacturing provider to deliver ten years product longevity, was ranked #16 on theAustin Business Journal's Fast 50 listing of the fastest growing private companies in Central Texas with revenue over $10M annually. Corvalent demonstrated revenue growth of 35.8% over the past three years.
"We are honored to be included in the Austin Business Journal's Fast 50 and listed among the area's fastest growing private companies," said Ed Trevis, president and chief executive officer of Corvalent. "We are proud to be an Austin area-based company and included with these other impressive local companies. Since relocating to Cedar Park three and a half years ago from the Silicon Valley, we have grown exponentially while reducing our operating costs. We look forward to continuing this trend for many years to come."
Founded in 1993, Corvalent is the only embedded computing design and manufacturing provider to deliver long-life products, long-term cost savings and lasting relationships with customers, partners and employees. Corvalent is the only provider to deliver ten year product longevity. Corvalent’s x86 platform has a proven track record of providing robust Intel-based solutions for industrial applications, including oil and gas, industrial automation, defense/military, automotive, mobile/rugged, security and surveillance, and medical applications. As a single source delivering industrial design through full-scale manufacturing, Corvalent offers flexibility and growth through turnkey solutions, including rack mounted systems, mobile/handheld devices, embedded motherboards, embedded systems, and industrial display systems.