Massive solar panel factories. Fertility treatments. Friendly robots. Meet the companies reshaping the technology business.
The owners of GlobalFoundries, which runs a computer microchip fabrication plant in Malta, Saratoga County, said Wednesday that its acquisition of IBM’s chip-making business allows it to take the lead in chip technology and manufacturing.
GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced that it has completed its acquisition of IBMâ€™s Microelectronics business.
With the acquisition, GLOBALFOUNDRIES gains differentiated technologies to enhance its product offerings in key growth markets, from mobility and Internet of Things (IoT) to Big Data and high-performance computing. The deal strengthens the companyâ€™s workforce, adding decades of experience and expertise in semiconductor development, device expertise, design, and manufacturing. And the addition of more than 16,000 patents and applications makes GLOBALFOUNDRIES the holder of one of the largest semiconductor patent portfolios in the world.
Discounted BJ’s Wholesale Membership Open Enrollment Period – July 1 to July 14 The Alumni Association is pleased to provide alumni, faculty, staff, and students with the opportunityÂ to take advantage of discountedÂ BJ’s Wholesale Club memberships. This open enrollment period begins … Continued
We will be replacing the main exterior electrical switches at 3 building locations in early July. Below is the planned schedule and what can be expected. Donovan Hall: Tuesday July 7 There will be short interruptions to normal power … Continued
Please visit our Faculty/Staff â€˜Donor of the Monthâ€™Â websiteÂ to participate in the 2014-2015 Faculty/Staff Campaign:Â www.sunypoly.edu/giving.annual_fund.facultystaffcampaign. Congratulations to our winners for the month of JulyÂ 2015:Â Jennifer Klimek-Yingling, John MadiaÂ and Linda Weber. You have won your choice of a reserved â€˜Donor of the Monthâ€™ … Continued
The Rome Sentinel has published a list of local students who recently graduated from SUNY Polytechnic Institute. The graduates were invited to take part in a May 9 Commencement ceremony held at the Wildcat Field House on the SUNY Poly Utica Campus.
I wanted to share with you an article published by the Times Union: Local startups look to tap into ‘wearable’ electronics market By Larry Rulison Published 7:43Â pm, Saturday, June 27, 2015 Albany The Capital Region’s fledging renewable energy … Continued
The Capital Region’s fledging renewable energy economy appeared to take a major hit back in January when General Electric Co. significantly dialed down production at its $170 million battery factory.
Communities that foster creativity and growth among their top minds will likely flourish. Robert Edgell, a professor of technology management at SUNY Polytechnic Institute, discusses the connection of creativity, innovation, and community.