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Author Archives: Nashua Telegraph
NASHUA – Fred Kocher can see the TV advertisements now: two large letter Es zooming in from opposite sides of the screen, coming together in the middle to represent the two factors he believes are key to the state’s success: education and economy.
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NASHUA – It’s the Nashua technology world’s version of man bites dog: Brian Susnock, of Desktek, issuing a press release to praise the incumbent telephone company.
“These people have really put some intelligence behind the design of the network… Continue reading
MANCHESTER – Entrepreneurs developing new products often face an uphill battle explaining value to customers, but the learning curve doesn’t get much steeper than when you’re working with Bitcoin, the digital sort-of currency that has drawn fasci… Continue reading
NASHUA – Overlooking the Nashua River in their Millyard Technology Park office, complete with an in-house badminton court, employees of Zco Corp. are working to develop some of the most outrageous and innovative device apps available on the market.
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MILFORD – Fish-finders may have been around for many years, but Airmar Corp. is showing that a lot of business growth still can be built on top of the technology.
The 30-year-old firm is building a 52,000-square-foot addition to handle more manufactu… Continue reading
NASHUA – Turning a chunk of metal into a gear or a bolt or some other usable part requires knowing how to use big, complicated tools – like a 2-ounce USB stick.
“Offline programming is a big part of the job,” said Jeff Heath, a retired Sanders… Continue reading
A Verizon advertisement airing on national television features a “telepresence” robot from Nashua firm VGo.
The ad shows a boy who has unspecified health problems that keep him at home attending class via a VGo robot.
It is a simulation done wit… Continue reading
In the face of a competitive market for solar-power cells, GT Advanced Technologies is consolidating its furnace business in Merrimack and is looking to sell a solar wafer manufacturing facility in St. Louis, which it bought for $60 million in August 2… Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is another in an occasional series of stories examining 50 years of Nashua business. Stories and multimedia pieces will focus on Milestones, Hidden Assets, and Movers and Shakers in the city’s business community.
HUDSON – Fif… Continue reading
NASHUA – Lower rent, fewer taxes, proximity to Route 128, and a spiffy new industrial park are good ways for Nashua to lure high-tech Massachusetts firms, but Tuesday’s presentation of AspenTech’s new research center showed it also helps if the C… Continue reading