Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

SilverTech celebrates 25 years, Comcast launches new 5G mobile service for small businesses ... and more


Business As Usual

Comcast Business has launched its new wireless 5G mobile service for small businesses, called Comcast Business Mobile. The service offers Comcast Business Internet customers up to 10 lines with no line access fees and gives customers the freedom to build the best plan for their needs; even mixing and matching Comcast Business Mobile’s Unlimited Data and By The Gig data options across multiple lines. Comcast Business Mobile is available exclusively to Comcast Business Internet customers in all of Comcast Business’ service areas via


SilverTech, a digital marketing and web development agency with its principal headquarters located in Manchester, celebrates the 25th anniversary of their business this year. Starting in 1996 as a hosting provider and web development agency, SilverTech has added new service offerings including digital transformation, custom platform development and more, as well as an office in Indianapolis, Ind. The agency has worked with many organizations over its 25 years including Life is Good, CapitalOne, Miss America Organization, The State of New Hampshire and more. Despite economic fluctuations and the pandemic, SilverTech has continued to grow and acquire new clients including BankPlus, Prevea Health, Nova Scotia Power, American Dental Association and more.


TD Bank is seeking proposals for its 2021 TD Ready Challenge, which will give more than $7 million to organizations working on innovative, scalable and/or replicable solutions to students, particularly those of low-income, who experienced learning loss during the months of remote learning during the pandemic. Eligible organizations are invited to submit proposals outlining their innovative solutions to learning loss by Tuesday, Aug. 26.


Zeel, a New York-based technology platform for booking healthcare services to the home or office, is launching a message therapy network in the greater Manchester region. The platform is recruiting licensed massage therapists who are looking for flexibility in choosing appointments with their own schedule in mind. Since the launch of its very first app in the spring of 2012, the Zeel platform has successfully delivered more than 1.5 million in-home health and wellness appointments to patients and consumers across 40 states.


Senet, Inc., a Portsmouth provider of cloud-based software and services platforms that enable connectivity, is expanding the build out of its public network  across the Tampa Bay Metropolitan Region. The network will provide both broad outdoor coverage and indoor penetration, making Senet’s Tampa Bay Area public LoRaWAN network a connectivity choice for energy and utility, municipal, manufacturing and distribution, asset tracking and multi-location campus enterprise applications. Water and gas utility companies, for example, can implement additional infrastructure monitoring and safety applications such as leak detection, valve control and asset tracking.


William Metzger, a Hudson, New Hampshire resident, won a $1 million Powerball prize last week by playing the lottery on Jackpocket, the first officially licensed third-party lottery app in the U.S. With his win, Metzger becomes the first million dollar winner on the Jackpocket app in New Hampshire and the fifth-ever million dollar or more winner on the app. Jackpocket, which is available in 10 states, allows players to order official state lottery tickets from their phones.