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KIRKLAND, Wash., Dec. 13, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CoroWare, Inc. (OTCBB:COWI) today announced that robotics industry analyst Dan Kara has joined the company's advisory board.
Dan Kara is a widely known research analyst and well respected thought leader who has extensive business development experience with nascent technology markets that are poised for rapid growth. The addition of Mr. Kara to CoroWare's board of advisors will strengthen the company's position in the marketplace and help create new avenues for growth.
"We are delighted to have Dan Kara join the CoroWare advisory board," said Lloyd Spencer, founder and CEO of CoroWare. "Dan's addition to the advisory board will further expand CoroWare's presence from the research community into strategic growth markets such as homeland security and law enforcement."
Mr. Kara was formerly president of Robotics Trends, the producer of Robotics Trends and Robotics Business Review online news, information and analysis portals, as well as a number of robotics business development events. Prior to forming Robotics Trends, Kara was co-founder and Executive Vice President of Intermedia Group. He has also served as VP of Advanced Information Technology Research at Sentry Group, VP and Director of Research at Ullo International, and as Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of Software Productivity Group.
Headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, CoroWare is a solutions integrator with expertise in affordable telepresence, service oriented business applications, and mobile robotics. For more information on CoroWare's products and services, please visit
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