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SocialToaster plans to soon move into a new office at the Emerging Technology Center at Johns Hopkins Eastern.
Opower, the Arlington-based developer of energy management software, is the highest-ranked local company in the newly released Deloitte Technology Fast 500, an annual ranking of the fastest growing technology, media, telecom, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America.
Acentia, a Falls Church-based provider of technology and management consulting services to the federal government, said it has acquired Fredericksburg-based InSysCo, a provider of IT services focused on finance to federal clients.
SocialToaster could move into a new 3,000 SF office at the Emerging Technology Center at Johns Hopkins Eastern as early as next month, the Business Journal reported.
Mobile System 7, a leader in enterprise mobile security, announced today that they’ve been chosen as the winner of the 2013 NVTC Innovator Award for Mobility.
Millennial Media (NYSE:MM), the independent leader in mobile advertising, announced it has completed its acquisition of Jumptap.
Alexandria-based Columbia Capital has led a $23 million growth round in 2nd Watch Inc., a Seattle startup that helps its customers shift their IT operations to Amazon Web Services.
D.C.'s Encore is blazing trails in the social media analytics world. About a quarter of the way into their angel round of funding, Encore has already attracted great investors from the local area.
ITSolutions, an Acentia company ("Acentia"), today announced that it has been awarded a $27 million, 2.5 year contract from the Military Health System (MHS) Enterprise Infrastructure (EI) Directorate to provide innovative program management and technical support.
Bambeco, a Baltimore-based online retailer focused on eco-conscious home furnishings and décor, said on Monday it has raised $4.5 million in its first institutional round of funding, led by New Atlantic Ventures.