CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc. (OTCPink: CTXV), a technology company that manufactures and distributes mobile telecommunication, virtual imaging and mobile data input accessories, today announced it has started the fulfillment of a supply order for the world's smallest fully integrated minicomputer to one of the largest consumer electronics companies in the world. The MiSeeTx minicomputer was introduced to the public at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to rave reviews and has been gaining steady momentum in the world of computing by showcasing the CTX state-of the-art proprietary stacking and miniaturization technology.
Clifford Rhee , CEO, stated, "We have worked very hard over the past year to make the MiSeeTx shipments possible. Now with the release of these first units we will be ramping up our manufacturing facility with a production goal of 15,000 units per month." Rhee went on to announce the launching of its new website and electronic commerce homepage www.ctxtechnologies.com. Rhee stated, "The new website is part of CTX's continuous advancement of our products and backroom support for e-commerce, software updates of our products and social media network. The new website allows the reader to activate 3D previews of all of our products as well as enable direct on-line ordering."
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