science + computing to resell Univa’s full product suite including Univa Grid Engine to leading manufacturers and research facilities in key European markets.
To streamline clinician-to-clinician communication both within the hospital and between the hospital and other healthcare facilities, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Ill., implements PerfectServe, a River Cities portfolio company.
EndoChoice’s Fuse system receives FDA 510(k) Clearance.
StepLeader Inc, an industry leader in mobile app development and advertising sales for local media and college sports, raised $4.4M in an investment led by River Cities Capital Funds.
Dr. Ron Young, a St. Vincent neurosurgeon, successfully utilized NICO Brainpath.
Simbionix agreement with Duke University to license surgical videos and other instructional materials.
Simbionix provides Cardiovascular Technology (CVT) programs with training simulators that deliver a virtual reality experience for their students. Valencia College in Orlando, FL, utilizes this technology in their Allied Health Department’s CVT program.
Voice-based marketing automation platform adds critical call tracking data piece to marketing analytics puzzle.
A lot of big data/Hadoop implementations are swimming against the currents of what recent history has taught about large scale computing, and the result is a significant amount of waste. So says Univa President and CEO Gary Tyreman, who claims that established HPC tools are more than capable of driving value where big data workloads are concerned. This is where Univa’s Grid Engine resource management software platform adds value for enterprises wading into the Hadoop pool. Univa is seeing new revenues (approx. 6% of their total in 2012) by enabling their customers to run Hadoop in a shared infrastructure model, which ultimately saves them significant dollars in infrastructure and support costs.
NineSigma has announced the launch of the Head Health Challenge on behalf of GE & the NFL. Partnering up to accelerate concussion research, diagnosis and treatment, the Head Health Initiative aims to develop new solutions to help diagnose mild traumatic brain injury. This initiative includes two components: a four-year $40 million research and development program to determine the key imaging biomarkers in the brain, and a two-year open innovation program to invest up to $20 million in research and technology to better understand and diagnose traumatic brain injury.