*NEWS: Tech Company’s Innovation Facilitates Banking Services for Un-Banked and Under-Banked; Corent Technology Teams Up with Mifos Initiative…
An innovative initiative by Corent Technology, an Aliso Viejo tech company, is opening new possibilities for enterprise-oriented, open-source applications, by enabling them to be delivered via the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model from the cloud, without any programming.
A new company that hews to the philosophy that clothes should provide “effortless confidence” has launched: Karsan Clothing, with HQ in Costa Mesa.
A startup that developed an enterprise sensor network has raised $1.3 million in a Series A round. NotifAi, with HQ in Aliso Viejo, raised the funds in the round, (which is technically closed), after completing the six-month HAX accelerator
Obsidian Security, a computer and network security startup has raised $20 million in a Series B round, according to news reports first reported by Reuters on February 26.
A startup that specializes in fog computing – a process that reverses the traditional process of moving large amounts of data to a server, and instead brings computing power directly to where the data is generated – has introduced a
NEWS: Tech to Help Treat Kidney Failure Being Used at VA Hospitals. Avenu Medical Developed Minimally-Invasive Procedure…
A vascular procedure for patients with kidney failure was recently performed at a VA medical center, paving the way for the system used in the surgery to be used at other VA medical centers.
NEWS: Startup That Developed Pain Treatment Seeking $2 Million in Seed Round; Undergoing Due Diligence by Tech Coast Angels…
Chronic nerve pain affects more than 25 million patients in the U.S. Annually, more than 4 million of them seek therapy. Last year saw an estimated $11 billion spent on off-label medications and invasive procedures, which can be risky and result
NEWS: Startup With Tool for Employee Management Seeking $10 Million in Seed Round; Appoon Recently Moved Out of CSUF Incubator….
A company that grew and scaled in CSUF’s incubators has “graduated” and moved to its own space in Long Beach. Appoon – which developed a tool for collaboration and team management – also reached the milestone of obtaining 40,000 users. The