San Jose site where huge industrial center is planned is bought

SAN JOSE — A San Jose site slated for a huge industrial development that could be suitable for a logistics or e-commerce company has been bought by a veteran real estate firm whose notable tenants include Amazon.

Once developed and completed, the modern industrial complex in south San Jose could attract tech, research, or manufacturing firms — or Amazon.

Duke Realty is the buyer of the property, according to Santa Clara County public documents filed on Dec. 2. The real estate firm also has submitted a proposal to San Jose planners for a complete redevelopment of the site.

The south San Jose property has addresses of 5853 and 5863 Rue Ferrari and at present contains two buildings totaling 286,300 square feet.

The new industrial complex would total 303,100 square feet, preliminary plans on file with the city show.

Acting through affiliate Duke Realty Rue Ferrari, Duke Realty paid $40.6 million

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Rider University receives $4 million gift to fund expansion of Science and Technology Center

The one-story addition will expand the size of the building to more than 79,000 sq. ft. and provide modern labs and classroom space for cybersecurity, anatomy and physiology, as well as an evolving program in software engineering. The $7.5 to $8 million project will support a new greenhouse, along with distinct areas meant to encourage collaboration and study.

“We’re particularly excited about this leadership gift for our Science and Technology Center expansion project,” says Rider President Gregory G. Dell‘Omo, Ph.D. “We’ve seen tremendous growth in our science majors and this construction project will provide us with an opportunity to introduce new, high demand majors.”

Hennessy met his wife, Patrice “Patti” Shelmet Hennessy ’82, at Rider when they were both students. Patti, who passed away in January after a long illness, graduated with a bachelor’s in office administration. Hennessy, who earned a bachelor’s in political science, is the founder and

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How Technology Can Make Calling A Contact Center Be Delightful

Head of marketing at Lightico. Proven business leader driving tech in enterprises. Born into Fortune 500s — now building tech companies.

When customers call a contact center, the last thing they expect is to be delighted. They brace themselves for complicated and annoying IVRs, multiple conversations with multiple agents and lengthy procedures. Unfortunately, this is what usually comes to pass. 

However, it’s not only the customer who pays the price for disjointed call center processes; the business itself loses out when that customer is forced to make repeat calls, listen to lengthy compliance scripts or read off payment information.

Delighting customers isn’t just a matter of good CX — it makes good business sense and helps boost common call center KPIs. Here, we’ll explore how call centers can improve efficiencies and streamline the end-to-end call center experience.

Hang Up On Long Call Center Waits And Painfully Slow Calls

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Ritter Communications announces opening of new technology center

JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) – Ritter Communications announced the opening of a new $8 million data technology center, and the announcement drew praise from Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

logo, company name: The new data technology center drew praise from Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

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The new data technology center drew praise from Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

According to a media release, the technology center is the first service provider-grade data center to serve northeast Arkansas and the businesses in the area.


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The multi-user data and storage technology center is the only one of its kind in the area.

Work on the center started in 2019, and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, crews completed the project on schedule.

“The new Ritter Communications Data Technology Center is a significant new contributor to economic development in Northeast Arkansas and the region,” Gov. Hutchinson said. “This world-class facility better serves Northeast Arkansas businesses as it provides them a top-tier data center option that is closer than Little

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CBAK and NEMTRI Founded R&D Center to Explore the R&D and Application of Solid-State Batteries

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DALIAN, China, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
DALIAN, China, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CBAK Energy Technology, Inc. (“CBAK Energy”, NASDAQ: CBAT), a world’s leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer and electric energy solution provider, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Dalian CBAK Energy Technology Co., LTD (“Dalian CBAK”, or the “Company”) signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Changxing Sino-Russian New Energy and Material Technology Research Institute (“NEMTRI”), and founded the Power Battery Technology R&D Center (the “R&D Center”). The two parties will expand cooperation in the fields of solid-state battery, quasi solid-state battery, and new high performance electrochemical functional materials.

Guided by the principles of “mutual complementary, benefits for both two parties, sincere cooperation, and common development”, Dalian CBAK will bring into full play of its advantages in new energy power battery manufacturing and customer resources,

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Rider Receives $4M To fund Expansion Of Science and Tech Center

LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ — Rider University received $4 million in leadership gift from alumnus Mike Hennessy, to expand the science and technology center. The announcement was made on Monday, when the university broke ground on a new wing at the science center.

The gift is the largest ever received at Rider for the sciences.

“This is such an impactful gift for Rider as it will provide for the continued growth of our programs in the sciences,” says Kelly Bidle, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

“This project underscores Rider’s commitment to providing students with the resources and training needed to pursue careers in high-demand fields. We are deeply grateful that it has gotten support at this level,” Bidle said.

The University plans to name the building the Mike and Patti Hennessy Science and Technology Center. The construction is scheduled to be completed January 2022.

Hennessy met his wife,

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Data Center Blade Server Market 2020 Emerging Trends, Technology and Demand – Cisco Systems Inc., SGI Corporation, Lenovo Group Limited, Dell Inc

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Dec 02, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Global Data Center Blade Server Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

The report will make detailed analysis mainly on in-depth research on the development environment, Market size, development trend, operation situation and future development trend of Data Center Blade Server Market on the basis of stating current situation of the industry in 2020.

This is a latest report, covering the current COVID-19 impact on the market. The pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected every aspect of life globally. This has brought along several changes in market conditions. The rapidly changing market scenario and initial and future assessment of the impact is covered in the report. It offers critical information pertaining to the current and future growth of the market.

Market Overview

The global Data Center

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Seattle U names $100M Center for Science and Innovation after Costco co-founder and wife

A rendering of the Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation at Seattle University. (EYP/Mithūn Image)

Seattle University has attached a name to the $100 million Center for Science and Innovation that it is building as a gateway to its campus. The building will be named for Jim and Janet Sinegal who have a long relationship with the university.

Jim Sinegal is the co-founder of Costco and has served as chair of the board and co-chair of the school’s $275 million Campaign for the Uncommon Good fundraising effort.

The Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation is scheduled to be completed in May and open for the start of the fall quarter, according to a university news release on Tuesday. Ground was broken on the 111,000-square-foot building in May 2019.

The five-story CSI will house the Biology, Chemistry and Computer Science departments and includes spaces named

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KBR Works with US Science Center on Next Gen Land Data Products via $300M Contract

HOUSTON, Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — KBR (NYSE: KBR) won a $300 million recompete for scientific, engineering and technical services for the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center. The center combines remotely sensed data and science to better understand how the Earth’s changing landscape impacts ecosystems, economics and everyday life.

EROS operates the Landsat satellite program and maintains the largest civilian collection of images of the Earth’s land surface in existence. This data serves those who work in agriculture, emergency response, intelligence, regional planning, education and research.

Under this cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, KBR will partner with USGS to analyze and assess changes to the Earth’s landscape. The company will perform satellite systems engineering, software development, cybersecurity, data storage, program management, network engineering, satellite data acquisition, and scientific research and application development for remote sensing data. KBR will primarily carry out these efforts in Sioux Falls, South

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Data Center Infrastructure Management Market Futuristic Comprehensive Insights Report [Forecast 2029] | CA Technology Inc, Emerson Electric Co

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Nov 28, 2020 ( via Comtex) —
A consciously conceived and designed business intelligence report titled Global Data Center Infrastructure Management market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type, and Application, Forecast to 2029 by discloses a succinct analysis of the regional spectrum, market size, and revenue forecast about the market. This report sheds light on the vital developments along with other events happening in the global Data Center Infrastructure Management market which is marking on the enlargement and opening doors for outlook growth in the coming years.

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