Tuesday, October 19, 2004
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Metapa Raises $8M For Data Warehouse Database Software
Sherman Oaks-based Metapa has closed a Series C funding worth $8M. The new round of funding was led by Mission Ventures, EDF Ventures, and Dawntreader Ventures. Metapa is developing high performance data warehousing software based on open source components. The company said that the funding would be used for further expansion of its growing software business. Separately, the company announced that it has added Steve Millard as VP Worldwide Sales, and Gary Butler as VP of Worldwide Systems Engine (More info...)

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Researchers Create Longest Carbon Nanotubes
UC Irvine researchers announced yesterday that they have created the world's longest electrically conducting nanotubes, a breakthrough the school says may lead to the development of extremely strong, lightweight materials and ultra dense nano-memory arrays. Nanotubes are also expected to yield advances that will enable ultralow-loss power lines, and nano-biosensors for biomedical applications. The school said the nanotubes were 0.4cm long, over 10 times longer than previously reported. The break (More info...)

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Yahoo Completes Musicmatch Acquisition
San Diego-based Musicmatch and search engine giant Yahoo! announced today that Yahoo has completed its acquisition of Musicmatch. Musicmatch provides digital music management software and online music services, and will be incorporated into Yahoo's online services. The company's latest offering is Musicmatch On Demand, a streaming music subscription service. The previously announced acquisition was worth $160M in cash.

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TimeSpring Announces Continuous Data Protection Software
Newport Beach-based TimeSpring announced that its continuous data protection software for Windows computers is now available. The company's software provides continuous data protection, capturing all changes to application data on Microsoft Windows servers. The software allows companies to protect from data loss, corruption, and security breaches to any point in time. The company also maintains offices in Montreal.

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Pacific Image Adds Digital Photo Album Accessory
Torrance-based Pacific Image Elctronics announced a new digital photo accessory today. The company's new PrimeFoto product allows digital camera users to create digital photo albums and slideshows on CD, without need for a personal computer. The new device takes memory cards, connects to a television, and can be used to edit and create slideshows with narration and music. The company said that its new device supports memory cards in the CF I/II, Microdrive, SD, MMC, SM, MS, MS pro, MS duo and x (More info...)

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