Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire
Safran wins $304m Army contract, Colby-Sawyer chooses FirstLight … and more
Safran Optics 1, Bedford, has been awarded a $304 million firm-fixed-price, multi-year U.S. Army contract for the Laser Target Locator Module II. The funding source and work location for the contract will be determined with each order. The Target Locator Module I is part of the Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder, a crew-served, man-portable, modular target locator and laser designation system.
Five hospitals in New Hampshire have been named to the list of “America’s Most Wired” hospitals in recognition of their adoption of information technology to enhance clinical performance. They are: Concord Hospital; Exeter Health Resources; New London Hospital; Valley Regional Hospital in Claremont; and Wentworth Douglass Hospital, Dover.
The hospitals were chosen based on a survey conducted between Jan. 15 and March 15.
Colby-Sawyer College, New London, has chosen FirstLight Fiber to upgrade its internet services to 1 Gbps, improve connectivity and enhance the college’s administrative services and academic resources.
Seabrook-based Superior Controls Inc., a control system integrator of custom industrial automation and IT solutions, has hired Kenneth Hackett as business development manager. Most recently, he served as an account manager for Massachusetts-based Electric Supply Center,.
Scribe Software, Manchester, has been named to Microsoft Dynamics’ 2016 President’s Club. The company was cited for its dedication to customer satisfaction through the delivery of innovative business solutions.