CRANBURY, N.J., Dec. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Ariel Corp. (Nasdaq: ADSP) today
announced the appointment of Robert F. Burlinson as a member of the Board of
Robert Burlinson, 61, currently serves as a member of the Board of
Directors, Chairman of the Executive Committee and financial consultant for
Aztec Technology Partners, Inc. (Nasdaq: AZTC), a leading provider of
e-Solutions and e-Integration for businesses.
Mr. Burlinson previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief
Financial Officer for Audio Visual Services Corp. (NYSE: AVC) (formerly
Caribiner International Inc.), a business communications services provider.
Prior to joining Audio Visual Services Corp. in July, 1998, Mr. Burlinson
served as Vice President and Treasurer of Handy & Harman, a New York-based
specialty metals manufacturer.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Burlinson served as Senior Vice President and
Chief Financial Officer for The National Guardian Corporation, an electronic
security services company. Throughout his career, Mr. Burlinson has
contributed his broad financial experience to companies in the technology and
"I'm excited about Bob's decision to join Ariel's board. Bob has served
as CFO, Treasurer and Director of large corporations during periods of
significant growth. His skills and experiences perfectly complement those of
our current board members," said Tony Agnello, Ariel's COB. "I expect our
board and company to benefit greatly from Bob's knowledge of accounting,
banking, finance and strategic planning."
Mr. Burlinson is a Certified Public Accountant and holds an MBA from The
Stern School of New York University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics
from Fordham University. He resides in Larchmont, New York.
With the addition of Mr. Burlinson, Ariel's Board increases to seven
About Ariel Corp.
Ariel Corp. is a leading provider of high-density dial-up access equipment
for applications such as Internet access, corporate Intranet/Extranet access,
on-line services, telecommuting, transaction processing and unified messaging.
Ariel's dial-up access products make it easy for ISPs and OEMs targeting ISPs
and other service providers to create high-density dial-up solutions using
open systems platforms running a variety of popular operating systems,
including Windows NT and Linux.
For more information on Ariel products, please contact Ariel Corporation
at 2540 Route 130, Cranbury, N.J. 08512. Phone 609/860-2900. Fax 609/860-1155.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. World Wide Web: http://www.ariel.com.
SOURCE Ariel Corporation