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Ricardo

Ricardo Completes Purchase Of California Tech Center

Ricardo Inc., the Van Buren Township-based American affiliate of the United Kingdom manufacturing technology provider Ricardo plc, announced it had completed the purchase of a 20,000-square-foot tech center in Santa Clara, Calif.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/20/2014

lakeside software

Lakeside Software And Login VSI Offer Complete Solution For VDI Performance

Lakeside Software, the Bloomfield Hills-based provider of IT analytics and business intelligence software, Monday announced what it called the next step in its partnership with Santa Clara, Calif.-based Login VSI Inc., a provider of virtual desktop performance and load-testing services and support.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/26/2013

University of Michigan engineering students prepare solar car, designed with the help of Agilent instruments, for World Solar Challenge in Australia, Oct. 6. (Photo: Business Wire)

Agilent Technologies Part Of UM Solar Car Team

Santa Clara, Calif.-based Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) and the University of Michigan announced Agilent’s support of the university’s solar car team. Agilent will provide a 200-MHz capacitive touch-screen oscilloscope as well as a handheld oscilloscope and a triple-output power supply to support the team’s solar-car engineering program, from design through competition.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/21/2013

Solar Power

Ann Arbor VC Helps Finance Software To Value Renewable Energy Projects

Ann Arbor-based Augment Ventures announced Monday it was part of a recent $2 million Series A investment in Santa Clara, Calif-based Mercatus Inc. Mercatus develops origination and syndication management technology for the energy project finance industry.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/10/2013

A view of Houghton, including the Michigan Technological University campus, from Hancock. Matt Roush photo.

Michigan Technological University Saves $1 Million Using BridgeWave 80 GHz Ethernet Links

A California company has saved Michigan Technological University $1 million by using 80-gigahertz millimeter-wave wireless data systems to connect several campus buildings across the Portage Canal separating Houghton and Hancock.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/17/2011

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