NanoMuscle has expanded its operations in Asia, naming Hong Kong as its regional headquarters and establishing an engineering facility in the Pearl River Delta. The company plans to satisfy demand for its cutting-edge motor technology by focusing on the US$8.1 billion Hong Kong toy market; approximately half of the world’s toy exports originate from Hong Kong.
V-Secure Technologies will be present at the RSA Show, Moscone Center, San Francisco, February 24-26, 2004 Booth 105.
The Annual Symposium
On February 10th, 2004 Silicom Ventures held its third annual symposium. This year we focused on STORAGE. The event featured speakers and panelists from companies such as: Cisco Systems, IBM, Brocade, Intel Capital, Mayfield and Sequoia Capital.The event was in partnership with the Israeli consulate. Click here to see a some pictures from the event.
The next Silicom Ventures monthly meeting will take place on March 16th in the usual venue at KPMG. At the meeting we'll have professor Henry Chesbrough as a keynote speaker, two startup presentations, two short follow ups and a special offer by a entertainment fund of the actor Michael Douglas. As usual at the beginning we'll have about ten companies presenting at the poster session. For the complete program please visit http://www.silicomventures.com/next_meeting_3_16_04.htm
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