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The legal battle that pitted Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc. against Space Systems/Loral and Loral Space and Communications Inc. has reached its end, the companies acknowledged.September 8, 2014 4:07 p.m. Share
Qualcomm Inc. sold its Mirasol display factory in Taiwan, and the equipment in it, to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. for $85 million, according to a securities filing.
Cisco Systems Inc. executive Mala Anand and Qualcomm Inc.’s Raj Talluri will explore the Internet of Everything on Dec. 10 as part of the CommNexus Headliners lecture series.
Roambi, a San Diego business that provides an app for making better use of data, said Quinton Alsbury is its new CEO, succeeding his partner and the company’s co-founder, Santiago Becerra.
TECH: Company Still Dealing With Problems In China Market
Qualcomm Inc. sees a future in servers for data centers, specifically for cloud computing, the company’s CEO said Nov. 19.
For starters, something short and fast: Swedish researchers led by Herbert Zirath recorded the fastest wireless data transmission ever, offering details during a convention in San Diego last month.
TECH: Software Shapes Online Shopping Experience Through Variety of Factors
Love it or hate it, it’s the time of year to shop. Those who venture onto the Internet this week may encounter a San Diego company and not even know it.
TECH: President Sees Telecommunications Act As Enforcement Tool
CEO Lori Steele Contorer sometimes reaches for the term “utility” when describing the Internet. In a way, it’s similar to electricity or phone service.
San Diego-based Reva Medical Inc., a medical device company developing stents that can be absorbed by the body, announced that the $25 million financing transaction approved by shareholders on Oct. 31 has been successfully completed.
Becton, Dickinson and Co. and CareFusion Corp. announced that the waiting period mandated under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 regarding Becton’s proposed acquisition of San Diego-based CareFusion expired on Nov. 19.
LRAD Corp., the Rancho Bernardo maker of high-volume acoustic devices used by the military and law enforcement, reported net income of $3.3 million for fiscal 2014, up 164 percent from the $1.3 million recorded in fiscal 2013.
Qualcomm Inc. executives spoke about long-term growth with New York analysts on Wednesday, saying the company expects revenue — which was $26.5 billion in fiscal 2014 — to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 8-10 percent through fiscal 2019.
Isaac Capital Group LLC, a San Diego-based private investment firm, said it closed a $5 million preferred stock purchase in Dataram Corp., a New Jersey-based manufacturer of computer memory and software products.
Evolva Holding SA announced it has agreed to acquire San Diego-based Allylix Inc. in an all-stock transaction.
Organovo Holdings Inc., a company that creates human tissues by 3-D bioprinting, announced the release of a commercial version of its bioprinted human liver tissue, specifically designed for testing drug toxicity.
Franklin Wireless Corp., a San Diego maker of high-speed wireless modems and routers, reported fiscal 2015 first quarter net sales of $13.6 million, compared with $1.4 million in net sales for the like period of the prior fiscal year.