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Sunday | via Digital Trends
Intel's most popular line of processors is by far Core and its enterprise brand Xeon, both of which are based on the same architecture. The company has something else up its sleeve, however - a massively parallel architecture known as Knight's Landing. Comment?
Thursday Mar 26 | via Pharmaceutical Processing
Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, has announced plans to invest more than $125 million for the expansion of its fill/finish facility in Hillsboro, Oregon. "This investment in our sterile production operations will result in the addition of up to 100 new skilled manufacturing jobs in the greater Portland area over the next five years, potentially bringing the total number of Genentech jobs in Oregon to over 500," said Larry Sanders, General Manager and Vice President, Hillsboro Technical Operations. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via BioSpace
March 26, 2015 By Mark Terry , BioSpace.com Breaking News Staff Genentech , based in South San Francisco, Calif., and a part of the Swiss-based Roche Group , announced today that it plans to expand its facility in Hillsboro, Ore. The company plans to invest more than $125 million in the expansion. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 24 | via OregonLive.com
A longtime reporter with local CBS affiliate KOIN 6 News has admitted to shoplifting food and merchandise from a Hillsboro Whole Foods late last year. Joel Iwanaga, 44, pleaded guilty to second-degree theft , a misdemeanor, in Washington County Circuit Court on Monday, according to court records. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via Finextra Research news
Chip maker Intel is the latest tech giant to investigate the potential of blockchain technology, advertising for a cryptographic researcher to work on decentralised ledgers. The jury may remain out on the potential of bitcoin as a currency, but the underlying blockchain technology has attracted interest from the central banks, the financial services establishment and tech titans. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via ThomasNet
The Sub-ngstrm Low Voltage Electron microscope should improve contrast and reduce damage on bio-molecules and two-dimensional nanomaterials, such as graphene. Hillsboro, Ore. Comment?
Sunday Mar 15 | via The Oregonian
Intel vice president Doug Fisher, an Oregon State grad, runs the chipmaker's software group from Hillsboro. "All I can do is ensure the stuff we really do really matters." Comment?
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