Ken Lamneck, the president and CEO of Insight Enterprises Inc. in Tempe, announced on Thursday that he will retire at the end of the year. Lamneck, who has been at Insight since 2010, will retire effective Dec. 31. He will continue to serve in his current roles and as a member of the board until […]
QS World University Rankings has released its list of more than 300 of the top universities in the United States, with Arizona State University moving up nearly 30 spots to No. 62 from last year’s position at No. 91. ASU also ranked No. 1 in the state, ahead of both Northern Arizona University and the University of Arizona.
Axon, the Scottsdale-based maker of public safety technology devices, reported its first quarter results for 2021 on Thursday. For the three months ended March 31, net sales hit $195 million, up from $147 million in the same period last year and ahead of analyst expectations of $165 million.
Wilson Electronics, the industry leader in cellular signal amplifier technology, today announced a collaboration with 5G mmWave technology leader ED2 Corporation. ED2’s expertise will round out Wilson Electronics’ 5G technology offerings, supporting the addition of a 5G highband and future midband solution for both indoor and outdoor coverage.
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Arizona Public Service launches Going Green + Going Smart Program; Arizona State University partners with Starbucks on new research and rapid innovation facility; Life365 continues to build upon its Hospital@Home product offering with Eat Fit Go partnership; Netrality ranked among top five USA data centers; Tech Parks Arizona continues to break ground on The Refinery; Intel Corporation announces its new chief diversity and inclusion officer; iSolved acquires workplace giving and volunteer platform Givful; The University of Arizona establishes a new research institute with French center to solve global challenges; CellTrust has been selected by Leverage Financial Advisory for compliant text capture and archive; Panasonic to buy supply-chain software provider BlueYonder for $7.1 billion; and more.
Intel’s billion-gallon milestone in Oregon precedes events focused on the climate currently underway at the U.N. General Assembly. The U.N. reports that water – its availability or scarcity – “is the primary medium through which we will feel the effects of climate change.” Intel’s global commitment to wise water use — through a combination of reuse and recycling, conservation and community-based restoration — is a key element of the company’s 2030 Sustainability Goals.
Benchmark is making meaningful progress towards its sustainability goals. It matters to us that we go above and beyond to ensure a cleaner, more diverse, and safer environment for everyone involved in our company and the regions where we’re established. We are committed to sharing our plans for continuing to positively impact our environment, our community, and our people.
The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation is excited to launch its Summer Virtual Cybersecurity and IT Externship Rotation. This is a structured two-week program containing a cohort of participants from across Arizona, including high school, community college, university students and veterans who will rotate through industry experiences provided by multiple and diverse businesses.
Paramium Technologies, a University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) startup, has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for $256,000 to conduct research and development (R&D) work on efficient manufacturing methods for radio antenna reflectors. Paramium’s innovative manufacturing solution unlocks rapid prototyping capabilities for antenna designers because it is faster and more versatile than traditional methods.