Glacier Computer Releases Everest E2000 Rugged Computer

July 27, 2009
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New Milford, CT -- Glacier Computer, a leading developer of rugged industrial computing solutions, expands the Everest series of computers with the announcement of the E2000.

The E2000 offers customers in the warehouse, freight, distribution, and field service markets an all-in-one industrial computer for forklift and fixed-mount harsh environment applications. The E2000 is optimized for rugged environments such as warehouses, construction sites, and manufacturing centers.

The Everest E2000 is a dedicated full-screen Windows CE computer boasting the new Texas Instruments IMAP processor. The E2000 has numerous display size options, touchscreen, multiple standard I/O, back-up battery, and internal 10-60 VDC power supply for vehicle environments. The E2000 unit is built upon the seasoned Everest 4000 and 5000 Series and is designed specifically for operation in extremes of temperature, moisture and vibration.

“The E2000 is a logical iteration of our already successful Everest series of rugged computers. This is our third generation for this type of hardware and the numbers continue to support our efforts. Manufacturing costs and repair rates are very aggressive and our customer base loves it,” states Ron D’Ambrosio, CEO, Glacier Computer. “We are really proud of the entire Everest line up. The dependability and value of this product serves as a great base from which to build specific market applications and solutions.”

About Glacier Computer
Glacier Computer designs and develops versatile, rugged industrial computer solutions for harsh environments in a variety of markets, including LTL crossdock, warehouse/distribution, medical, manufacturing, public safety and more. Utilizing years of home grown experience and a seasoned team of Alliance Partners in the data collection arena, Glacier takes pride in its ability to provide quality solutions and exceptional customer service to meet customers’ needs. For more information about Glacier Computer’s Everest and Ridgeline Series or software solutions, please contact John Geary at (603) 882-1560 x 212, email or visit:

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