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TECH: Big Players Split on Adopting M2M Standards
A 7-month-old proposal to create a universal language for the Internet of Things — put forward by Qualcomm Inc. and joined by 50 companies — now faces some competition.
Qualcomm is changing the venue of its annual Uplinq conference.
San Diego homeowners seeking help on financing improvements to reduce energy and water usage can access a new loan program called PACE for property assessed clean energy.
San Diego-based Kleinfelder Inc., which provides construction engineering and architectural services, has acquired the privately held Hood Engineering & Technical Services of Edmonton, Alberta.
Peter Beetham has taken the CEO’s job at Cibus, the Mira Mesa-based biotech announced July 8.
San Diego-based Omnitracs LLC, a provider of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, appointed Dan Speicher as chief technology officer, the company announced.
Borrego Solar Systems Inc., a San Diego designer, financier and installer of solar systems, said it broke ground on the Seneca Solar Projects, an 8.3 megawatt system in Victorville.
Aspera Technologies Inc., a provider of enterprise solutions for server license management, announced further expansion of its sales and support presence in the U.S. with the opening of a San Diego office, the second in the U.S.
Snapdragon processors power smartphones and tablets.
The project included adding a network operations center.
Active Network LLC will move its headquarters to Dallas with the help of $8.6 million in incentives from the state of Texas.
ViaSat Inc. and Paris-based Eutelsat Communications said on July 1 that they signed what ViaSat called “a pioneering agreement” letting customers of one carrier roam on the other. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
A roundtable meeting to discuss the economic dangers posed by “patent trolls” was held recently by a group of San Diego County business executives and lawyers.
Software: Liquid Grids’ Platform Seeks to Accurately Interpret Conversations
A San Diego-based data analytics company has launched a software-as-a-service platform designed to help health care businesses tap into what’s said on social media and use it to advertise directly to consumers looking online for cures to what ails them.
Software: BP Logix’s BPM Offering Adds Ability To Predict, Learn From Past
Project managers who lament that it never seems to take the amount of time to do things as they thought might want to look at what BP Logix Inc. has developed.