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TECHNOLOGY

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IT Provider Nears $500M in Sales, Aims for $1 Billion

2K Customers Include Big Names Such as Vizio

Irvine-based IT consultancy and service provider Trace3 is on pace to crack $500 million in revenue this year as it attracts new Fortune 500 customers and builds up regional offices.

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QLogic Shares Drop on Outlook

Shares of QLogic Corp. have plummeted today after the Aliso Viejo-based networking gear maker slashed revenue and profit targets for the June quarter, citing a bevy of market challenges.

Irvine Software Maker Acquired

Irvine-based Drawloop Technologies Inc. announced it has been acquired by Bellevue, Washington-based Nintex USA LLC for an undisclosed amount.

Graphene True Game Changer? OCWD Wants to Know

TECHNOLOGY: Hopes to test Lockheed product by year-end

The Orange County Water District is standing ready to test a new technology under development by Lockheed Martin Corp. that could be a game-changer on water treatment, with the potential to lower costs as municipalities and private businesses search for new ways to secure supplies in drought-stricken California.

Bundles Make Big Business for Maker of Security Systems

More Than $70M in Sales To A-List Customers

Priti Sharma moved to Chicago from India at age 16 and at the time had no idea that she would one day own a multimillion-dollar company.

Scripsense Cofounders Aim to Do Well By Doing Good

Gift Card Concept Makes Giving to Charity Easier

Lori Jackson “lived scrip,” as she puts it. The mother of four children attending Serra Catholic School in Rancho Santa Margarita was retrieving gift cards worth thousands of dollars from their backpacks each month and distributing them to friends and family members around the county. The private school would get the cards at a discount, usually 1% to 13%, and resell them through students at face value to parents.

Masimo Gets European Approval of Portable Oximeter

MightySat Rx Device Unavailable in US

Masimo Corp. ended June on a regulatory roll.

New Broadcom Deals Build on China Relationships

Three Ventures Involve Cloud, Set-Tops, Ultra HD

Irvine-based Broadcom Corp., which is set to be acquired for $37 billion by Avago Technologies Ltd., is making a big push in China through strategic partnerships with some of the country’s most influential players.

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Stem Cell Company Opens New SA Facility

PrimeGen Biotech LLC, a stem cell company, has moved from Irvine to a new facility in Santa Ana.

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Ingram Micro Buys Two Companies

Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. has acquired two companies that add to its higher-margin and growing recycling and mobile services business.

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World Poker Tour Sells for $35M

Irvine-based WPT Enterprises Inc., which runs the World Poker Tour, has been acquired for $35 million by one of China’s largest gaming companies.

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Fisker to Open Moreno Valley Plant

Costa Mesa-based Fisker Automotive and Technology Group said in a press release that its first U.S manufacturing plant for the relaunch of the Karma hybrid electric car will be in Moreno Valley.

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Ingram Acquires Saudi Arabia Reseller

Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. has furthered its reach in the Middle East by acquiring the assets of Arabian Applied Technology, the largest value-added reseller in Saudi Arabia.

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Irvine-Based Software Maker Raises $6.5M

Irvine startup Connectifier has raised $6.5 million in a Series A funding round led by True Ventures in Palo Alto.

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Irvine Firm to Makes Games for Oculus Rift

Irvine-based video game designer Ready at Dawn will be among the first companies to partner with Oculus VR Inc. on new gaming titles for the highly anticipated Oculus Rift headset that was unveiled today in San Francisco.