While our reach to create technologies that drive human progress at Dell Technologies spans the globe, we are fiercely dedicated to recognizing and fostering innovation in our local communities.Recently, we supported this cause as the presenting sponsor of the seventh annual NEVY Awards (“The NEVYs”) in Boston, Massachusetts. We joined the New England Venture Capital Association (NEVCA) in proudly honoring many like-minded companies who are fueled by a similar desire to create innovative technologies and solutions that will enable customers to thrive in the digital future.The NEVYs honor both early- and late-stage companies, and the venture capitalists who support them, and include a wide variety of the region’s thriving industry clusters. This year’s 12 award categories recognize local companies and their investors. Final winners are selected by the NEVYs Technology, Healthcare and Life Sciences Academies.In addition to the NEVYs, we’re active in a variety of other channels and local initiatives to help bring innovation to life. For example, our venture arm Dell Technologies Capital, provides early-stage companies with investments and specialized guidance to kickstart and accelerate their growth. We’re extremely proud that Boston-based companies Nasuni and Nantero are among DTC’s portfolio.We hosted MassForward: A Vision for 2030, to encourage conversations about how our local communities can continue to participate in the expansion and adaptation of emerging technologies. These discussions between industry leaders, government officials and technology specialists ensure that the resources to advance the state’s social and economic growth are at the forefront.Dell Technologies has also cultivated close partnerships with organizations like Cambridge research and engineering firm Draper, who is developing a constellation of toaster sized satellites that can collect ultra-high-resolution images covering the entire surface of the planet. These images help scientists identify areas where fire-related water contamination is a risk. By transforming their IT infrastructure, Draper engineers have been able to increase their productivity, and develop new technologies with the ability to determine the potential spread of diseases, combat animal poaching, and predict severe weather events.Massachusetts is no stranger to innovation. In fact, a recent Bloomberg study showed that Massachusetts was the second most innovative state in the U.S., second only to California. Some might say it’s a statistical tie for #1. We at Dell Technologies are dedicated to keeping this strong momentum going.Let’s take a moment to celebrate the below NEVY winners, for their ongoing commitment to making innovation a reality in the technology, life science and healthcare industries.Check out photos from the event on social media using #NEVYs19. Bloomberg, California Is the Most Innovative Economy in America, April 16, 2019
94 Laurel Avenue, Chelmer. Supplied: Diakrit“The home had generated a lot of interest due to its aspirational position on what’s broadly accepted as Brisbane’s best street,’’ Mr Robson said.“Currently living in France, the buyer is Australian and moving back to Brisbane with his French wife and young child after an extended time working internationally.’’ 94 Laurel Ave, ChelmerIt sold under the hammer for $2,675,000. The 1916 Queenslander was owned by a couple who were running their medical practice in Emerald so were unable to be on site on the day.The buyer was also absent. Being based overseas his brother attended and relayed the auction on the telephone.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by 94 Laurel Ave, ChelmerAN Aussie expat on the phone from France was the successful bidder for a classic Queenslander in Chelmer which sold under the hammer for $2.675 million.More than 100 people turned out to watch the auction of 94 Laurel Ave, known as Wyndamere in front of a crowd of more than 100 people. 94 Laurel Ave, Chelmer“He’s excited to come home and be with his extended family once more.’’The home retained many of its traditional features including VJ walls, high ceilings, timber floors and original windows.It had five bedrooms, a central kitchen and large decks. 94 Laurel Ave, ChelmerThe home was marketed by Brad Robson and Peter May of Place Graceville.Mr Robson said there had been strong interest from overseas based buyers in the house.There were 72 groups through during the campaign, five were international buyers, seven were from interstate and the remaining were from all over Brisbane.
Kongsberg Maritime has completed the sale of its US-based underwater technology company Hydroid to Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII).The two companies entered into $350-million sale and purchase agreement in February this year.Back in 2007, Kongsberg Maritime acquired Hydroid for $80 million.In connection with the transaction, Kongsberg Maritime and HII have entered into a strategic alliance agreement effective as of today.The agreement relates to underwater technology from Kongsberg’s underwater environment in Horten, as well as a wider range of Kongsberg’s maritime solutions.The deal aims to strengthen both parties’ abilities to sell their products and solutions to both US and global customers in the underwater segments.