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California Micro Devices Establishes Working Capital and Equipment Facilities Financing with Silicon Valley Bank
MILPITAS, California - June 18, 2002 - California Micro Devices (Nasdaq: CAMD) today announced that Silicon Valley Bank (Nasdaq: SIVB) has agreed to provide a $5 million credit facility, which can be used for working capital equipment and capital equipment to support the company's future growth. "Si...
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Insightful Establishes Working Capital and Equipment Facilities With Silicon Valley Bank
SEATTLE, WA - May 7, 2002 - Silicon Valley Bank (the "Bank"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Silicon Valley Bancshares (Nasdaq: SIVB - news), announced today that it has provided a $3.5 million working capital facility and a $1.5 million equipment facility to Insightful Corporation (NASDAQ: IFUL - new...
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Silicon Valley Bank Renews and Increases Credit Facilities for Quintessent Communicactions
Seattle, WA -- October 25, 2001 -- Silicon Valley Bank (the "Bank"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Silicon Valley Bancshares, announced it increased the working capital credit facilities and additional available credit for Quintessent Communications, Inc. to more than $7 million.Redmond, Washington-b...
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Endocardial Solutions Receives Working Capital Line of Credit from Silicon Valley Bank
Minneapolis, MN -- July 2, 2001 -- Endocardial Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: ECSI) today announced that Silicon Valley Bank has approved a new $3.5 million credit facility."This facility from Silicon Valley Bank demonstrates tremendous confidence in our business plan and provides us ...
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Lifeline Scientific announces $1,500,000 working capital facility
Lifeline Scientific announces $1,500,000 working capital facility
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