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Ceralink Moves To Rensselaer Technology Park

September 9, 2004
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Ceralink Inc. recently announced its move to a new location at the Rensselaer Technology Park in Troy, N.Y. This move represents a growing phase for Ceralink, as the company graduates from the Ceramics Corridor Innovation Center (CCIC) incubator in Alfred, N.Y. The business has grown since its inception in January 2001 to five skilled employees and an anticipated annual sales level of $500,000 in 2004. The larger, more modern facility at the Tech Park accommodates Ceralink's growing service business and expanding Microwave Testing Center. "Our relocation to the Albany/Tech Valley area offers Ceralink tremendous opportunities," said Holly Shulman, Ph.D., founder. "Albany is experiencing strong economic growth, and this move gives us higher visibility, as well as access to a larger pool of skilled labor and quality equipment."

For more information, call (518) 283-7733, e-mail patricia@ceralink.com or visit http://www.ceralink.com.

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