Technology & Telecom News
- Calero Software to be based here with 200 employees
Clearlake Capital Group L.P. this morning announced the formation of Calero Software LLC, which will have its headquarters in Henrietta and employ more than 200 workers here. Calero was formed through the merger of Veramark Technologies Inc.; Pinnacle, a Windstream Corp. company; and Atlanta-based Movero Inc.
- Optics and Imaging Firms
Information was provided by individual firms that responded to an email or faxed survey.
- Pittsford firm bought by ePlus
IT company ePlus Inc.’s subsidiary, ePlus Technology Inc., has acquired Pittsford-based AdviStor Inc.’s assets.
- IP.com acquires California company
Perinton-based intellectual property consultant IP.com has acquired a California patent portfolio management company.
- Telecommunications Equipment Providers
Information was provided by individual telecommunications equipment providers that responded to an email survey. Ranked by number of local full-time employees.
- VirtualScopics completes 1-for-10 reverse stock split
VirtualScopics Inc.’s shares underwent a 1-for-10 reverse split late Wednesday afternoon.
- VirtualScopics names new chairman to succeed Klimasewski
Robert Klimasewski is no longer chairman of VirtualScopics Inc., ending a six-year tenure in that role. The medical image analysis company has named board member Mostafa Analoui as his successor.
- Telecommunications Providers
Information was provided by individual telecommunications providers that responded to an email survey or from other sources. Ranked by number of local employees.
- E3 Technologies merges with Erie County firm
E3 Technologies in Rochester has merged with I-Evolve Technology Services in suburban Buffalo and eventually will do business under the I-Evolve name, officials announced.
- Revenue, operating income decline at Harris RF Communications
Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division in Rochester posted a drop in fourth-quarter sales as revenue in both its segments declined.
- Sofware Developers
Information was provided by individual software developers that responded to an email survey. Ranked by number of local software engineere and programmers.
- SUNY college to transform former Kodak facility to solar center
SUNY’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering is setting up shop in a former Eastman Kodak Co. building in Greece, as part of a $100 million initiative that proponents say will attract solar energy companies to the area.
- Natcore to expand, add jobs at Eastman Business Park
Natcore Technology Inc. will add 27 jobs at its research and development facility at the Eastman Business Park as part of a $914,000 expansion, officials announced Friday.
- IT Support Firms
Information was provided by individual firms that responded to an email or paper survey.
- Rochester Top 100: Toptica grows with focus on scientific fields
- Sky is the limit for new technology venture
- Photo-sharing sites can spur sales, firms find
- Vuzix obtains private placement financing
Vuzix Corp. on Monday said it has obtained $800,000 in private placement financing. CEO Paul Travers said the $800,000 will be used to develop Vuzix’s new M100 Smart Glasses, which are set to reach commercial markets this summer.
- Frontier extends, amends agreement with CEO
Frontier Communications Corp. has entered into an amended agreement with Maggie Wilderotter, its CEO and chairman.
- N.Y. to get $192,000 in Google settlement
Attorneys General of 38 states, including New York, and officials of Washington, D.C., have inked a settlement with Google Inc. over the firms past practice of pulling data off unsecured wireless networks.