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Canyon City Solutions LLC
4790 Caughlin Pkwy #355
Canyon City Solutions, developer of ReliaTrax™ system, is an innovative company dedicated to helping counseling and treatment centers enhance the effectiveness of their business.
ReliaTrax™ is a comprehensive, secure, web-based business management syste...
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Larry W. Hinderks, PhD
Dr. Hinderks' career began at Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1970.
After seven years of research and development, he left Bell Labs to co-found Corporate Computer System, a successful software development company.
After seventeen years at CCS, Dr. Hinderks became the Chief Technology Officer of DG FastChannel (NASDAQ: DGIT).
is now focusing his
efforts on electronic record keeping for the counseling industry.
StarGuide Digital Networks, Inc - News Release
"Our alliance with Alcatel quickly and decisively accelerates our ability to establish a national footprint for patented CoolCast technology and its exciting broadcasting service," commented Larry Hinderks, Vice President of Distribution for CoolCast.
..."CoolCast is already one of the leading entertainment providers distributing streaming TV-quality and CD-quality media to residents in multi-tenant environments," said Larry Hinderks, Chief Technology Officer of CoolCast.
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Dr. Larry Hinderks , the Company's Vice President for Distribution , had a successful career at AT&T Bell Labs where , in the early 1970's , he worked on a team that developed a new transmission technology for long distance communications.In 1977 , Dr. Hinderks formed his own successful high-tech venture known as CCS ( Musicam USA ) specializing in software development and digital audio compression.CCS became the international leader in audio compression equipment for the professional market.CCS also provided the audio encoding technology for DirecTV.In 1995 , StarGuide Digital Networks acquired his company and appointed Dr. Hinderks Chief Technology Officer.He participated in StarGuide's New Business Development team , which created CoolCast.He has also served on the IP Multicasting Advisory Board of the IP Multicast Initiative and is a member of IEEE and AES.Dr. Hinderks holds a number of patents and pending patents related to transmission , digital audio compression , IP multicast , and Internet audio and video distribution.Dr. Hinderks received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Kansas in 1970.
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Dr. Larry W. Hinderks, Senior Vice President, Engineering, DG Systems
Make Your Move Appoints Dr. Larry Hinderks to Chief Executive Officer
RENO, Nev.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 25, 2003--Reno-based Make Your Move, Inc. (OTCBB:MKMV - News) announced today that it has officially appointed Dr. Larry W. Hinderks as chief executive officer and chairman of the board for the interactive entertainment game company. "Dr. Hinderks has an extensive entrepreneurial background--thirty years of experience--in both company management and technology development, which is precisely what we need to take this company to the next level," said Henry Rolling, founder of Make Your Move, Inc.
"The timing is right for Make Your Move
," said Dr. Larry Hinderks
."The video game industry is a 9.2 billion dollar industry, and we are confident our game plan is a solid one that will enable us to carve out a piece of that pie for MYM
." Dr. Larry Hinderks began his career at Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1970 where he worked to develop a new microwave transmission system for use in the AT&T long distance network.In 1977 he left Bell Labs to co-found Corporate Computer Systems, Inc., (CCS) a highly successful engineering company specializing in computer hardware and software solutions for industry.CCS
is best known for its digital audio compression equipment that is sold worldwide and is used internationally by the radio and TV broadcast industry. In 1995, Dr. Hinderks sold his business to StarGuide Digital Networks, Inc. (SDN) and became their chief technology officer.SDN
was later acquired by Digital Generation Systems, Inc.
(NASDAQ:DGIT - News).At DGS, Dr. Hinderks worked directly for the CEO in the CoolCast (Internet Media distribution) division as the senior vice president responsible for developing the company's new media business.In 2001, Dr. Hinderks left DGIT and formed Xanlar, an Internet multiplayer game company.Dr. Hinderks received a Ph.D in Physics from the University of Kansas and holds 14 patents in compression, transmission and data networking. Make Your Move, Inc.
(http://www.makeyourmoveinc.com/) is an interactive entertainment game company headquartered in Reno, Nevada.The Company's primary business is focused on the design, development and marketing of a wide range of games utilizing technologies that advance and enhance the entertainment quality and experience of game play.The Company's product line spans traditional board games and computer game software, and it is currently developing gameware for existing consoles in the market (Playstation, XBox and GameCube) as well as online entertainment through a subscription based online game site.Make Your Move plans to expand its existing product line to include a new proprietary game system currently under development.The Company believes its entire product line will appeal to age groups from 6 years to adult.