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|September 13, 2006||ClearOrbit opts against offshoring|
An Austin company that specializes in supply-chain software is opening a new research and development facility in Starksville, Miss.
ClearOrbit Inc. built its new development center in collaboration with nearby Mississippi State University. The center expands ClearOrbit's research and development capacity while providing employment opportunities for MSU computer science graduates.
Undergraduate and graduate students from MSU already staff the center, and the company anticipates that number will increase in the coming year.
|August 7, 2006||Nanotech Lures Bankers, VCs With Promise of $1 Trillion Market |
After decades of hype and false starts, the National Science Foundation forecasts that $1 trillion worth of nanotechnology- enabled products will be on the market by 2015. This year, corporations and governments will spend more than $11 billion on nanotechnology research, according to Cientifica, a London-based consulting firm.
Sevin Rosen had created Innovalight two years earlier with Arch Venture Partners LP's Austin office and Austin-based Triton Ventures Inc. after University of Texas researchers developed ``nano ink.''
The fluid held microscopic bits of silicon that caught and stored the sun's energy. The VCs posited the substance might help make long-lasting light bulbs or cheap solar panels.
``We liked it because it addressed enormous markets,'' Triton Managing Director Scott Collier says. ``This was highly risky but potentially revolutionary.''
|March 1, 2006||Statement of Hart Regarding The California State Volume Reliability Test Report|
The California Voting Systems Technology Assessment Office recently conducted a Volume Reliability test on Hart InterCivicís Voting System 6.1, including the eSlate with VBO (Verifiable Ballot Option) and eScan precinct ballot imaging system. The state certification testing conducted between December 12, 2005 and February 22, 2006, confirmed Hartís eSlate with VBO (Hartís Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail solution) conforms to and meets the voting system requirements of the State of California.
|February 28, 2006||Green Mountain Energy Company launches eMission Solutions to help companies offset carbon dioxide emissions and mitigate carbon risk|
Austin, TX, February 28, 2006 Ė Green Mountain Energy Company, one of the nation's leading retail providers of cleaner electricity products, announced today that the company is expanding its business with the launch of eMission Solutions (www.greenmountain.com/eMission), a portfolio of carbon reduction services for commercial and institutional sector clients looking to improve their environmental position.
|January 12, 2006||Let There Be Nano|
Einstein explained it a century ago and won a Nobel Prize. Now we make use of it every day--inefficiently. It's called the photoelectric effect: light can produce electricity. Electricity produces light. But solar energy still costs more than the fossil- fuel variety. And our lightbulbs and fluorescent tubes waste half their energy.
InnovaLight Inc. wants to help.
|November 29, 2005||Hart InterCivic eSlate system certified by state of Pennsylvania|
The Pennsylvania Secretary of State's office certified the eSlate for elections there after the system met the state's certification requirements.
Austin-based Hart InterCivic's eSlate system combines voting equipment with election management software used to create ballots, tabulate and report votes, and manage equipment inventory and data.
|October 26, 2005||Hart InterCivicís Anthem System Integrates with Landata e-Recording System to Enable Remote Electronic Recording|
Landata Technologies, Inc. and Hart InterCivic, Inc. have signed an alliance agreement supporting integration between the Landata e-Recording Systemô (LERS) and the Hart InterCivic Anthemô System, a document management and imaging system for county clerks and registers of deeds that fully supports electronic recording through its eRecorder module.
|September 20, 2005||PA. taps Hart InterCivic for electronic voting equipment|
Electronic voting company Hart InterCivic Inc. was chosen by the Pennsylvania Department of State to provide electronic voting systems in several Pennsylvania counties.
|June 24, 2005||Hart InterCivic Releases First Public XML Standard for Transfer of US Election Data|
Hart InterCivic, a leader in providing electronic voting technology to meet the national priority on election reform, has released a new public XML standard for exchange of critical information required to effectively manage elections, including cast vote data, election management data, and ballot definition data.
|May 27, 2005||Hart InterCivic to Implement Groundbreaking Redaction Project in Orange County, Florida to Protect Personal Data in Public Records |
Hartís Anthem Redaction Services will Ensure Privacy of Personal Information in Orange County Public Records While Still Allowing Public Access to Records Via the Internet
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