December 20th, 2010 by Andrew Pakula
Greetings of the Season
A Joyous Salute!
It’s the time of year that best lends itself to reflect upon the past 12 months. It has been a very invigorating and thriving year as we cap it off by celebrating our 20th anniversary.
At this time our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible. We sincerely appreciate the goodwill of those we serve.
From all of the staff at Stealth Computer,
we wish you and your family a wonderful,
safe and happy holiday season!
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December 9th, 2010 by Andrew Pakula
Leading tech manufacturers AMD, Dell, Intel Corporation, Lenovo, Samsung Electronics LCD Business and LG Display announced today intentions to accelerate adoption of scalable and lower power digital video interfaces such as DisplayPort and High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for computers. All of them have agreed to drop support for Analog VGA which has been around for over 20 years from their product lines by 2015.
“Modern digital display interfaces like DisplayPort and HDMI enhance the consumer visual PC experience by immersing them with higher resolutions and deeper colors — all at lower power — to enhance battery life for laptops,” said Eric Mentzer, Intel’s vice president of Strategy, Planning and Operations for the Visual and Parallel Computing Group.
“By moving to these new interfaces, Intel is able to focus investment on new innovations to enhance the PC experience rather than having to solve challenges of supporting legacy analog interfaces on our latest silicon process technology and products.”
Source Intel Newsroom.
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December 1st, 2010 by Andrew Pakula
Greetings and Salutations,
I wish it was as easy as saying “we had great vision”. Flash Forward – 20 years and well over a 100,000 systems later, who would have predicted we would become industry leaders recognized worldwide for our products and services.
Way back in 1990 we were working on automation and control systems. With Microsoft Windows 3.0 recently released there was a growing demand for GUI based applications outside the typical office environment. Demand for computers and peripherals moved beyond the clean office to other not so friendly environments.
The first computers to venture out to the shop floor were the office grade PCs. It quickly became evident that these systems were inadequate for the harshness of the shop floor where dirt, moisture, heat, vibration and electrical noise killed them. Customers demanded something that would survive. We responded with a solution not realizing until later that we found our niche.
Two decades later we continue to enjoy significant organic growth and have been humbled with numerous product awards, industry recognition and more importantly, customer loyalty. Major achievements over the years have included purchasing new facilities to house the continuous growth, adoption to the international ISO 9001 standard and non-stop product development.
A lot has changed in the computer business over the past twenty years. We live in a very exciting time and constantly need to reinvent ourselves to stay current with the demands for new technology. While times have changed, our commitment to our customers and their success has not.
Our 20th anniversary marks an important milestone for Stealth and we wish to acknowledge everyone who has made a contribution to our success including employees, customers, partners and suppliers. It’s our privilege to serve you.
– Ed Boutilier
President & CEO of Stealth.com Inc
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