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Triverity Corp.

Monday, January 24, 2005; Page E05

Name: Triverity Corp.

Location: Chantilly

Big idea: Makes a multimedia "data fusion" device for vehicles that records, stores and plays back video, audio and vehicle data.

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Founded: 2000

Web site: www.triverity.com, www.xtremex3.com

Who's in charge: Phil Sweatman, president and chief executive; Patrick Herrity, chief financial officer and senior vice president, operations; Jonathan Haller, senior vice president, marketing and business development; and Craig Malone, chief technology officer and senior vice president, product development.

Funding: Company was funded by a private investor.

Employees: 45

Partners: Company has revenue-sharing partnerships with customers Dale Jarrett Racing Adventure, Derek Daly Performance Driving Academy, the Mid-Ohio School, PromoSport Ontario and the Panos Racing School.

Origin of company name: "We kicked around a number of names. Triverity is 'three truths' as in audio, visual and data," Sweatman said. "XtremeX3 is a similar type of thing. We wanted to keep the extreme moniker but emphasize the fact that it was three technologies."


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