The "wavecrest" logotype (logo) is one of the following four fonts, which are
so similar that I am sure one will meet your needs.
Helvetica 43 Light Extended
Nimbus Sans T Light Extended
Nimbus Sans D Light Extended
Swiss 721 Light Extended
Please note that when you go to the above pages, you can type in text, such as
"wavecrest," and compare that font to the "wavecrest" logotype font.
If you need any clarification, please feel free to ask.
The MyFonts website has a great online program called WhatTheFont, that will
attempt to identify a font from an image, if is formatted correctly.
"Ever wanted to find a font just like the one used by certain publications,
corporations, or ad campaigns? Well now you can, using our WhatTheFont font
recognition system. Upload a scanned image of the font and instantly find the
closest matches in our database."
In the case of the "wavefront" logotype, I enlarged it and cleaned it up before
submitting it to the program, and although I have had mixed results with the
program in the past, this time it came through.
But, if it can't identify the font, there is the truly great
WhatTheFont Forum, wherein humans, if the WhatTheFont program fails,
"Let the world?s font enthusiasts identify the fonts in your image, and help
others with theirs!"
If it is the logotype of a popular company, the font has probably already been
identified within the forum, or shown that is not a available font, etc.
I can't say enough about the above service, especially the Forum people.
Looking Forward, denco-ga - Google Answers Researcher