The U.S. Navy’s satellite network is trusty, but it needs an update. So it has tapped ViaSat Inc. for some help.
Software Takes Much of the Pain Out of Filing Development Profiles on Children
Gene Shi and Lala Zhang probably would not have built their particular business without the arrival of their daughter, Audrey.
Intel Corp. sees a significant role for itself in the ultrafast, fifth-generation wireless communications system due out in the next few years. The business “intends to play a unique role in the end-to-end deployment of 5G,” said Murthy Renduchintala, the second-highest ranking executive with the Silicon Valley chip maker.
TECH: Antenna Maker Expects to Have at Least $9.8M to Work With
After a 15-month absence, a rare bird called the IPO returned to San Diego.
TECH: Co.’s Toys Aim to Take Advantage Of Emphasis on STEM
It’s almost noon and the sidewalks of La Jolla are busy with people walking their dogs.
General Dynamics NASSCO received a $511 million contract from Matson Navigation Co. Inc. to build two ships able to haul containers and other cargo on routes to Hawaii, the companies announced Aug. 25.
General Dynamics NASSCO plans to launch the 610-foot petroleum tanker Constitution into San Diego Bay on Aug. 27. The ceremony — also planned to include the traditional christening with a champagne bottle — will be open to the public.
The U.S. Army said on Aug. 23 that it awarded Herman Construction Group Inc. of Escondido a contract worth $15.9 million.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. will play a part in getting the U.S. Air Force’s new aerial refueling tanker off the ground.
Cubic Corp. has named Darryl Albertson as its chief human resources and diversity officer.