emWare Announces Reduction-In-Force, Focuses Resources on Delivering End-To-End Device Networking Solutions
"Device networking is an emerging market," said Michael D. Nelson, CEO and co-founder of emWare. "While many IT industry analysts expect exponential growth over the next three to four years, predicting the timing for this growth is difficult. Many companies made these decisions too late and that is why we are taking proactive, fiscally responsible measures today. Moving forward, emWare will focus on key markets to drive our technology, assuring we remain strong and viable for the long term."
emWare's remaining workforce will focus on delivering end-to-end device networking solutions that leverage its patented technology, existing products and strategic partners, with an emphasis on providing solutions that are more cost-effective and easier to implement. emWare's software unleashes information from everyday devices so these devices can be managed and controlled remotely via the Internet or other wide-area networks.
"emWare is known throughout Utah and the device networking industry for having extremely bright employees. These are outstanding, talented people and we regret to see them go," added Nelson.
About emWare, Inc. emWare(r) helps the world connect and interface with everyday devices, unlocking new information to improve the way people work and live. emWare is the founder of the ETI Alliance-a group of leading technology and service companies that are extending the Internet to everyday devices; especially those made with 8- and 16-bit microcontrollers. Established in May 1996, emWare Inc. is a private company with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah and an office in Munich, Germany. For more information about emWare please visit www.emware.com. emWare is a registered trademark of emWare, Inc.
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