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The Defense Department buys big-ticket items, but sometimes it concentrates on the very small.
Two local startups that make water-saving technology will benefit from a grant recently awarded to Cleantech San Diego, which will ultimately get the startups’ products into buildings and homes.
La Jolla’s tech startup Edico Genome Inc. has landed a partnership with Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of Amazon that offers a suite of cloud computing services.
Cubic Corp. closed a $10 million acquisition of Vocality, a U.K.-based specialist in secure communications technology, the companies announced on Nov. 30.
Sorrento Mesa-based AttackIQ Inc. recently closed $8.8 million in series A funding, the company announced on Nov. 30.
Events management software company TicketSauce has raised $2.5 million in a Series A funding round led by Santa Monica-based venture capital firm Draper Frontier Capital.
Qualcomm Inc. told securities regulators Nov. 29 that it arranged $2 billion in letters of credit with four banks to help with its acquisition of Netherlands-based NXP Semiconductors N.V.
San Diego startup Email Copilot has been acquired by New York-based Return Path, an email data software company, for an undisclosed amount. The Email Copilot team, however, isn’t leaving San Diego.
San Diego startup RippleNami Inc. has landed yet another African customer in Kenya-based Linksoft Integrated Services (East Africa) Limited, a midmarket firm offering project management services to several industries.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies named computer entrepreneur Ted Waitt as chairman of its board, effective immediately.
San Diego-based Airgain Inc. — which makes antennas for mobile and household devices — plans to sell up to $46 million of its common stock in a follow-on offering.
San Diego-based Cireson recently opened an office in Tokyo.
San Diego-based video game developer Psyonix Inc. has signed a multiple-floor lease as it expands into downtown’s 1 Columbia Place, according to office tower owner Emmes Realty Services of California LLC.
Proficio, a Carlsbad-based provider of managed cybersecurity detection and response services, has raised $12 million in an international funding round.
Two San Diego companies will bask in recognition during the annual consumer electronics show, set for early January in Las Vegas.