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In the United States alone, there are now more than 150 million wireless subscribers, according to Philip Marmina, managing director for North American real estate applications at Azonic.
Oxford Properties, principal owner of World Bank Plaza in downtown Toronto's financial district, bought into that thinking when it signed with Azonic Networks to wire this two-tower complex.
Azonic Corporation believes it will be able to obtain the consent from shareholders representing at least 51% of the issued and outstanding common stock to amend its Certificate of Incorporation for the name change.
Azonic Corporation, the current name, is not identifiable with any particular market or business, but Midland is a known name in our business sector.
Azonic Corporation plans to market low cost, wireless devices including cellular phones.
For additional information about Azonic Corporation review our periodic filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission at http://www.
E[acute accent]Wireless Age has an investment in Azonic Corporation (OTCBB:AZOI - News), which plans to market low cost, wireless devices including cellular phones.
Wireless Age has an investment in Azonic Corporation (OTCBB:AZOI), which plans to market low cost, wireless devices including cellular phones.
TORONTO -- Azonic Corporation (OTCBB:AZOI) today announced that it has entered a Product Strategic Alliance Agreement with CustomQuest Inc.
In October 2004, Azonic acquired certain intellectual property and other assets to introduce the "Cyclone Phone," as its solution for a "phone for the phoneless.
Azonic will be responsible for the training of CustomQuest, assist in consulting as required with contract manufacturers and assist with planned upgrades of the analog product.
Azonic and CustomQuest also agreed to co-develop a new low-cost digital technology version of the phone.