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San Diego company Trackforce, which provides software-as-a-service operation management tools for security services, announced this week the closing of a $7.4 million investment from Kansas-based growth equity firm Five Elms Capital.
The scientists and attorneys at Qualcomm Inc. have been busy.
A recent securities filing shows Cohu Inc. is keeping its options open, and might want to raise more funds to finance future business opportunities.
San Diego digital health company AristaMD has received a $500,000 investment from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Primary Care Innovation Fund.
Poway-based GraceDigital unveiled a pair of new emergency power products under its EcoXGear brand on Jan. 5 at CES, the big consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.
It is a slow process, making the gigantic electromagnetic coils that will one day sit at the center of the ITER nuclear fusion reactor in the South of France.
TECH: Variety of Applications Seen for Thermoelectric Systems
Jill Elsner and Fred Leavitt were anxious to show off their company’s latest technological innovation, but they couldn’t just fire it up inside their Miramar Road offices. Breakthrough or not, it puts out a fair amount of smoke.
Know the number: 835.
Local genomics legend J. Craig Venter is stepping aside from his post as chief executive officer of Human Longevity Inc., turning over the helm to former GE Healthcare executive Cynthia Collins.
Hoping to speed its fifth-generation wireless technology to market, Qualcomm Inc. plans to test the novel technology in the United States in cooperation with AT&T Inc. and Ericsson during the second half of 2017, the company said on Jan. 3. Tests will be in the lab and in the field.
Qualcomm Inc. announced on Dec. 30 that it has signed a patent license deal with a Meizu Technology Co. Ltd. of China, a former opponent in the Chinese courts.
TECH: Program Offers Cybersecurity, Coding Training to Participants
The White House has named San Diego a TechHire city, recognizing the city’s efforts to train people for software development and other new, technology-focused jobs.
If you feel like many, the outlook for 2017 is uncertain. No one is sure how federal policies and global events will ultimately shape the next 12 months. There’s a plethora of speculation, though; some of it claiming this to be the dawn of a new prosperous era while others are predicting Armageddon-esque doom and gloom.
Economic Trends: Technology
Companies in San Diego’s high-tech electronics and software space made some significant moves in 2016.
Economic Trends: Research Institutes
Much is made of San Diego’s pharmaceutical industry, what with its reputation for serial entrepreneurship and whopping exits. But there’s a quieter and more insular group on the Torrey Pines Mesa that is essential to the city’s innovation economy: the research institutes.