Virtual Instruments' infrastructure monitoring system leads to savings of $2 a year for every $1 spent on it, according to its CEO.
Red Herring is proud to announce the Finalists for the 2010 Red Herring Global Award. The Red Herring editorial team selected the most innovative companies from a pool of 1200 companies from across the world - the Finalists from its Red Herring Asia, Europe and North America Awards. SANpulse Technologies was named a finalist - see more at http://bit.ly/emWt7r
SANpulse CEO Peter Mehta received honors as a finalist for the Ernst & Young New Jersey Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award. According to Ernst & Young LLP, this award program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate extraordinary success in the areas of innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. View video at http://bit.ly/dEInlU
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