RightScale is taking over 26,000 square feet of space in downtown Santa Barbara.
Goleta-based startup Aurrion is working on silicon photonics integration.
The city of Ventura is showcasing some of its tools for fostering startups at a May 4 event.
Santa Barbara-based Superconductor Technologies has delivered samples of a wire that could change the way electric power is distributed in the United States.
After a short bidding flurry, Camarillo-based defense electronics firm AML Communications has been purchased by an Irvine chipmaker for $28 million.
Paso Robles-based software firm IQMS is embarking on a hiring spree as it expands its offerings.
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