Thursday, September 15, 2005
Deloitte Names Fast 50 Winners
Deloitte's annual Technology Fast 50 winners were announced this week, with Santa Monica-based CaseStack heading up the list with 39071% revenue growth over the last 5 years. Other companies ranked in the program included FrontBridge Technologies at number two, followed by Cyber Merchants Exchange,,, Brilliant Digital Entertainment, United Online, and j2 Global Communications. The top ten also included Guidance Software and iolo technologies. The Technology Fast 50 ar (More info...)

posted on Thursday, September 15, 2005(Full story)

PivX Upgrades Desktop Security Software
Newport Beach-based security softwater firm PivX said this week that it has released an upgraded version of its desktop Intrusion Prevention Software. The company's PreEmpt 2.0 software patches Windows based systems from known security vulnerabilties. The company looks to protect Windows systems from viruses and hackers by automatically blocking and fixing known security issues. The upgraded software includes enhanced detection and reporting of attacks, and tools to prevent buffer overflow issue (More info...)

posted on Thursday, September 15, 2005(Full story)

Zetera Technology Goes To Market With Netgear
Irvine-based Zetera said this week that the first commercial product to incorporate its IP-based SAN technology is now available. Netgear has shipped a new product, Storage Centeral, based on Zetera's IP storage protocol and technology. Zetera is developing a proprietary IP based storage protocol for connecting storage devices to hosts. The company's technology is targeted at the mass consumer market, and is designed for incorporation into storage hardware systems.

posted on Thursday, September 15, 2005(Full story)

RFDomus Samples GPS ICs
Irvine-based RFDomus has announced that it is now shipping pre-production samples of the company's radio frequency (RF) ICs for the wireless communications market. The company's RFIC for global positioning systems are now available. The company is targeting portable electronic devices and cell handsets with its GPS chip. The chip is purchased by manufacturers who want to implement GPS functionality in their hardware. RFDomus is backed by Digicom S.p.A.

posted on Thursday, September 15, 2005(Full story)

Alignent Goes Offshore
Carlsbad-based enterprise planning software firm Alignent said this week that it is opening two offshore development centers. The company said that it is establishing two offshore research and development centers, one each in India and the Philippines. The company said that the new centers will accelerate its time to market for its software and scale up its production capability. Alignent said that opening the two centers will help the company meet increasing product demand while remaining finan (More info...)

posted on Thursday, September 15, 2005(Full story)

Creating Systems That Know
Creating Systems That Know

September 15, 2005. Orange - UCI Extension/Knowledge Foundations
invites you to a FREE presentation by Dr. Richard L. Ballard, Ph.D.
entitled "Creating Systems That Know". Inventor of theory-based semantic web technology, Dr. Ballard discusses new break-through knowledge science, theory-based semantic web technologies and knowledge engineering. Tested and proven through 50 projects of national importance, this technology has the capacity to capture and reason with every form of human knowledge.

In the Information Age, data was important. In the Knowledge Age,
semantics is important. Explore the future of the knowledge-centric
enterprise where machines know, reason, learn and predict outcomes and
consequence just like humans. Detailed flyer on website.

You must be registered for this event:

Sponsored By


Recent Interviews

Browse Issues