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Local digital health company AristaMD raised $11 million in a Series A financing, the company announced Friday.
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power said on July 22 that it acquired the Apple Blossom wind energy project in Michigan for undisclosed terms. The seller was Geronimo Energy LLC.for undisclosed terms. The seller was Geronimo Energy LLC.
The University of California, San Diego is opening an office in downtown Tokyo, where researchers will seek partnerships with Japan’s booming life science industry.
An authority on the subject of robots, Henrik Christensen, is on his way to Torrey Pines Mesa.
TECH: Chip Sales, License Revenue Boost Co. Outlook
Qualcomm Inc. reported better than expected third quarter earnings, spurred in part by Chinese and South Korean customers coming forward to pay the San Diego business for technology used during previous quarters.
TPT Global Technology Inc., a downtown San Diego-based telecommunications company, said July 19 that it acquired the assets of Goodwin Global, an international wholesale telecom carrier. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Carlsbad-based 5D Robotics Inc. announced on July 18 that it acquired Time Domain, a business based in Huntsville, Ala. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Wireless antenna maker Airgain Inc. plans to go public.
Qualcomm Inc. said on July 12 that it will distribute a cash dividend of 53 cents per share. Dividends will go out Sept. 21 to stockholders of record as of Aug. 31.
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Virtual reality and augmented reality are slowly coming to a marketplace near you.
SPACE: Co.’s JunoCam to Deliver Images Through 2017
San Diego businesses are playing a highly visual part in NASA’s $1.13 billion space mission to Jupiter.
CASIS, the organization that manages the U.S. national lab on the International Space Station, is setting up a permanent office in San Diego, Mayor Keven Faulconer announced on July 12.
Ingenu Inc., the Scripps Ranch company that is rolling out a wireless network for the Internet of Things, named Dan Halvorson as executive vice president and chief financial officer. The company made the announcement July 11.
ViaSat Inc. said on June 30 that it opened a research and development office in Chennai, India.