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BOSaNOVA Announces Name Change to 10ZiG Technology
BOSaNOVA, Inc., the emerging market leader in development of Thin Clients, Security Solutions, and Network Appliances, today announced their name change to 10ZiG Technology. 10ZiG will continue to offer the same products, which include a wide range of award-winning thin clients, Q3 security encryption products, and System i Connectivity Solutions. No change in ownership, management, or staff has occurred.

“Over the years the BOSaNOVA name has been synonymous with reliability, outstanding support, and quality products,” says Martin Pladgeman, 10ZiG Technology (formerly BOSaNOVA) President. “We’re doing everything possible to make sure the name change is seamless to the end user. They will continue to get the same quality products and top notch support that they have come to expect from us.”

“As we expand in the server-based computing, desktop virtualization and security markets, we wanted to create a fresh brand identity reflective of our company’s core strategy,” comments Jennifer Phillips, Marketing Director, 10ZiG Technology. “Our name now focuses on what we stand for – going above and beyond for our customers. The name 10ZiG comes from Tenzig (also translated Tenzing) Norgay who was the knowledgeable guide who directed Edmund Hillary on the voyage to become the first two people to climb Mt. Everest. We like to think of ourselves as guides within our own market who do everything we can to educate customers. We focus on what we do best, offering quality solutions, personalized attention and great customer support.”

10ZiG (formerly BOSaNOVA) was recently voted by their customers as the #1 vendor in the thin client and workstation market and one of the top three vendors overall on is an independent website where customers vote on their favorite technology vendors. 10ZiG rated highest in many categories including reliability, usability, integrity and customer service.

BOSaNOVA’s new website is The Q3 site – – will not be affected.

Published Thursday, April 30, 2009 6:40 AM by David Marshall
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