48 : Owl Computing Technologies Inc.
Location:Ridgefield, Conn.
Annual growth rate:57.66%
2006 revenue:5,973,973
2005 revenue:3,267,400
2004 revenue:4,681,975
2003 revenue:1,287,455
2002 revenue:966,949
Leadership:Ronald Mraz
Number of employees:12
Web site:www.owlcti.com
Lines of business:Manufacturer of computer security equipment
Major customers:Defense and intelligence agencies
Major contracts/projects:The Air Force purchased two DualDiode Directory File Transfer Systems from Owl as part of the 2007 Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration. The product is used for one-way transfer of data to assure that only the intended data is shared across networks.

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