- Suite “A” : Adobe Systems, Inc.
345 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95110-2704
Tel: 408-536-6000; fax: 408-537-6000
Adobe offers products and solutions to help our customers create, deliver, and optimize compelling content and applications — improving the impact of their communications, enhancing their brands and productivity, and ultimately bringing them greater business success. Adobe is delivering several talks at the CSUN conference featuring information for end users with disabilities as well as for application developers and document authors.
- Suite “B”: Deque Systems, Inc.
11130 Sunrise Valley Drive #140 Reston, VA 20191
(703) 225-0380, fax: (703) 225-0387
Deque Systems seeks to accelerate a barrier-free World Wide Web by delivering powerful compliance solutions for anyone who needs to produce accessible web portfolios for people, regardless of ability. Trusted by Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and individual developers, Deque Systems sets the standard for enterprise-level solutions, tools, training, and compliance services. Deque Systems is an SBA 8(a) and SDB certified woman-owned business that believes that no one should be left out of life on the Web.
- Suite “C”: Freedom Scientific
11800 31st Court North St. Petersburg, FL 33716
(800) 444-4443, fax: (727) 471-7931
Join Freedom Scientific in Manchester C for a series of product presentations showcasing our very latest technology for those with visual impairments and learning disabilities, including our new SARA™ CE, the next-generation self-contained scanning and reading appliance for the blind and those with low vision; the PEARL® Portable Reading Camera that works with Freedom Scientific’s popular OpenBook® software, and now also with the latest release of our WYNN™ literacy software; the new MAGic® Large Print Keyboard; and the latest release of our popular screen reading software, JAWS® 12.
- Suite “D”: Microsoft Corp.
1 Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052
Accessibility makes it easier for anyone to see, hear, and use a computer, and to personalize their computer to meet their own needs and preferences. For many people with impairments, accessibility is what makes computer use possible. For nearly twenty years, Microsoft has focused on making computers easier to use for individuals with a wide array of difficulties and impairments. Learn about the latest innovations in Microsoft products during the various sessions presented this week in the Microsoft Showcase.