By: Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann
DEVONtechnologies asks to join in helping Japan
Coeur d'Alene (Idaho, USA), March 17, 2011 — DEVONtechnologies, LLC donates to help Japan after the catastrophic earthquake and nuclear power plant disaster.
Friday, Mar 11, 2011, Japan was struck by a catastrophic earthquake followed by a tsunami and the melt-down of at least two nuclear power cores with yet-unknown effects on life in the region. Official sources report more than 10,000 people dead and more than 500,000 homeless, but as of this writing (Mar 17, 2011) the concrete number of victims is still unknown.
"What happened to Japan is an unimaginable tragedy. We are with our colleagues and their families in Tokyo and all people in Japan. While little can be done from here we will do what we can do and would like to strongly encourage everyone else to join in and donate to international disaster help organizations to help the survivors of the Pacific Ocean earthquake and their families,” says Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann, President of DEVONtechnologies.
DEVONtechnologies will donate 20 percent of all March, 2011, revenues to a disaster help organization sending people and material to Japan, likely Doctors Without Borders.
DEVONtechnologies LLC, founded in 2002, incorporated in 2004 and headquartered in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA, researches in the field of semantic and associative data analysis and synthesis, and develops key applications based on the DEVONtechnology. Named after the Devonian Period, the DEVONtechnology marks the departure into a new age of data processing. The main focus of all activities is on using the robust, flexible and versatile architecture intelligently to create rock-solid applications for a variety of purposes, including but not limited to databases, intelligent agents, data-mining, information retrieval and human-computer-interfaces.
More information: www.devontechnologies.com.
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