Sonnet Receives Business Honor

Sonnet Technologies was recently rated among the fastest growing technology companies in California. Based on 5-year sales figures, Sonnet placed 13th on the Deloitte & Toucheis Technology Fast 50 list. In a turbulent and difficult upgrade market, Sonnet continues to product hight quality products. According to Sonnet:

Sonnet Technologies, the worldwide market share leader in processor upgrade cards for Apple Macintosh? computers, has ranked 13th in Deloitte & Toucheis Technology Fast 50. Sonnet earned this prestigious position with a five year growth rate of 1165%. The Fast 50 recognizes the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Orange and San Diego Counties in southern California.

"Sonnet has had tremendous growth in the past five years, largely due to our employeesi commitment to excellence" comments CEO, president, and founder, Robert Farnsworth. "Itis rewarding to have our success recognized." As a regional Fast 50 winner, Sonnet will also be ranked in the Deloitte & Touche Technology Fast 500, which evaluates the nationis top 500 fastest growing technology companies. Fast 500 winners will be publicized in the November 27, 2000 issue of Forbes Magazine.

These achievements are just some of Sonnetis noteworthy accomplishments in the last few months. In August 2000, Sonnet moved to a larger facility to accommodate an expanding staff, and advancing production and warehouse requirements. Sonnet sales continue to grow more than 30% annually. Sales through authorized international distributors exceed half of Sonnets total sales.

To augment its position as a world-leader in CPU upgrades, Sonnet has expanded into disc drive controller cards and peripheral interface cards. These new product lines were announced in July 2000 at Macworld Expo New York. Not only do customers turn to Sonnet for the widest selection available of processor upgrade cards, but also they can acquire other Macintosh enhancement products such as ATA/IDE hard drive controllers, USB expansion, and FireWire ports.

You can find more information at the Sonnet Technologies web site.