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    1. Boulder tech manufacturer acquired

      Boulder tech manufacturer acquired

      Tecomet Inc., a global contract manufacturer, on Monday purchased Mountainside Medical, a Boulder maker of medical device components and surgical devices. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Mountainside Medical employs 107 people. The company was formed in 2006. No job cuts are planned at Mountainside Medical, and the Tecomet aims to invest to expand the business in Boulder, a spokesman for Tecomet said. Mountainside Medical has grown to make instruments for minimally invasive surgeries as…

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    2. Layer3 TV turns on its 'new cable' service in its first market

      Layer3 TV turns on its 'new cable' service in its first market

      Layer3 TV, the secretive downtown Denver video technology company, has launched video service in its first major market, Chicago, and unveiled its TV channel lineup ahead of expansion into other big cities.

      The channel packages its offers, which makes Layer3 TV look a lot like the kind of cable TV it’s competing against, but it’s using technology to try to be more than that for consumers.

      Layer3 has agreements to sell the top channel lineups from the major cable and satellite TV programmers:…

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    3. Venaxis acquires Boulder biotech

      Venaxis acquires Boulder biotech

      Venaxis Inc., a Castle Rock medical device company, said it's acquired BiOptix Diagnostics Inc. of Boulder. Venaxis (Nasdaq: APPY) said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it's paying "627,010 shares of Venaxis common stock with an aggregate value of $1,950,000" for BiOptix. BiOptix uses technology developed by Dr. John 'Jan' Hall, a professor at the University of Colorado, who shared the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2005...

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    4. Denver mobile technology company acquired, plans to grow

      Denver mobile technology company acquired, plans to grow

      A New York City-based marketing technology company has acquired Denver-based Roximity, a small maker of tech that helps brands reach people when they’re inside stores.

      Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

      Roximity makes “beacons,” small pieces of hardware that retailers, restaurant owners and others put in stores, and the related software that can analyze the precise locations of smart phones being carried by consumers nearby.

      Roximity employs eight people in Denver. Verve’s ownership…

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    5. Colorado lawmakers hang up on telecom reforms

      Colorado lawmakers hang up on telecom reforms

      Expectations that the 2016 legislative session could produce big changes to telecommunications law in Colorado turned out to be misguided as bills watched by the industry failed or were gutted in the session’s final days.

      A bill that would have let rural counties exempt telecom providers’ broadband hardware purchases from sales taxes died in a legislative committee hours before the end of this year’s session Wednesday.

      It was one of many proposed tech-related measures to run aground in a…

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    6. Longmont electric motor firm gets another order from airplane tug maker

      Longmont electric motor firm gets another order from airplane tug maker

      UQM Technologies Inc. said it's gotten more orders for its electric motors from a Swedish firm that makes airplane tugs. Longmont-based UQM said Kalmar Motor AB in Sweden placed another order for UQM's PowerPhaseHD 220 electric motor/controller system used in Kalmar's TBL-50 towbarless airplane tug traction drives. "Kalmar Motor is seeing good market demand for the TBL-50 traction airplane tug and the reliability and performance of UQM’s electric drive systems," UQM said in a statement.

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    7. So long Atmel in Colorado Springs; hello Microchip

      So long Atmel in Colorado Springs; hello Microchip

      Atmel Corp., which has operated a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Colorado Springs since 1989, will pass into the history books Monday when it is acquired by Arizona-based Microchip Technology Inc. for $3.56 billion.

      Atmel shareholders on Friday overwhelmingly approved the transaction, which topped an earlier deal with London-based Dialog Semiconductor that the British company had declined to top.

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