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    1. The 5 largest reported fundings in Colorado in May

      The 5 largest reported fundings in Colorado in May

      Investors: Kingston Technology, Phison Electronics Corporation, ABR Capital Management, and additional investments aggregated by DH Capital. Bio: Liqid is redefining how resources are used and managed within the data center by offering its customers an innovative solution to keep pace with the rapidly-changing IT landscape in real-time. News: There really isn’t much out there on Liqid, which is still in stealth. 4.

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    2. Avago to buy Broadcom for $37 billion; local impact unknown

      Avago to buy Broadcom for $37 billion; local impact unknown

      Avago Technologies, which has operations in Longmont and Fort Collins, said Thursday it will acquire fellow chipmaker Broadcom Corp. for $37 billion in cash and stock. Irvine, Calif.-based Broadcom, which makes wireless chips for smartphones and other devices, also has facilities in Fort Collins and Longmont. Avago's Fort Collins campus, with about 1,300 workers, is its largest after its Singapore headquarters and San Jose, Calif., locations.

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    3. Internet speed wars escalate in region

      Internet speed wars escalate in region

      City officials from the region say their explorations into creating municipal broadband utilities are moving forward despite recent announcements by Comcast and CenturyLink that the companies plan to significantly increase the speeds of their Internet services in Colorado. While Longmont is well into the build-out of its 1-gigabit network dubbed NextLight, Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado cities such as Boulder, Loveland, Fort Collins and Estes Park all are examining doing something similar.

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    4. ViaWest Names Bill Cory as Regional Vice President in Oregon/Pacific Northwest Market

      DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - May 28, 2015) - ViaWest, a leading hybrid colocation provider in North America, announces the addition of Bill Cory as the Regional Vice President of its Oregon/Pacific Northwest market. Mr. Cory will lead ViaWest's continued market expansion in the region and focus on enhancing the local customer experience, partner strategy, and cloud and managed services expansion. His immediate focus is to oversee the launch of the Brookwood Data Center in July 2015.

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    5. CA Technologies acquiring Boulder-based Rally Software for $480M

      CA Technologies acquiring Boulder-based Rally Software for $480M

      BOULDER – New York-based software firm CA Technologies ( ) announced Wednesday afternoon that it has inked a deal to acquire Boulder-based Rally Software Development Corp. for $480 million. The price works to about $19.50 per share for Rally ( ), a 44 percent premium on Wednesday’s closing price. Shares closed at $13.51 Wednesday but shot up to $19.22 per share in after-hours trading in the wake of CA’s announcement. CA shares remained flat.

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    6. Favor Rolls Out In Denver

      Favor Rolls Out In Denver

      Mobile delivery app developer Favor, which offers up an on-demand app which lets users get delivery of all kinds of items from local stores, has launched in Denver, the company said today. The venture backed startup, which has received funding from Tim Draper and Silverton Partners, said it will offer up on-demand delivery of items from 11am to 9pm, at a cost of $6 plus 5 percent of the cost of items delivered by the company.

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    7. DigitalGlobe, Saab AB partner to form 3-D imagery company Vricon

      LONGMONT — DigitalGlobe Inc. and Saab AB have partnered to form a company that will produce detailed 3-D images of the earth showing buildings, infrastructure and terrain. Each company will own 50 percent of , which will be based in Reston, Va. Longmont-based DigitalGlobe will provide its archives of earth images taken by high-resolution cameras from its constellation of satellites. Saab, a defense and security company based in Sweden, will provide the 3-D technology.

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    8. Anschultz's Bioscience 2 building construction wraps up

      Anschultz's Bioscience 2 building construction wraps up

      AURORA — In the halls of Bioscience 2, education, industry and medicine could align. The founders of a growing biotechnology firm could walk down two flights of stairs and brainstorm with students and faculty members. A surgeon from the neighboring University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus can present a case-study to bioengineering students, who then could deliberate, design and 3-D print a surgical device. Those interactions could start happening when CU begins its fall session.

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    9. Five Colorado Springs companies honored for technology work

      A company that uses sophisticated equipment to create molds for manufacturers and another firm whose expertise in data and engineering has been used by the Department of Defense were among several local businesses honored Friday during the annual Celebrate Technology awards ceremony in Colorado Springs. High Performance Engineering won the emerging venture award for using computer-aided design and manufacturing equipment to design and produce plastic molds for manufacturers.

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    10. Lafayette tech startup Liqid raises $5.7M seed round of funding

      LAFAYETTE – Stealth-mode technology startup Liqid Inc. stepped partially into the light this week, announcing that it has raised a $5.7 million round of seed funding that will be used to advance research and development and accelerate time to market. But so far the company, which is targeting the data storage industry, has said little about its products.

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    11. Tech Center office building sells for $76 million

      Tech Center office building sells for $76 million

      A Newport Beach, California-based real estate investment trust has purchased Village Center Station, a Class A office and retail building in the Denver Tech Center for $76.7 million. KBS Real Estate Investment Trust purchased the property, which is located near the intersection of Interstate 25 and Yosemite Street and is connected to the Arapahoe at Village Center Regional Transportation District light rail stop.

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    12. Comcast's 2 gigabit Internet service coming to Colorado this summer

      Comcast's 2 gigabit Internet service coming to Colorado this summer

      Comcast will unleash 2-gigabit-per-second Internet service to most Colorado customers this summer. Until then, you'll need to be content with 250 megabits per second, which becomes available Thursday for $150 a month. Comcast won't share the price for 2 gbps, which it calls Gigabit Pro, until service starts. But one site, DSLReports, spotted a $300 price online before Comcast pulled the pages. On Wednesday, Comcast's top speed in Denver was 150 mbps for $115 a month.

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    13. Woodward, GE in joint venture for aircraft fuel systems

      Woodward, GE in joint venture for aircraft fuel systems

      Colorado manufacturer Woodward Inc. says it has launched a joint venture with the aviation unit of General Electric Co. for fuel systems for GE's large commercial aircraft engine lines. The 50-50 joint venture "will design, develop, source, supply and service the fuel system, including components from the fuel inlet up to the fuel nozzle," for GE Aviation's GE90, GEnx and GE9X commercial engines and all future large commercial engines it develops, Fort Collins-based Woodward (Nasdaq: WWD) said in a statement. Woodward said will receive $250 million in cash from GE (NYSE: GE) as part of the joint venture ...

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    14. Recondo Technology adds two executives to its leadership team

      Recondo Technology adds two executives to its leadership team

      GREENWOOD VILLAGE --Recondo Technology, a leading provider of cloud-based revenue cycle connectivity and applications, announced two new executive appointments to its leadership team. Eldon Richards joins the company as chief technology officer from PatientPoint, where he led product development and technology teams across the enterprise as executive VP of product and technology.

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    15. Glowforge Gets $9M From Foundry, MakerBot Vets for Consumer Laser Cutter

      Glowforge Gets $9M From Foundry, MakerBot Vets for Consumer Laser Cutter

      If theres one Seattle-area startup making something I really want, Glowforge is it. The company just raised $9 million from Foundry Group, True Ventures, and leaders of 3D-printing company MakerBot to build a consumer-grade 3D laser printermore commonly known as a laser cutter and engraver. Co-founder and CEO Dan Shapiro said Glowforge aims to have its eponymous device for sale to the public by the end of the year at a price of less than $2,500.

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    16. Galvanize hires Gov's legal counsel Stephanie Donner

      Galvanize hires Gov's legal counsel Stephanie Donner

      “I wasn’t looking to leave the Governor’s cabinet, but Galvanize approached me and needed to move quickly based on the company’s rapid growth. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity. I have been with the Governor for 4 years and I will miss the Governor and his outstanding team,” Donner said. Before becoming Hickenlooper’s chief counsel, Donner worked for the governor in other legal positions, including advising the flood recovery effort that brought millions of dollars to recovering residents.

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    17. Special Aerospace Systems helps top Colorado companies get to space

      Special Aerospace Systems helps top Colorado companies get to space

      With the acquisition of Denver-based C&C Manufacturing, Boulder-based Special Aerospace Services (SAS) will add specialized production capabilities to its arsenal, which it soon hopes to apply to the realm of human spaceflight. SAS counts Colorado aerospace heavyweights United Launch Alliance, Sierra Nevada Space Systems and Lockheed Martin all of which work on projects that will take humans to space among their top clients.

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