Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Senet enhances its IoT Marketplace platform … and more
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In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, toured iCAD, Nashua, which develops cancer detection and therapy solutions for a variety of different cancers, including breast cancer. The company uses artificial intelligence technology to help healthcare providers more quickly and accurately detect breast cancer in patients. The senator praised the company for ‘doing innovative work to improve breast cancer detection and treatment. Their work is helping to transform our fight against cancer.’

Tech repair provider uBreakiFix has opened its newest location in Salem at 12 South Village Dr. The store offers repair services for smartphones, tablets, computers, game consoles, smart speakers, and drones, among other devices. uBreakiFix was founded in 2009 in Orlando, Fla., and now has more than 700 locations across the U.S. and Canada.

The Timken Company has released its 2020 corporate social responsibility report, detailing its efforts in meeting its goals. “Sustainability has been core to our products for more than 120 years, and we’re extending that same leadership to the way we view our responsibility as a global corporate citizen. CSR is a priority for all of us at Timken,” said Timken CEO Rich Kyle. Key focus areas include the company’s dedication to the growth of its global team of engineers and problem-solvers, its emphasis on renewable energy and other sustainable practices, as well as its commitment to ethics, governance, communities and STEM education worldwide. Timken is:

Laconia-based Orion Entrance Control Inc., a provider of building access technology solutions, has partnered with precision mechanical engineering firm Tansa Global to bring to market full-height turnstiles using Infinity software that the firm says provides real-time occupant counting data at entryways, perimeters, lobbies and elsewhere. Tansa Global’s full height-turnstiles secure many of most famous venues in the world, including the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the host stadiums of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar the 2016 FIFA World Cup in Japan.

The deadline is Nov. 1 for K-12 schools to apply for an educational grant from Consolidated Communications, which is offering technology-focused grants of up to $5,000 to schools in its service area. The Consolidated Connects educational grant program aims to benefit educational enrichment programs and projects that highlight creative student learning and utilize innovative technologies to support and advance learning. Additional information and complete program details and guidelines can be found at

The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives has announced that North Country Healthcare, Berlin, has earned a 2021 CHIME Digital Health Most Wired recognition as a certified level 8 on a scale of 1 to 10. Participating organizations received a customized benchmarking report, an overall score and scores for individual levels in eight segments: infrastructure; security; business/disaster recovery; administrative/supply chain; analytics/data management; interoperability/population health; patient engagement; and clinical quality/safety.

Senet Inc., Portsmouth, a provider of cloud-based software and services platforms that enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the Internet of Things has announced enhancements to its IoT Marketplace, which it said makes it easier for solution providers, system integrators, and application developers to identify IoT devices that meet the quality standards for commercial operation on LoRaWAN networks, which are key to IoT connectivity. To streamline and accelerate the qualification of a growing number of devices entering the market, Senet has implemented a new web-based product submission process. Senet is currently deployed in over 29 states, covering over 1,300 cities, serving a population of over 55 million people, and processing millions of transactions daily.

Red River Charitable Foundation, which supports veterans and students, has announced the recipients of its Jeff Sessions Memorial Scholarship. The foundation awarded a total of $50,000 to 10 individuals from across the United States who received of $5,000 each. They will use their scholarship to support their educational goals in the technology field. The scholarship program is open to active-duty and retired military personnel transitioning to a career in information technology To learn more about the Jeff Sessions Memorial Scholarship, visit.

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