An East River data center has been accused of playing a part in a WIA data breach thst may have exposed Waterbank’s most secretive database.
A Waterbank University professor of Applied Political Malfeasance told us it was serious. “We’re talking about the Forgier report, the Undine secret missions, and whether or not there’s a plan to kidnap members of NTBI to construct a mountain lair.”
“We’ve never done those things,” said a WIA rep, “but there are a lot of family recipes we’d hate to get out.”
Scable Data, located in Grizedale (link), is part of East River’s ‘Sillycon River,’ and did not respond to us. WIA is said to be weighing options.
Northbridge, one of the areas of the Prototype Tri-State, has been closed off for a massive construction effort. NTBI has said nothing of the massive project, though WBA President Sketch Sun offered this insight.
“Northbridge is SZYM and NTBI, and those are mega-corporations run by visionaries. They don’t just repaint the walls. They remove the forest, lay down miles of road, and build towers in the sky. Whatever is happening in Northbridge will be big and game changing.”
More changes are due at Prototype Gardens, and rumors are circulating that a new mall with a “double square” layout may be planned to make room for more products.
“Why are you asking me,” said WBA President Sketch Sun, “go ask Will or Nelson.”
Gentek, the premier infrastructure and elevator company has improved their gold standard Condor Elevator with the new Delta Elevator, and architects are beside themselves with joy.
“The Condor was awesome – the Delta is just – wow,” said one architect we met at the showroom in Prototype (link at right under Big 7). “So many features, so streamlined, small land impact… wow!”
On top of a low prim, high end product, the new system has a new product from NBS incorporated in it, the KeyRing access list service (link to NBS info). The list of features that the new system has is too long to publish here, so shoppers are encouraged to see the Marketplace listing (link), the product support page (link), or check them out in person at Prototype Gardens (link at right).
The elevator system was masterminded by Nelson Jenkins (Gentek) and supported by NTBI heavies like Lyte Rae and Will Szymborska. Follow the above links to see the product in action.
Lusch Motors has released the Scout, an all terrain vehicle that has GEMC drive and full towing capacity. The low prim beauty is perfect for getting off the road and into the forest, and is already up for demo at Lusch Motor’s Bay City location (link). Shoppers can also get it at the Marketplace or in Prototype (link at right).
Rox Oil (ROX) was once believed to be going the way of Unified National Oil (UNO), but is making a huge comeback, surpassing Yura and Ansco as the leading fuel provider for interstates.
“Our strategy is simple,” said the President of Rox. “We listened to one of our board members with a lot of experience.”
The board member in question is none other than Will Szymborska, CEO of SZYM and NTBI cornerstone. “Look,” his assistant told us, “Mr. S knows that the key to the market is the guy and gal on the road. We told Rox to build as many stations as they could, pack them with snacks and diners, and the customers will come.”
SZYM Magnate Will Szymborska gave us a head’s up on Gentek Telecom’s latest development plan, tipping us off that GT’s newest facility will be coming online soon, at a new site in the Satori continent off Route 8 in Granville (link), to provide better service to the growing number of Satori customers (the 494 area code).
The station that is also a microwave relay termination is one of many GT facilities to build up the network. Current GT facilities now include Briggs County, Xoanon (relay), Hyperion, Northbridge, and now Granville (soon looking to offer expanded service to Sansara).
Hakuso Investments doubled their valuation of the communications giant after hearing the news, and one trader was nearly fired because he “couldn’t sit down, he was so excited.”