The monumental Dell-EMC merger is a sign that, among other things, Dell can now be a competitor to the likes of Hewlett-Packard and IBM in selling everything from servers to storage to networking.
While Dell may have already offered those services,... Read more »
OK, so this really happened. For $67 billion, the biggest technology deal in history. What’s surprising is how little impact people seem to think it will have on the industry.
Texas computer giant Dell has agreed to acquire Hopkinton, MA-based EMC... Read more »
While biotech and software are the sectors commonly associated with North Carolina innovation, cleantech has quietly emerged as its own economic bright spot.
North Carolina’s renewable energy capacity now totals more than 1 gigawatt, making it the fourth state to cross... Read more »
Techstars has made its views on diversity in the tech sector no secret. The Boulder, CO-based accelerator operator made commitments to the White House earlier this year, alongside various other prominent national organizations, to improve diversity in the industry by doubling... Read more »
Here are the highlights in life science news as the Carolinas starts to dry out from a soggy 12 straight days of rain:
—The Research Triangle Foundation, which manages Research Triangle Park, secured $50 million from public and private sources to... Read more »
There was a meeting Monday in Washington, D.C., to discuss some of the latest advances in gene editing, a field that has profound medical, agricultural, social, and ethical implications for society. At the lunch break, the webcast played over and over... Read more »
NContact, a medical device company focused on treatments for heart rhythm disorders, is set to be acquired by AtriCure in a cash and stock deal valued at $99 million.
AtriCure (NASDAQ: ATRC), a company that also focuses on devices... Read more »
It happens over and over again with new science. A discovery prompts crazy hype and massive investment that the data aren’t ready to support. A crash ensues, backers lose millions, egos are bruised—yet the pioneers slowly trudge forward. They regroup, away... Read more »
North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park, for decades a source of inventions in technology and life sciences, is preparing to reinvent itself.
Founded through a collaboration of industry, government, and academia, the Park is turning to public-private partnerships once again to spark... Read more »
When it comes to investing in technology startups, anywhere beyond Silicon Valley is considered a “secondary market.” It’s just not possible to find a comparable density of super angel investors, venture capital firms, and tech startups anywhere else. Of the nearly... Read more »