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    1. New York-based tech company tripled its Fort Collins footprint

      New York-based tech company tripled its Fort Collins footprint

      A New York tech company has expanded its Fort Collins footprint, with a larger office and plans to hire more employees. Persistent Systems LLC tripled the size of its office at 5042 Technology Parkway in Fort Collins and plans to grow its employee size to at least 65 people, Adrien Robenhymer, vice president of business development, told BizWest. Persistent Systems makes technology in the mobile ad hoc networking technology space, which is also known as MANET.

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    2. Starry Scores $100M More for Wireless Broadband - Light Reading

      Starry Scores $100M More for Wireless Broadband - Light Reading

      Starry Inc. , a startup using millimeter wave spectrum to deliver wireless broadband service and attempt to shake up the consumer Internet access market, has salted away a $100 million "C" round as the company sets its sights on an ambitious market deployment plan. The latest round, disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing on July 3 , extends Starry's total funding beyond $163 million.

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    3. DISH Appoints Suma Nallapati Chief Digital Officer

      DISH Appoints Suma Nallapati Chief Digital Officer

      DISH today announced that it has appointed Suma Nallapati Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer reporting to DISH Chief Information Officer Atilla Tinic. Nallapati currently serves on Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper's cabinet as Secretary of Technology and State CIO. She will join DISH in mid-January when Colorado Governor-Elect Jared Polis assumes the office.

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    4. Is Denver a New Kind of Tech Town? Positively.

      Is Denver a New Kind of Tech Town? Positively.

      Tech Denver has long been the playground of craft brewers and the outdoorsy types, but thanks to a booming economy, growing metro area, and intelligent workforce, it’s now also a technology hotspot. Yet unlike Silicon Valley with its cut-throat reputation , Denver is a *different* kind of tech town: one that’s as supportive as it is smart, an idea as refreshing as the Rocky Mountain air. It’s no secret that Denver’s a peak business destination.

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    5. Global insight and analysis company DTN acquires Purdue ag precision startup

      Printer-friendly version MINNEAPOLIS and WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Officials from DTN, a global insight and analysis company, announced Friday (March 30) that the company has closed its acquisition of ag precision technology company Spensa Technologies Inc., in a strategic move to expand its global agricultural business and mobile presence.

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    6. Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      DENVER — Employment in Colorado’s technology industry increased by an estimated 6,530 jobs in 2017 and the industry’s contribution to the state’s economy climbed to more than $43 billion, according to an industry advocacy association. The association, CompTIA, said in a report this week that 2017 tech employment in Colorado grew by 2.3 percent, the 10th highest rate in the country. With 285,300 workers, Colorado ranks 15th among the 50 states and the District of Columbia in net tech employment.

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