Patni is the leading provider of family computer systems for airlines and airports.
It also has a number of other products including a family of smartphones.
Patni was founded in 2004 by entrepreneur and entrepreneur Andrew Hsieh.
It’s now part of Patni Group, a technology company that’s headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
Its technology is based on a combination of open source hardware and software.
Patnik Computer systems, which are part of the family, include laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
In a phone interview with TechCrunch, Patnik president Andrew Langer said the company will eventually introduce a new family computer in the near future.
“Our goal is to have a family system that can be deployed on the iPad or on an iPhone in the next few years,” he said.
“We have an ongoing development plan with our partners to provide the technology and the software for that family to be available in the marketplace.”
Patni will launch its new family of systems in the first quarter of 2018, according to Langer.
The company plans to sell its family system, Patni Computer, for about $4,000 at a time.
The system is designed to work with the new iPad Pro and the new iPhones.
Langer declined to offer a price for the new family system.
The new family will include four models, the Patnik X7S, X8S, and X9S.
The X7s will be available for $4.99 per month.
The next family model, the X9, will be $5.99 and include a 16GB storage option, a 10/100 Ethernet port, a 2.4GHz processor, and a 1.3GHz GPU.
The other models are the X5S and X7.
Patnicos new family is the first family to come with the latest Intel and Nvidia chipsets.
According to Patnik, the system will work with all iPad models with the exception of the iPad Air, which does not have a processor.
Patik says the new system will support more than 20 devices.
Patney’s new family model includes four models: the X7, X9 and X10.
Patnick also says it has an exclusive license to use the Air and iPhone 5S.
Patnamos new iPad family includes the X8, X10, X7 and X8.
Patnics new iPad has a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and a 512GB hard drive.
Patneis new tablet, which is part of its family, has a quad-core 2.2GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and a 128GB hard disk.
Patnyi says it will launch an updated family of tablets in the third quarter of 2020.
The family of products, Patnamic’s Langer says, will include the new X10 and X11 models.
Langers new family comes in two sizes: 8.5 and 10.5 inches, and it will be launched in the U.S. in the second quarter of 2019.
PatNicol is also working on a new product that it says will be a family replacement for iPad.
It is based off of the company’s existing family of family computers, which includes two iPads and a Mac.
The product will be sold for $200 a month.
Patnor is also selling a new iPad.
The iPad mini, which launched in June, comes with a 4.7-inch display and an Intel Atom Z3735F processor.
The tablet is priced at $100 a month, or $180 a year, according a listing on Amazon.
The first iPad Mini launched in November.
The second iPad mini will be released in October.
Patnai is working on an iPad Pro family replacement.
The iPhone 7, which Apple launched in September, has an Intel Core M processor and 512GB of storage.
Patnat’s new iPad line, which also includes the new Mac Pro, will have a dual core 1.8GHz processor.
It will be priced at at $199 a month or $300 a year.
The pricing will change depending on when the new iPads are released.
The price of the new products is expected to be announced in late September or early October.