Hamilton-Based Voxware Celebrates 25 Years
When Keith Phillips, president and CEO of Voxware (Hamilton), reflected on his company’s 25th anniversary during an interview with NJTechWeekly.com, his pride was evident. “Our 25th year is a tremendous accomplishment,” he said. “We see companies in the industries we serve closing their doors because they were unable to deliver for their customers. We’re very excited to celebrate this achievement.”
Get Ready! Propelify Innovation Festival Scheduled to Fly Again on Hoboken Waterfront May 17
f you are in the tech and entrepreneurship community, and aren’t familiar with Propelify, you should be. Propelify is the tech and innovation festival that takes place on the Hoboken Waterfront each spring. It’s the place to be if you want to stay ahead of the curve and see what’s coming around the corner. It’s a day filled with fun, innovation, startup talks, connections, tech and so much more. Last year some 10,000 people from the region attended the festival
At Liberty Science Center, Data from NOAA Creates Vivid Simulations on Six-Foot Suspended Globe
he Liberty Science Center (Jersey City) is opening an exhibit at its new Weston Family Lab for Earth and Space Exploration to coincide with Astronomy Day (April 21) and Earth Day (April 22). The exhibit, “Science on a Sphere,” is a suspended sphere, six-feet in diameter, that displays the Earth (or other planets) in brilliant detail. It was developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
“Standby Virtual Desktops” Give TetherView a Competitive Edge, CEO Michael Abboud Says
TetherView, a custom private-cloud company that moved into the Oceanport section of the former Fort Monmouth in 2015, has introduced a new service to help companies continue operating after being hacked, software failures, laptop mishaps or natural disasters.
Upper Saddle River’s Cavallini Middle School Wins $150,000 in Prizes from Samsung for Concussion-Sensing Project
Just as the students at Emil A. Cavallini Middle School, in Upper Saddle River, were beginning to consider what project to do for Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Contest, one of their friends suffered a concussion in a football game. The rest is history.