PITTSBURGH, June 28, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DynaVox Inc. (Nasdaq:DVOX), the world's leading provider of communication and education products for individuals with significant speech, language and learning disabilities, today announced its stock was added to the Russell 2000® Index, a subset of the Russell Global Index, effective after the market close on Friday, June 25, 2010.
"We are pleased with our inclusion in the Russell 2000® Index, which reflects our successful initial public offering," said Ed Donnelly, DynaVox's Chief Executive Officer. "We expect our addition to the Russell 2000® Index will help increase our visibility within the investment community and enhance shareholder value as we communicate and execute on our strategic initiatives long-term."
The Russell 2000® Index provides a comprehensive and unbiased barometer for evaluating small-cap stocks performance in the U.S. equity market. Initial Public Offerings are added to the Russell Indexes on a quarterly basis.
About Dynavox Inc.
DynaVox Inc. (Nasdaq:DVOX) is a publicly traded holding company with its headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, whose primary operating entities are DynaVox Systems LLC and Mayer-Johnson LLC. DynaVox is the leading provider of speech generating devices and symbol-adapted special education software used to assist individuals in overcoming their speech, language and learning challenges. These solutions are designed to help individuals who have complex communication and learning needs participate in the home, classroom and community. Our mission is to enable our customers to realize their full communication and education potential by developing industry-leading devices, software and content and by providing the services to support them. We assist individuals, families, and professionals with an extensive field support organization, as well as centralized technical and reimbursement support. For more information, visit www.dynavoxtech.com.
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