Updated November 27 at 6:26am
Information Technology
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Thirty years ago, Toray Industries, of Japan, founded Toray Plastics (America) Inc. in Rhode Island to grow its American presence for the company’s global brands. more
Atrion is holding a technology symposium in the fall designed for chief information officers, chief technology officers, information technology directors and department leaders. more
Cox Communications has appointed two new vice presidents for its Northeast region covering Connecticut, Ohio and Rhode Island: Debra Cornish and Chuck Stauffer. more
A Cybersecurity Summit was held recently at the U.S. Naval War College to discuss how Rhode Island can pay a role in this expanding industry as well as ways to protect entities from cyberattacks. more
International Game Technology PLC’s subsidiary, GTECH Corp., has signed contracts with the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission and Wisconsin Lottery. more
Cox WiFi Internet access is now available on Upper and Lower Thames streets for Cox high speed Internet customers, marking the second location in recent weeks to feature the service. more
President and CEO of Providence-based Scandia talks with Providence Business News about the Web-development company’s recent acquisition of Mindfly in Bellingham, Wash. more
The NanoSteel Co. has expanded its additive manufacturing (AM) material capabilities to support metal 3D printing of complex high hardness parts, as well as to customize properties layer-by-layer through gradient material design. more
Toray Plastics (America) Inc. is introducing a new product, LumiLid bio-based, dual-ovenable lidding films. more
Lawyer Ellen Marie Giblin is joining the team of cybersecurity professionals at the Pell Center at Salve Regina University. She will be a cybersecurity leadership adjunct fellow at the Pell Center. more
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