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Casa Systems Raises $78M in IPO

December 16, 2017
The Boston area’s second tech IPO of 2017 is in the books.Casa Systems raised $78 million in its initial public offering by selling 6 million shares of common stock for $13 per share. Source: Casa Read More

Corindus installs 1st surgical robot outside the US 

December 16, 2017
Corindus Vascular Robotics (OTC:CVRS) today touted the first commercial installation of its CorPath GRx robotic surgical system outside of the US. Source: Corindus touts 1st Corpath GRX system installation outside the US – The Robot Report Read More

Tom DeVesto makes music for his ears 

December 16, 2017
Tom DeVesto first made a business for himself selling records and tapes in Western North Carolina. He went on to run several consumer electronic companies, and now DeVesto is on to a new project. Source: Read More

Draper develops tiny implantable neurostimulator

December 15, 2017
Cambridge-based research lab Draper says it hopes to make a newly developed implantable electronic device available to researchers to study the effects on disorders ranging from epilepsy to Parkinson’s disease. Source: Cambridge’s Draper develops tiny Read More

Delphi plans nuTonomy Seaport tech center

December 13, 2017
In October, self-driving car startup nuTonomy Inc. found a new corporate home when Delphi Automotive bought it for up to $450 million. Soon, Boston-based nuTonomy will park itself inside a new physical home as well Read More

Romania signs deal to buy Patriot missiles

December 12, 2017
WASHINGTON — Romania announced it wanted to buy Raytheon-made Patriot air and missile defense systems from the U.S. government in April and has been on the fast track to getting those systems, signing an agreement Read More

Top Cities and Regions for Driverless Tech 

December 11, 2017
Whether you think self-driving cars are the stuff of science fiction or a potentially paradigm-shifting new form of transportation, autonomous vehicles are coming—and the companies developing them are spending big money to make it happen. Read More

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