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Companies such as San Diego-based NoteVault Inc. have developed mobile-enabled technology that lets construction superintendents quickly and easily report commercial project activity from work sites, allowing for real-time updates or corrections to projects.
Mobility enters a new dimension with the arrival of very mobile unmanned aircraft, coupled with cameras that take video and still images, and software able to stitch together images.
Telemedicine advocates in the San Diego region are applauding new rules from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that have the potential to greatly broaden reimbursements for telehealth care.
TECH: Virtualization Platform Gets Product Delivery Infrastructure
The merger of San Diego-based Overland Storage into Sphere 3D Corp. of Canada, completed earlier this month, creates a business with about $100 million in revenue, but the upside is much greater, said Eric Kelly, chairman and chief executive of Sphere 3D.
CLEAN-TECH: Lighting Company Cuts Energy Costs, Reduces Carbon Emissions
The Vista-based lighting company that championed natural light fixtures inside homes has taken on larger, more powerful designs that could reduce electric bills for large facilities and cut down on carbon emissions.
SOFTWARE: Partnership Possibilities Include the Military, Internet Companies
Deacon Johnson approaches his software business with the righteous indignation of a parent.
Batu Biologics Inc., a biotechnology company developing a cancer vaccine that targets a tumor's blood vessels, announced the filing of an Investigational Drug Application (IND) with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its lead immune therapy, ValloVax.
Koriist, a high-tech company in residence at EvoNexus’ downtown technology incubator, has been chosen for funding by Cisco Systems Inc., according to Rory Moore, CEO of EvoNexus.
Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. acknowledged on Dec. 10 that it plans to transfer or lay off about 600 workers, with half in California and half outside the country.
DB Networks, a Carlsbad provider of cyber security for computer networks, said it obtained $17 million in new financing led by Grotech Ventures of Vienna, Va.
La Jolla Pharmaceutical Co., a business developing therapies for life-threatening diseases, and George Washington University announced that they have entered into an exclusive worldwide license agreement.
Chicago-based Invenergy Clean Power LLC announced the successful close of financing and the start of commercial operation of its Desert Green Solar Farm in Borrego Springs.
Entercom Communications Corp., a Pennsylvania-based operator of radio stations, said it agreed to acquire Lincoln Financial Media and its 15 radio stations, including three in San Diego, for $105 million plus working capital.
CONNECT, a San Diego-based technology business accelerator founded by the University of California, San Diego, held its 27th annual Most Innovative New Products Awards on Thursday.
Cymer LLC introduced a new laser light source, an essential component for the machines that turn out microchips, this month.