Crystal Group Becomes Member of Intel Communications Alliance

8/18/2003 - Crystal Group Inc. is pleased to announce the recent acceptance by Intel® as an Affiliate Member of the Intel Communications Alliance (ICA). ICA is a community of communications and embedded developers and solution providers, offering its members benefits and resources that help them innovate, deliver their products faster, and offer their customers a true competitive advantage.

Crystal Group is a leading provider of custom computer design and manufacturing services, system integration services and electronic contract manufacturing services. This three-tiered approach is unique in the computer industry and allows Crystal to deliver turnkey systems tailored to specific customer needs. “Our affiliation with the Intel Communications Alliance will help us bring innovations to market faster,” according to Crystal Group’s Scott Moore, Director of Sales and Marketing. “This will give our customers the leading edge system technologies and system designs they need to maintain their leadership position in the marketplace.”

Crystal computers are currently in Telecommunications applications and applications throughout the US military. Configuration control, rugged construction, in-field reliability, QuickConnect® cable management system, intensive certification requirements (including UL, C-UL, CE, FCC A/B, CISPR B, NEBS Level 3 and other military standards), and 24/7 real-time technical support have made Crystal a preferred supplier for mission critical applications around the world.

Scott Kongable, President, Crystal Group states, “Through the Intel Communications Alliance, we will be able to enhance our strengths and our unique position in the computer marketplace to provide our customers with the highest level of product quality, dependability and availability anywhere in the world.”

For more information go to or contact Scott Moore domestically at 1-800-378-1636 or internationally at +1-319-378-1636.

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