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This article by Barbara Fox was prepared for the January 8, 2003 edition of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.

Crosstown Move: Broadbeam Corp.

Broadbeam Corp., formerly known as Nettech Systems, moved from 10,000

feet at 100 College Road West to the same amount of space on Route

130 to be closer to major roads and the turnpike. Founded by Boris

Fridman, the firm does middleware software development, particularly

wireless communications (U.S. 1, January 23, 2002).

"It is less expensive space, and we recently acquired Salsa Systems,

from the Highland section of New Jersey," says Linda Everk, executive

director of marketing, "and this location is more convenient for

those employees." With the acquisition Broadbeam now has 51 employees,

up from 43 earlier this year.

Salsa System’s mobile platform has been integrated into Broadbeam’s

product, Mobile Solutions Systems, which was launched on December

31. The company’s official move date was December 20.

Broadbeam Corp., 2540 Route 130, Suite 116, Cranbury

08512. Janet L. Boudris, CEO. 609-655-3737.

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Jerry L. Lancaster, 58, on December 25. She was founder

and CEO of Keller Williams Princeton Real Estate on Canal Pointe Boulevard.

Russell Berrie, 69, on December 25. He founded the $300

million gift company, Oakland-based Russ Berrie & Company, which has

a distribution center on Route 130.

Margaret S. Burns, 48, on December 26. She had taught

at the Waldorf School of Princeton.

Eugene J. McPartland, 68, on January 6. He retired in

1999, after serving 16 years as Princeton University’s vice president

for faciliities. A service will be Friday, January 10, at 10:30 a.m.

in the Princetin University Chapel.

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