The San Diego business that provides office information technology as a service made the announcement Dec. 5.
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Qualcomm Inc.’s top-of-the-line processor is at the center of new personal computers running the Windows operating system.
Anzu Partners, a private equity and venture capital firm that recently closed a $128.4 million fund to invest in industrial technology companies, has opened an office in La Jolla.
San Diego-based private equity firm has promoted Suken Vakil and Randy Guttman to general partner.
The debate over the future of Qualcomm Inc. turned into a power struggle on Dec. 4, when Broadcom Ltd. nominated candidates for all 11 seats on Qualcomm’s board of directors.
Human Longevity Inc. CEO Cynthia Collins is out after less than a year in the top spot at the San Diego-based genomics company.
The Pentagon bought six months of satellite communication services from Viasat, exercising a $20.9 million option to an existing services contract.
Vista-based company TetraVue, a developer of high-definition 4D LIDAR technology, said it has received additional funding to accelerate the commercialization of its long range, high-resolution 4D camera.
TuSimple said Nov. 28 that it received $55 million in series C funding.
ViaSat Inc. has signed up its first value-added reseller for its high-speed in-flight internet service for private jets.
The busy investment arm of Qualcomm has spied another startup it hopes will go big.
“Time to detection is kind of a big deal in our business,” says Peter Bybee.
Cabrillo Isle Marina on Harbor Island has turned to technology to help it solve a chronic, annoying problem — floating bottles, cans and other trash that accumulates where people store their boats.
Cubic Corp. said Nov. 21 that it received a 10-year, $575 million contract from Boston’s rapid transit provider. Under the deal, Cubic (NYSE: CUB) will design, build, operate and maintain a next-generation fare payment system for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. Commuters will be able to use mobile phones and bank cards to pay their fares.