Shreveport, LA, March 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Zamboola today announced that it has named Andrew E. Gomes to serve as the company’s new chief executive officer.
Zamboola made news in early 2010 by announcing a new patent pending technology that uses cell phones and desktop peripherals, laptop style terminals and tablet computer style terminals to replace traditional PCs, laptop computers and tablet computers.
Michael Harold, a co-founder of Zamboola, said the company is eager to take the next step in its evolution as a provider of cell phone computing technology.
“We could not be more pleased to have Andrew as Zamboola’s CEO. He has both the experience and the vision to lead this company. He understands the value and the future of cell phone computing.”
Gomes said, “Cloud computing, mobile computing and cell phone technology are rapidly converging to create a paradigm shift away from multiple computing devices per person to a single, mobile computing device – one person, one device. There are innumerable advantages to cell phone computing in terms of cost, efficiency and security, so much so that it is only a matter of time before the cell phone becomes the dominant means by which individuals conduct their personal and business computing. The cell phone computer is the ultimate thin client.”
“Zamboola is defining the next paradigm in personal computing. Just as the PC emerged as the dominant form of computing in the 1980s, the cell phone computer is poised to become the dominant form of computing in this, the early 21st century.”
Zamboola is a Louisiana LLC specializing in hardware and software product development and technology licensing for the mobile computing and home media markets. Inquiries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.