Thursday, October 21, 2004
Project T2 a Technology Transfer Conference
Project T2
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November 11, 2004
Wilshire Grand, Los Angeles
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Axesstel Receives VC Investment
San Diego-based Axesstel, a publicly listed developer of CDMA-based fixed wireless products, said today that it has received a private investment from funds managed by ComVentures. The $3M funding represents a 19.8% interest in the company, and came as a private investment in public equity (PIPE) deal. Axesstel maintains research and development offices in Korea.

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Quantum Buys Certance For $60M
Storage products maker Quantum said yesterday that it is buying Costa Mesa-based Certance, a developer of tape drive products and data protection technology. Quantum is acquiring all of Certance for $60M in cash. Quantum said that it would add the Certance line of tape drives to its lineup, acquiring Travan, DDS/DAT, and LTO/Ultrium drive formats to its lineup of supported tape drives. Quantum also said that it believed that the Certance acquisition would help complement its channel business, co (More info...)

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WebSideStory Makes Foray Into Web Services
San Diego-based WebSideStory is making a foray into making its web analytics services available via Web Services. According to the company, it is launching an application programming interface (API) suite based on the SOAP/XML Web Services standards in order to allow its partners to integrate their products direcetly with its software. Partners will be able to connect to its analytics reporting services programatically through the HBX Stream services. The new API service is targeted at online ma (More info...)

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St. Bernard Ships Microsoft Enabled Backup
San Diego-based St. Bernard Software said today that it is shipping the latest version of its Open File Manager software. The company's software's latest version now includes support for Microsoft's Volume Shadow Copy Service, which enables backup and recovery for the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system. St. Bernard's software enables the ability for backup applications to back up files that are open and in use, providing a consistent file image for backups.

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