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Category Archives: Mass High Tech
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), an Ethernet testbed, has created a new consortium to help semiconductor businesses address the automotive industry’s requirement of in-vehicle networking. Continue reading
Conway, N.H.-based developer of 3-D facial recognition technology for the military and law enforcement Animetrics Inc. is expanding with a new office in Washington, D.C., the company said Tuesday. Continue reading
Electronic components manufacturer Standex International Corp. (NYSE:SXI) has acquired Meder Electronic Group, a Singen, Germany and Wareham, Mass. manufacturer of switches, relays and sensors, Standex announced Wednesday.
You’ve probably see grainy surveillance video footage from convenience store robberies and thought to yourself, “how come they never seem to get really clear shots of those guys?” Now they can, with the help of Conway, N.H.-based Animetrics Inc.,… Continue reading
A New Hampshire company that makes a plastic bottle cap which injects a dose of vitamins into water, Liquid Health Labs Inc., has filed for its first round of outside, institutional funding.
Defense subcontractor Mercury Computer Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: MRCY) will acquire Micronetics Inc. (Nasdaq: NOIZ), a designer and manufacturer of microwave and radio frequency components used electronic warfare, radar, electronic countermeasures, satelli… Continue reading
Nanocomp Technologies Inc. in Merrimack, N.H. announced that global chemical company DuPont will participate in a $25 million round expected to close later this year, and that the two companies will partner to create armor as well as lightweight, corru… Continue reading
Dynamic Network Services (Dyn) is led by executives who were born and raised in New Hampshire who not only tout Manchester as a great place for tech startups, but who are each actively involved in organizations with the same mission of bringing busines… Continue reading
Single Digits Inc. in Manchester, N.H., which creates software for hotels, retail stores and organizations to manage high speed Internet access, has received $10 million in funding from Boston-based Tudor Growth Equity, the private equity arm of Tudor … Continue reading
They aren’t working out of their basement or garage, but two enterepreneurs with new technology solving different needs will share their business or technology challenges to a group of executives and entrepreneurs. Jason Syversen and Samuel Corbitt o… Continue reading