Gets Analytics Operations in Predixion Deal
A number of local companies and investors stand to benefit from Irvine-based smart technology provider Greenwave Systems Inc.’s acquisition of Predixion Software in Aliso Viejo.
New Regional Manager Oversees Area Expansion
Sam Attisha, Cox Communications Inc.’s new regional manager for Orange County, has laid out his top priorities in overseeing one of the company’s most important markets.
TECHNOLOGY: Revenue about $100 million for 2 years
Kington Technology Inc. has sold more than 1 million headsets geared for gamers since releasing its first model a little over two years ago.
Irvine-based smart technology provider Greenwave Systems Inc. bought Predixion Software in Aliso Viejo on undisclosed terms.
Uses Artificial Intelligence to Detect Malware; Adds Consumers to Federal, Corporate Clients
Cylance Inc.’s security software was lauded recently by federal officials for playing a key role in discovering and mitigating one of the largest government data breaches in U.S. history.
SPORTS: Team’s training camp was school’s showcase
University of California-Irvine is still buzzing in the aftermath of the Los Angeles Rams holding their first training camp in Southern California in 22 years.
Orange Startup Keeps Seniors Connected
Orange-based startup tablet maker grandPad Inc. has partnered with Switzerland’s largest telecom in its first international expansion.
University of California-Irvine next week opens the first eSports area run by a public university.
Former Blizzard Entertainment Inc. Creative Director Rob Pardo has started a gaming studio in Irvine that aims to build the types of interactive worlds that made his former company a pioneer in the industry.
TECHNOLOGY: Sees IoT as pathway back to profits
Jeff Benck’s new game plan for Irvine-based Lantronix Inc. is in motion after taking the helm of the sputtering networking equipment maker late last year.
TECHNOLOGY: Will cut 3 plants, 1,900 jobs in Asia as hard drives lag
Western Digital Corp. will close three manufacturing plants and cut 1,900 jobs in Asia in a move that shifts more production to its sprawling Silicon Valley operation and elsewhere.
Aug. 30 Release Already Boosted Company’s Sales
Expect another strong quarter for Irvine-based Blizzard Entertainment Inc. with the Aug. 30 release of “World of Warcraft: Legion,” the sixth expansion set of the franchise role-playing game.
Netlist Inc. will sell $15 million in common stock, the Irvine-based storage equipment maker said today.
Four at EvoNexus Pitch In Huawei Exec Sessions
Three startups housed at the EvoNexus incubator at University Research Park and another startup based in Irvine held private meetings with representatives from Huawei Technologies Co., one of the largest diversified electronics makers in the world.
Smith Micro Software Inc. has regained compliance with the NASDAQ Stock Market’s minimum bid price requirement, the Aliso Viejo company announced today.
The parent company of Aliso Viejo-based startup FantasyAces LLC has entered an agreement to acquire a database of fantasy sports players from Gaming Nation Inc.
TECHNOLOGY: Powers streaming content channel for TV maker
Technology by Irvine-based XUMO is powering a free streaming content service geared for U.S. customers of LG Electronics Inc., the world’s second largest TV manufacturer.
Hard Drive Sales Sink To Five-Year Low at 40M
Western Digital Corp.’s hard drive sales have fallen to the lowest level since heavy monsoons and record floods shut down its Thailand manufacturing hub nearly five years ago.
17 Biggest Down 756 Jobs To Just Under 4K Workers
Big job cuts at Broadcom Ltd. following its $37 billion sale in February to Singapore-based Avago Technologies Inc. and a string of divestitures fueled one of the steepest local employment drops in the chip sector in years.
Sensors, Already Popular With Amateurs, Move Up
World-class surfer and part-time San Clemente resident Jordy Smith is trying to level the playing field, not against the competition, but Mother Nature.
Records Integration One Of Series of Tech Changes
Irvine-based St. Joseph Health, one of the largest healthcare operators in Orange County, set out four years ago to establish a single electronic record for each patient who visits any of its 16 hospitals spread across California, Texas and New Mexico.
A manufacturer in Irvine has won a nearly $97 million contract to supply weapon components to the U.S. Army.
Gym Battle Provides Face Time With Game’s Fans
Fountain Valley-based Kingston Technology Inc. is the latest OC tech company trying to capitalize on the Pokémon Go craze sweeping the globe.
Twitch.tv, the world’s largest live-streaming site for gaming content, acquired Irvine-based Curse Inc., which creates content for gamers.
Twitch.tv, the world’s largest live-streaming site for gaming content, has acquired Irvine-based Curse Inc., which creates content for gamers.
Shares of Smith Micro Software Inc. are down in its first trading session after the Aliso Viejo-based company initiated a reverse stock split before the start of trading today.
Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. took naming rights of the Los Angeles Rams practice facility at the University of California-Irvine.
Obama Adviser Marks Increased Applications
Michelle Lee, a senior economic adviser to President Barack Obama and the country’s top patent official, in a recent interview with the Business Journal highlighted the importance of new technologies related to cybersecurity, a growing area of specialization in Orange County.
Led By T-Mobile, Which Added 175 Employees
The continued growth of T-Mobile USA Inc. and Mobilitie LLC’s local operations boosted the employment of the largest telecommunications companies in Orange County over the year ended July 31.
EnCore’s New Airliner Seat Certification Unit Ready To Leverage Boeing Contract to Gain Market Share
An acceleration sled propelled by two compressed air tanks has just concluded one of its first thrusts down a 120-foot runway in a renovated wing at the Huntington Beach headquarters of EnCore Aerospace LLC.
Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. has taken naming rights of the Los Angeles Rams practice facility at University of California-Irvine.
Smith Reflects on Pass Of Chance to Buy Dell Unit
The allure of taking over the business software unit he grew to about $1 billion in annual revenue until its $2.8 billion sale in 2012 to Dell Inc. wasn’t enough to win over Vinny Smith.
Irvine will become the latest U.S. market to feature Google Inc.’s new super-speedy Internet service for businesses and residents—with a caveat: The Mountain View-based tech giant initially is rolling out the service only to select Irvine Co. properties, the companies said today.
The dining room table is Vinny Smith’s preferred office these days.
New Career at Newport Beach-Based Storytelling Enterprise ‘Feels Right’
Kobe Bryant has enlisted some Hollywood big men to craft the next chapter of his life after basketball.
How OC’s Wealthiest Got Much Wealthier
This year’s crop of OC’s richest residents managed to outpace the market by a longshot, thanks to a number of additions and several deals that helped boost the combined wealth of the 45 entries to $72.5 billion.
Douglas Acquisitions Picks Up Lake Forest-Based Firm
Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide’s recent sale to Douglas Acquisitions LLC may provide the runway and resources to finally put the Lake Forest-based company on solid financial ground after years of tweaking its business model and product lines.
Irvine-based Western Digital Corp. reported lower annual sales and adjusted profits.
Irvine-based Western Digital Corp. co-led a $77 million funding round for a Redwood City startup with noted Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers.
Irvine-based Vizio Inc. has been acquired for $2 billion by LeEco, a conglomerate based in China.
Ener-Core Grants Rights To Make, Sell Industrial Units
A new licensing and manufacturing deal with Dresser-Rand could bring profitability to Irvine-based Ener-Core Inc. after nearly a decade in the red.
Ingram Micro Inc.’s pending $6 billion sale to Chinese conglomerate Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co. Ltd. has run into its first hurdle that could ultimately derail the deal.
Lake Forest-based Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide Inc. was purchased by Douglas Acquisitions LLC, an affiliate of second-position secured creditors.
Newport Beach-based startup Predictive Inc. has acquired a Silicon Valley software maker developing advanced learning applications.
TECHNOLOGY: Citigroup among backers of cybersecurity specialist
One of Orange County’s fastest growing companies is crafting a strategy to claim new ground with a push into the consumer market.
Epicor Originally in Irvine, Dell Unit Came From Quest
Two software makers with deep roots in Orange County that helped develop the industry here quietly changed hands in private equity deals.
Vinny Smith’s Toba Capital in Newport Beach has led an $11 million Series A round for business software maker Grow.
The Los Angeles Rams will hold the team’s annual summer training camp at University of California-Irvine for the next three years.
Some See Better Breaks, Others Innovate on Own
Vast strategic and management changes and hundreds of local job cuts initiated over the past few years at Broadcom Corp. and more recently at Broadcom Ltd. are creating opportunities for former executives that ultimately could reshape Orange County’s technology landscape.
Laguna Beach-based virtual reality content maker NextVR Inc. raised $20 million from CITIC Guoan Information Industry, a state-owned investment firm in China.
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