News and Events

The Logix Developments Newsletter

This newsletter is published monthly for the employees of Logix.  Recent issues have announced profit sharing, addressed questions about the 401(k) program, described the new health care and insurance plans, and talked about some new policies regarding Paid Time Off to help employees that have financial emergency situations.

Recent Logix Press Releases and local news

July 1, 1999 -- Logix Names Malysko President

    Logix Development Corporation of Camarillo, California has appointed Pauline G. Malysko to be President of the company, effective immediately.  Ms. Malysko will continue in her role as Chief Financial Officer of the company as well.   She reports to Keith Howington, Chief Executive Officer.
    Ms. Malysko joined Logix as CFO in October of 1995.  Mr. Howington commented "Pauline has been instrumental in our company's success, steering us through the difficulties that can come with rapid growth.  I have been extraordinarily pleased at her performance thus far, and look for continued high performance in her new expanded role with the company."

July 1, 1998 -- Logix Hosts C-Band Industry Initiative

     The C-Band Industry Group, a coalition of players in the backyard "big-dish" satellite market, announced today the launch of a new nationwide service and educational outreach designed to support maintenance and upgrades to users of the large dishes, called "c-band" because of the radio frequencies used.  Dorian Simpson, of General Instrument in San Diego, California, heads up the committee.  "Any consumer can now call a toll-free number and get help" Simpson said.  Also, there are new equipment options for C-Band dish owners that position them to take advantage of digital and high-definition television signals, according to industry sources.  Dozens of companies in the satellite television business are involved in or support the committee, according to Simpson.  The telephone number reaches an automated system that looks up the closest repair facilities based on zip code, and has live operators to assist callers as well.  There is also a Web site, at, that supports the Internet.  These services were created by Logix Development Corporation and are being hosted in their Camarillo, California facility.

     General Instrument Corporation is the world leader in analog and digital systems that provide video, audio and high-speed Internet/dataservices over cable and satellite TV networks. GI's cable and satellite TV operations have approximately 7,000 employees and annual sales of approximately $1.8 billion..

     Logix Development Corporation is a technology company involved in the credit card processing and satellite television industries.  They can be reached at (805) 384-1460, or by e-mail:

December 9, 1997 -- Logix moves to Camarillo

     At 5 a.m. this morning, Logix Development Corporation formally "cut-over" their technical operations from their current location in Westlake Village, California to the new facility being completed in Camarillo, California.   "We're a 24-hour facility; we can't just tell our customers 'we'll be back up next week'" noted David K. Howington, CEO of the company.  Logix was able to use a combination of new and backup equipment to bring up the new site.  The equipment at the existing facility will become backup equipment for the Camarillo 20,000 ft² headquarters once the balance of the move is completed, which is planned for later this month.  Noted Eric Kuyper, who handled the technology transfer of the move: "We've installed over six miles of cable so far.  It's been great to work with a building layout designed for us from the start."  Kuyper has headed a team of Logix technicians who have been on-site installing the cabling and other resources needed for the new facility.

     Logix currently employs approximately 80 full time staff, and is expecting to continue their rapid growth.  "The new home is a badly needed space expansion for us" said Howington.  "Also, the rapidly growing high-tech industry in Camarillo will be good for us as we grow our staff."   Camarillo has been called the "Silicon Valley of Southern California", and also hosts Siemens Solar Power, Technicolor, and other large high technology "clean" businesses.

     Logix Development Corporation is a technology company involved in the credit card processing and satellite television industries.  They can be reached at (805) 384-1460, or by e-mail at