Chamber Launches Search Committee

With the departure of Karen Colimore as president, the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce has created a search committee to find a permanent replacement. Though vice president Adam Perle last week was named interim president, the chamber wants to explore all its options before deciding on a permanent replacement, according to chairman Lawrence Krampf.

The chamber’s search committee is comprised of Krampf, Karen Jezierny of Princeton University, Anne O’Neill of the Scheide Fund, Melissa Tenzer of CareersUSA), Robert Hillier of RMJM Hillier, Christopher Tarr of Stevens & Lee, Patrick Ryan of Hopewell Valley Community Bank, Kevin Kardos of Paychex, and Kathie Morolda of Cranbury Station Gallery.

Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, 9 Vandeventer Avenue, Princeton 08542; 609-924-1776; fax, 609-924-5776. www.princetonchamber.org.

New In Town

TIJ Global Services, 50 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Unit N, West Windsor; 732-317-2977; fax, 815-550-1743.

IT consulting firm TIJ Global Services has moved from Edison to open an office on Princeton-Hightstown Road. The firm is based in New Dehli, India.

Komal Systems, 196 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Suite 14A, Building 2, West Windsor 08550; 609-936-8200; fax, 609-936-8211. Lakshmi Reddy, president.

The IT stafffing and web development firm Komal Systems has opened an office on Princeton-Hightstown Road. Based in India, the firm does IT-related product marketing.

Management Moves

Dataram Corp. (DRAM), 186 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Windsor Business Park, Building 3-A, Box 7528, Princeton 08543-7528; 609-799-0071; fax, 609-936-1689. John H. Freeman, CEO. www.dataram.com.

Dataram, the international manufacturer of computer memory hardware based on Princeton-Hightstown Road, has acquired the patent-related assets of California-based Cenatek for an undisclosed amount.

The deal gives Dataram rights to issued patents, patents pending, and disclosed patent applications. The company states that the acquisition positions Dataram for growth in the performance computing and application optimization markets.

“This acquisition signifies the beginning of a series of focused efforts to move Dataram into new, growing markets that align well with Dataram’s existing products and customer base,” says John Freeman, CEO of Dataram. “We are moving quickly to license, acquire and develop these new products, including software, into our customer-focused product lineup.”

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